About Sensors Innovation Week: Winter Edition

Sensors Innovation Week: Winter Edition, a 3-day virtual event, will host a gathering of engineers, designers, and technology influencers hungry to learn, understand, and conquer design challenges. This virtual event will feature engaging keynote presentations, interviews, panel discussions, and tech talks covering the latest applications and trends in the world of sensors, IoT, connectivity, and electronic devices.

Registration is available here!

AGENDA
MONDAY, DECEMBER 13

11:00AM-12:30PM ET:

THE FUTURE OF CONNECTED DEVICES: MULTI-SENSOR FUSION AND INTEGRATION

As advancements in hardware, IoT software, and computing power generate more advanced sensor fusion technology, industries like automotive, environmental, industrial, and others have more capabilities than ever. But with a variety of different approaches, establishing the right setup and algorithm for the most complete and accurate conceptualization can be challenging. What are some of the latest innovations in multi-sensor applications? How is sensor fusion enabling IoT and AI in different industries?

11:00AM-11:15AM: Editorial Keynote
11:15AM-11:30AM: Partner Keynote with Sensirion's Vincent Hess
11:30AM-11:45AM: Tech Talk
11:45AM-12:30PM: Panel Discussion

12:30PM-1:30PM ET:

HONEYWELL & SAGER PARTNER SESSION: SENSING SOLUTIONS FOR ENERGY CONVERSATION APPLICATIONS

In today’s dynamic environment, energy conservation has become a key trend as many of today’s OEMs are looking for the most cost-effective solutions for their applications. In this webinar, Margaret Power and Derek Chung will present how Honeywell’s sensor technologies are in line with the needs of today by offering their customers a cost competitive solution that brings efficiency and precision at the forefront of its applications. There will be an in-depth discussion on the value provided by the Honeywell MIP Series addressing several different applications in various industries.

AGENDA
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14

11:00AM-12:45PM ET:
SENSORS AND INSTRUMENTATION: ADVANCEMENTS IN TEST & MEASUREMENT METHODS

With the increasing demand for automation and connectivity across trades, the market for test and measurement equipment is expected to skyrocket in the next 5-10 years. As more players enter the field, functionality is moving to digital, network-based clouds, with which manufacturers can increase bandwidth and scale production. The expanding integration of connectivity in sectors like automotive, aerospace, and industrial IoT is boosting the demand for the amount of instruments needed and types of measurements needed. But with the increased dependability put on these devices, the accuracy and speed must be exceptional to keep up with competitors. So how are companies using T&M techniques What are some strategies for calibration, power management & analyzers, and data acquisition? How can instrument manufacturers, networks, and services create cost-effective options to support small businesses or new use cases?

11:00AM-11:15AM: Editorial Keynote
11:15AM-11:30AM: Partner Keynote with Rohde & Schwarz's Mike Schnecker
11:30AM-11:45AM: Tech Talk
11:45AM-12:45PM: Zoom Networking Party: Meet the Speakers

AGENDA

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15

11:00AM-12:30PM ET:

INNOVATION AND EMERGING APPLICATIONS: AGRICULTURE, ENERGY, HEALTHCARE, INDUSTRIAL, SPACE, BLOCKCHAIN, AND BEYOND

The expansion and availability of IoT technologies has given even the least technologically advanced fields an easy way to gather immense amounts of data, increasing efficiency and cutting costs. Between the emergence of smart sensors on farms to the combination of IoT with blockchain, the boundaries seem limitless. What are some of the most innovative ways industries are applying these technologies? How are sensors and IoT playing a role in factories, hospitals, farms, buildings, and blockchain security? Which industries are going to adopt these technologies next that haven’t already?

11:00AM-11:15AM: Editorial Keynote
11:15AM-11:45AM: Editorial Session: From Battery-Free Bluetooth to Sensing and Automation for Everyday Things 
11:45AM-12:30PM: Panel Discussion