Paris - USI 2012 Session
More than Moore
Information technologies benefitted for 50 years from the doubling, every 18 months, of the calculation power of integrated circuits or Moore’s law. Semiconductor industry has grown up since a few years on a new dimension called More than Moore. It’s not enough anymore to treat information in a small and rapid way but we have to add new functionalities thanks to non electronic properties of the silicon and other materials.
More than Moore enables to build autonomous connected sensors. Massive use of those sensors opens new perspectives and considerable benefits in very varied fields such as health, transports and environment. Indeed, it provides a spatial and temporal resolution never envisaged and challenges in terms of infrastructures and exploitability of the data.
The presentation will develop those stakes and the different scenarii considered.
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