Sponsors & Exhibitor Companies
MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress 2018 - February 13-14, 2018
MEMS & Sensors Systems: Creating Sixth Senses
MSTC, now in its 14th year, is where the MEMS and sensors communities gather to focus and collaborate on solutions and industry-wide challenges in general and breakout sessions.The range of innovative new products incorporating MEMS and Sensor devices is rapidly growing. Applications are wide and varied from sensors for fully autonomous systems (including robotics, industrial and vehicle applications) and wearable devices to agricultural devices that measure sunlight, soil pH, and moisture content to products aimed at enhancing athletic performance such as golf, tennis, and basketball and the list goes on and on.
Presentations will focus on system level solutions incorporating MEMS and/or Sensor Devices, unique applications, and innovative technological or market solutions. Integration challenges and system level architecture decisions are driven by the particular use-case. Each application has unique requirements which may include power efficiency, computational capability, wireless interconnectivity, software algorithms as well as data collection, interpretation, and encryption. Speakers will elucidate these challenges and describe how to manage and successfully implement to essentially Create Sixth Senses towards total system solutions.
This year MSTC will be co-locating with 2018FLEX which will add more dimensions to the technical and business event. MSTC attendees will have the opportunity to attend talks at FLEX, and vice versa, as well as join in the networking events, raising the impact of both events.FLEX will continue to maximize your industry connections, bring you new and useful technology developments, and offer many opportunities to collaborate with industry and academic colleagues.
Stay tuned for more information in the coming months and see you at 2018FLEX & MSTC 2018!
For Exhibitor and Sponsorship information, contact Eric Rude at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 408.943.7047.
MSTC Speaker Selection Committee