About Sensors Innovation Summit: Fall Edition

The US Smart Sensors Market is expected to grow over 18% in the next couple of years, driven by the growing demand of energy-saving devices and the developing technologies making it all possible.  The Sensors Innovation Summit will return this fall with a 2-day program; focusing and reviewing the state of the sensor industry, its lingering hurdles and the next-generation technologies that are making the greatest impact in certain verticals.  Thought leaders in the sensors market will dive into the use cases of AI in manufacturing, the application to fully transform the autonomous transport future and explore the key challenges with standardization and cost.  Register for free to get the latest on the sensors market and stay ahead of the next tech wave.

AGENDA
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30

11:00AM-12:15PM ET:

STATE OF THE INDUSTRY: THE ERA OF SENSORS

11:00AM-11:15AM: Keynote
11:15AM-11:30AM: Keynote
11:30AM-12:15PM: Panel Discussion

The industry for sensors is flourishing with the advent of innovative sensors. The global market is projected to reach $345 billion by 2028. However, to maximize its full potential, there are lingering challenges to the industry relating to standardization, cost, size and power demand. During this session, industry experts will tackle some of the key concerns around how standardization can help advance development and performance. Will the newly released A-PHY v1.1 standard be widely adopted in the automotive industry and beyond? How will the Chip Act impact chipmakers and lower costs? With the increasing demand of every type of sensor, what will energy consumption models look like?

AGENDA
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1

11:00AM-12:00PM ET:

THE NEXT WAVE OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY: TRENDS & WHAT’S TO COME 

11:00AM-11:15AM: Keynote
11:15AM-12:00PM: Panel Discussion

Sensor technologies have enabled extraordinary new functionality to smart devices and systems, from medical devices to automotive interface architectures. The sensor market has expanded exponentially as connectivity capabilities have increasingly influenced the design of new smart products in nearly every market segment. Thus, the need for more compact, lightweight, accurate, and reliable sensors becomes increasingly vital to market. During this session, thought leaders will dive into the future of sensor technology, including what new type of sensor is on the horizon, innovation trends in low power, miniaturization, and sensor fusion, the commercialization of ultra-wideband technology and the technical hurdles related to materials and design needed to be solved to make future products.

AGENDA
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1

1:15PM-2:15PM ET:

AUTONOMOUS MOBILITY: THE VISION FOR A FULLY AUTONOMOUS TRANSPORT FUTURE

1:15PM-1:30PM: Keynote
1:30PM-2:15PM: Panel Discussion

The world of mobility is going through a significant transformation. From robotaxis, shuttles to trucking and personal vehicles, autonomous transport has the potential to unlock critical challenges associated with mobility systems of towns and cities. According to the Robot Report, the autonomous vehicle industry could grow to $668 billion by 2026. Early robotaxi services are already available in select markets, 60 plus trucking companies have invested millions into development and more than 25 legacy and start-up car manufacturers will deploy fully autonomous vehicles in the next two to three years. Still, the road to at-scale commercialization remains challenging. What uncertainties are shaping the market? what enablers will contribute to their widespread adoption? And what sensor technologies will be critical on the road to autonomy?