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June 27-29, 2017
Exhibition Dates: June 28-29
McEnery Convention Center | San Jose, CA

Sensors Live Theater Schedule

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Wednesday, June 22nd 11:00 - 11:30 AM BSAC

Electrical Stiffness Temperature Compensation for Micromechanical Resonators

This session will cover how polysilicon µmechanical resonators utilizing a novel temperature-dependent electrical stiffness design technique to compensate for temperature-induced frequency shifts have been demonstrated with greatly reduced temperature coefficients (TCf’s) on the order of −0.24 ppm/K, which is 67 times smaller than exhibited by previous uncompensated resonators. With this new resonator design, Ozgurluk will cover how the total frequency excursion over a 300K to 380K range has been reduced from 1,280 ppm for an uncompensated device to only 18 ppm, which for the first time, is now small enough to erase lingering concerns regarding the temperature stability of MEMS-based resonators for use in communication applications.

Alper Ozgurluk | Researcher | Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center
Wednesday, June 22nd 11:45 - 12:15 PM
Micronor

Fiber Optic Microswitch Enables New MRI and Industrial Applications

This presentation unveils the Micronor MR386, the world’s first fiber optic micro switch, purposely designed to meet the challenging requirements of MRI and industrial applications. The non-electrical, totally-passive optical sensor provides high voltage isolation, EMI and RFI immunity, and operates interference-free over long distances. Available in two models, Industrial and MRI Safe, the MR386 covers a wide variety of needs from magnetic invisibility to inherent safety, instrumentation to switchgear, and laboratories to mines.

Robert Rickenbach | President & Chief Engineer | Micronor
Wednesday, June 22nd 12:30 -1:00 PM Servoflo Key Factors in Selecting a Pressure Sensor

This presentation is an introductory course on understanding pressure sensors available today. Focusing on board level and ceramic pressure sensors, the attendee will learn the most important factors when choosing pressure sensors. Perfect for those new to pressure sensors or for those who want to hear about the latest features being added to pressure sensors.

David Ezekiel | Vice President & Owner | ServoFlo
Wednesday, June 22nd 1:15 - 1:45 PM

STMicroelectronics

SensorTile – Wireless Sensor Node Platform for the IoT

This session will focus on algorithms for building contextual awareness for battery operated wearable applications such as activity recognition, gesture recognition, pose estimation, through fusion of sensor data. It will show how to jump start on a rapid fast prototyping with the STM32ODE ecosystem and how to port it on a form factor miniaturized embedded platform with ble communication, motion, environmental sensors and microphones.

Roberto Sannino | Sensor Platforms Manager - Central Lab | STMicroelectronics
Wednesday, June 22nd 2:00 - 2:30 PM RFMicron Smart Passive Sensing Delivers Mechanical Plant Insights

Keeping a modern mechanical plant running efficiently and with best-in-class up-time performance requires rich data to create insights and to identify issues before they undermine your operations. This often requires a complex and costly sensor network that can take a year or more to implement. New Smart Passive Sensing™ technology measures temperature, moisture and humidity to close the data gap. These simple, battery-free, sensor devices are designed for out-of-the-box installation and can provide data as soon as they’re installed. Improve efficiencies and find issues before they become problems, and then extend your system into a full IoT installation over time.

Alan Hansford | Vice President of Sales and Marketing | RFMicron, Inc.
Wednesday, June 22nd 2:45 - 3:15 PM Microgen Power to the Internet of Things

How do you power the billions and trillions of sensors disseminated as part of the Internet of Things? Learn how in this lively presentation!

Dr. Robert G. Andosca | CEO & Co-Founder | MicroGen Systems, Inc.
Wednesday, June 22nd 3:30 - 4:00 PM Exosite A Modern Platform Approach for Creating Smart Connected Products A recent report by Forrester indicates that more than 4 in 5 manufacturers say IoT will be the most strategic and important technology initiative this decade. With the emergence of smart connected products, it is becoming more important to integrate the data from those products with enterprise IT. Because IoT is an emerging digital ecosystem, it requires an integrative platform approach that meets near-term needs, yet is flexible enough to meet the long-term demands of the future. This presentation examines leading trends in modern IoT platform design and recommendations for building a lasting connected product foundation. Mark Benson | Chief Technology Officer | Exosite

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Thursday, June 23rd 10:15 - 10:45 AM   Ray Zinn Book Signing   Ray Zinn | Silicon Valley's Longest Serving CEO
Thursday, June 23rd 11:00 - 11:30 AM MEMS & Sensors Industry Group MEMS and Sensors of Today and TSensors of Tomorrow

For over 15 years, MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG) has been an advocate for MEMS and sensors across the global supply chain. Through working groups, global events, the TSensors enterprise, and educational content, MSIG and our nearly 200 member companies tackle commercialization issues of on-the-cusp as well as visionary MEMS and sensor applications. When you join MSIG, you plug into a complete network of peers, customers, colleagues and competitors to move your business forward. MSIG CSO, Steve Whalley, will discuss getting the most from MEMS and sensors products, the move from MEMS to hybrid to printed sensors, the TSensors initiative and progress, and will highlight several MSIG members doing innovative work in MEMS and sensors. 

Stephen Whalley | Chief Strategy Officer | MEMS & Sensors Industry Group
Thursday, June 23rd 11:45 - 12:15 PM STMicroelectronics

Time of Flight – Proximity/Ranging Device

This session will focus on Time-of-Flight technology and applications such as presence detection, gesture recognition, and many others. It will show how Time-of-Flight technology can bring you key differentiator features and help to build new interfaces.

Arnaud Deleule | America Application Manager - Imaging | STMicroelectronics
Thursday, June 23rd 12:30 - 1:30 PM Roger Grace Associates Future of Academia Panel

 

Roger Grace | President | Roger Grace Associates
Thursday, June 23rd 1:30 - 2:00 PM   University Awards & Sensors Design Challenge Awards

 

 
Thursday, June 23rd 2:15 - 2:45 PM isorg Information coming soon!