Sensor Solutions International
Sensor technology is evolving consistently and is an integral part of all the major industries. Sensor systems and electronic instrumentations are highest growing segments in the semiconductor market. The future of the global sensor market looks bright, with opportunities in the industrial, healthcare, consumer electronics, automotive, and aerospace/defence industries.
The rising demand for sensors and key drivers for this robust market growth include technological evolutions, the growing adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), growing usage of sensors in smartphones, strong demand in the automation industry (Industry 4.0), growth in the automotive industry, increasing demand for wearables, increased use of image sensors in applications like cameras, increased use of fingerprint sensors for various purposes and miniaturization of sensors.
Sensor Solutions International is a two-day, high tech event where attendees will gain an up-to-date overview of the of the global sensor industry, from 30+ key stake holders. In addition delegates will enjoy unique networking opportunities to meet other key players within this community. Attend SSI and understand the opportunity for your company.
- Product development managers/engineers
- Business development managers/directors
- Applications field engineers / Field applications support techs
- Product marketing managers/directors
- Manufacturing managers/engineers
- Market analysts
- Systems integrators
- Chief technology officer
- Quality assurance / metrology / warranty engineers
Seven IN-DEPTH TOPICS
The presentations will be based around ten topics which collectively provide complete coverage of the high-end sensor market.
- Transport – ADAS, EV and autonomous vehicle platforms
- IIoT – Leading industrial and consumer (IoT) strategies
- Health – SoCs for diagnoses and wellbeing
- Energy – Powering advanced systems
- Flight – Aviation and aerospace frontiers
- Imaging – Detection, identification and ranging
- Data – Effective acquisition, access and analysis