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Sensors Converge 2023
June 20, 2023 - June 22, 2023
Covering the entire design cycle from components to system solutions
Discover the future at the only event where the building blocks of IoT converge – sensors, processing, and connectivity. Join the sensors and electronics community this June 20-22 at the ONLY event covering the biggest design engineering trends. From enabling innovation, to process design & control development, to transforming markets, Sensors Converge covers technologies and applications that can help you design smarter systems/IoT devices in a sustainable economy.
Registration is open and available here!
2023 Promises to Be a Sensational Year!
Looking for the ultimate experience of education, networking, and training? We’ve got the sensors, embedded and electronics community covered!
Keynote: Optimizing Performance: AI in Mission-Critical Cyber-Physical Systems
Dr. Elena Fersman, VP, Head of Global AI Accelerator, Ericsson and Adjunct Professor of Cyber-Physical Systems, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
In the cyber-physical continuum, efficient interplay of sensors, actuators, network and computing is becoming increasingly critical. As complexity of such systems grows, humans need to be able to rely on autonomous intelligent features more and more, and not only expect maximum performance given limited resources, but also adherence to trustworthy principles such as safety, explainability, security and privacy. In this talk, we will discuss how artificial intelligence can be used to optimize performance of cyber-physical systems while guaranteeing their mission-critical properties.
Keynote: Sensors: Saving Lives, Enabling Sustainability
Dr. Christian Peters, Director Smart Sensors & Hardware Systems, Robert Bosch LLC | Bosch Center for AI
Sensors are omnipresent in our daily lives and enable many comfort functions we don’t want to miss anymore. However, sensors not only make our life more comfortable, they also have a tremendous impact on helping save lives. This keynote will reflect on the importance of sensors as lifesavers and, looking forward, also projects the rising demand for sensors as a critical element to enable sustainability.