October 13, 2020
The MEMS and Sensors Executive Conference is designed for senior executives across the MEMS and sensors supply chain and adjacent industries.
Join us online for Session 4—
Emerging Technologies & Manufacturing Trends
8:00 am - 10:30 am
Online, Pacific Time,
The Next Wave of Sensorization: Solving Our Shared Challenges
Industry economic, business updates will be covered from different aspects of the ecosystem, together with forward-looking strategic and technology trends. The opportunities and challenges brought about by key technologies and markets in the areas of medical, sensors for entertainment and augmented reality, virtual reality, environmental, food/agriculture, ultrasonic applications, and wearable devices will be explored. The growth in existing and emerging MEMS and sensors markets, together with the resulting new components, software, and systems needs, will also be discussed.
Take advantage of MSEC 2020 as a Virtual Event. Although we will not meet in person this year, it may be the only time you'll get this amazing content at a fraction of the cost.
- SAVE $1,500+ attending the Virtual Event. Registration is only $199 Member / $299 Non-Member.
- HEAR industry experts and connect virtually with executives in the comfort of your office or home.
- ACCESS the presentations On-Demand 24/7 until November 15, 2020.
- MINUS all the travel time and expenses!
Key Session Topics
- October 6 » Session 1—Sensors for Entertainment & Augmented Reality
- October 7 » Session 2—Emerging Business Strategies
- October 8 » Session 3—Business Strategies & Opportunities in 2020
- October 13 » Session 4—Emerging Technologies & Manufacturing Trends
- October 14 » Session 5—Product Showdown: Ultrasonic Transducers
- October 15 » Session 6—Market Trends
Join [LIVE] at 8-10:30am PDT from October 6-8 and 13-15, 2020 to watch all presentations.
Most are available On-Demand. Some are only available during [LIVE] stream (e.g. Disney Keynote).
Who Should Attend?
CEO ● Chairmen ● Presidents ● Senior Executives ● Executive Vice Presidents ● CTO ● Startup Founders ● Financial Analysts ● Market Researchers ● Consulting Firms
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 | MSEC Session 4—Emerging Technologies & Manufacturing Trends
Miniaturized and Integrated Gas Sensors Enabling Adoption at Scale to Monitor and Improve Air Quality in Indoor Spaces
Indoor air quality is essential for human well-being, and the concentration of various gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) is a good indicator of it. However, today's state of the art CO2 sensor solutions are bulky, limiting their adoption at scale. Thanks to the advancement in technology, the Photo Acoustic Principle (PAS) can be miniaturized and be used to detect gas concentrations at ppm level. A new era of smaller gas sensors will enable the scalability of numerous use-cases that impact our quality of life in indoor spaces, ranging from more efficient ventilation systems to even reducing the risk of COVID-19 transmission. To facilitate the adoption of this new technology, complete system solutions are being requested by device manufacturers to quickly deploy the sensors for optimal interoperation of distributed systems.
TinyML: Massive Opportunity When Machine Intelligence Meets the Real World of Billions of Sensors
Recent progress in computing hardware, machine learning algorithms and networks and availability of large datasets for model training have created a strong momentum in development and wide deployment of game changing AI applications. Intelligent devices with human-like senses have enabled a variety of new use cases and applications transforming the way we interact with each other and our surroundings. Dedicated hardware becomes tiny and very energy efficient (with mW or less power consumption), algorithms and models - smaller (down to 10s of kB of memory requirements), software – lighter down to deployment on deeply embedded platforms. This enormous technology innovative wave and fast growing tinyML ecosystem create a strong momentum towards new applications and business opportunities. On the other side of the physical world spectrum, MEMS and other sensors are becoming more sophisticated, sense a variety of modalities (vision, sound, environmental, motion/vibrations, etc.) and are being deployed in billions every day. The “collision” of these two powerful driving forces, tinyML and tiny smart sensors, establishes a unique opportunity for edge computing and on-device analytics that will be happening everywhere and anytime. As an end result, this will create a better, healthier and more sustainable environment for all.
This presentation will review the state-of-the-art of tinyML (including hardware, algorithmic and software framework aspects), describe some practical examples of technologies and products pioneered at Qualcomm and else, and discusses near-term trends and opportunities, as well as call to actions.
Networking with Sponsors
Berkeley Lights: MEMS Technology to Enable a Scalable and Sustainable Cell-Based Future
Berkeley Lights is a leading Digital Cell Biology company focused on enabling and accelerating the rapid development and commercialization of biotherapeutics and other cell-based products. The Berkeley Lights Platform captures deep phenotypic, functional, and genotypic information for thousands of single cells in parallel and can also deliver the live biology customers desire in the form of the best cells. This is a new way to capture and interpret the qualitative language of biology and translate it into single-cell specific digital information, referred to as Digital Cell Biology. We currently focus on enabling the large and rapidly growing markets of antibody therapeutics, cell therapy and synthetic biology with our platform. Our goal is to establish the Berkeley Lights Platform as the standard throughout the cell-based product value chain by increasing the probability of successful product development for our customers.
Since early February when COVID-19 became more prevalent, Berkeley Lights Inc. prioritized helping its customers who are actively involved in finding a cure for COVID-19. With the Berkeley Lights Platform, our customers can execute our workflows at early time points, to provide one of the fastest paths to functionally validated antibodies. Although the spike protein isn’t a particularly hard target to find antibodies for, sometimes being fast and finding the best cells matters.
The time is now to think ahead and invest in solutions, putting the technology and systems in place that are ready to fight the next virus wherever it appears before it becomes a pandemic. We believe that the speed and ability to respond to emerging pathogens can be dramatically improved by deploying our solution globally, to recover antibodies directly from recovering patients from the initial outbreak for rapid development into therapeutics or to accelerate the development of vaccines.
Networking with Sponsors
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Cancellations received on or before September 21, 2020 will be fully refunded (less $30 cancellation fee).
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