Secure Advance Registration Rates Before June 3rd
June 27-29, 2022
San Jose, CA
Discover the future at the only event where the building block of IoT converge – sensors, processing, and connectivity
Sensors Expo & Conference got its start 37 years ago with a focus on sensor technology. Over the years it has expanded
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Learn about the theory behind aero-optics, and how we use it to understand fog/rain effects, sensor soiling, atmospheric aero-optics, and infrared signatures to optimize electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensors.
October 28, 2021
11 AM EDT / 4 PM BST / 8:30 PM IST
Whether in a car, a drone, or a hypersonic vehicle,… Read More
During the week of April 19th, Linley held its Spring Processor Conference 2021. The Linley Group has a reputation for putting on excellent conferences. And this year’s spring conference was no exception. There were a number of very informative talks from various companies updating the audience on the latest research and development… Read More
Ten years ago, earbuds might have seemed like a mundane product area with little room for exciting developments. Truly Wireless Stereo (TWS) has coincided with an avalanche of innovations that have moved earbuds from a simple transducer for creating sound into being a sophisticated device capable of accepting user commands … Read More
Postponement SEMI MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit in Grenoble
After consultation with our board, SEMI has made the decision to postpone the SEMI Europe MEMS & IMAGING SENSORS SUMMIT originally scheduled for June 22-24 at the World Trade Center WTC, Grenoble, France, out of an abundance of caution as the Novel Coronavirus… Read More
SEMICON WEST 2020 CELEBRATING 50 YEARS INNOVATION
SEMICON West is where the industry goes to keep up with developments in a world that is rapidly moving BEYOND SMART — and where it goes to find the information and resources it needs to keep the good times rolling.
WHY SEMICON WEST?
Three days of presentations with more than 80+ … Read More
We have all become so used to ‘smart’ things that perhaps in a way we have forgotten what it was like before many of the things we use day to day had sensors and microprocessors to help them respond to their environment. Cars are an excellent example. It used to be commonplace to run down your battery by leaving your lights on. Now cars … Read More
I think we’re all familiar with the cloud/edge debate on where intelligence should sit. In the beginning the edge devices were going to be dumb nodes with just enough smarts to ship all their data to the cloud where the real magic would happen – recognizing objects, trends, need for repair, etc. Then we realized that wasn’t the best… Read More
MEMS sensors play a huge role in intelligent systems these days. Mobile and IoT devices would essentially be blind if not for the rich variety of MEMS sensors integrated into them. The MEMS sensor market is growing rapidly, topping $10B in 2016 and slated to exceed $20B by 2020. MEMS is also growing in the RF market, where they are providing… Read More