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We're all about sensors

The Sensors Conference provides expert training for technical professionals who design with sensors, sensor systems and sensor applications who want to get ahead of the curve. And stay there.

With nine new tracks and five, full-day Symposia, the Sensors Conference focuses on current and emerging trends such as AI and Machine Learning and new approaches to evergreen challenges like power management and sensor interfaces.

The Sensors Conference Program offers 65+ dynamic educational sessions and panels across 9 all-new tracks, presented by industry and subject matter experts from top companies including Intel, Google, Samsung, Cisco, U.S. Olympic Committee, Tesla, and more.

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Conference Tracks

The Sensors Conference Program features nine tracks:

Advanced Technologies

Advanced Technologies

Industrial & Manufacturing

Industrial & Manufacturing

IoT & Connectivity

IoT & Connectivity

MEMS

MEMS

Robotics

Robotics & Drones

Security & Privacy

Security & Privacy

Smart Buildings & Cities

Smart Buildings & Cities

Standards

Standards

Systems Design

Systems Design

Track Descriptions

Advanced Technologies
From new sensor materials to AI, Machine Learning, and Augmented Reality, this track looks at where these emerging technologies are in their development and some of the coolest real-world applications under investigation today. View Advanced Technologies sessions >>

Industrial & Manufacturing
This track takes a deep dive into industrial sensors and sensor systems—from the use of advanced sensors to optimize production to the sticky task of integrating new technologies into legacy systems. View Industrial & Manufacturing sessions >>

IoT & Connectivity
This deep dive into connected sensor and sensor systems explores the challenges of IoT and wireless applications, the status of new and emerging technologies, and some real-world applications happening now. View IoT & Connectivity sessions >>

MEMS
MEMS devices and sensors are found in an increasing range of applications and industry sectors. This track covers the latest market trends and some fascinating new applications. View MEMS sessions >>

Robotics & Drones
Autonomous devices like robots and drones have intricate requirements for sensors. This track examines some of the design considerations and highlights some of the coolest real-world applications. View Robotics & Drones sessions >>

Security & Privacy
Cyber-security is increasingly a concern with sensor and sensor systems, especially for devices connected to the IoT. This track looks at the newest technologies and strategies for keeping the bad guys out. View Security & Privacy sessions >>

Smart Buildings & Cities
Sensors will play a key role in the cities and buildings of the future. From HVAC systems to traffic management, this track explores some of the emerging sensor applications that will drive city planning of the future. View Smart Building & Cities sessions >>

Standards
Industry standards are an important component in setting expectations for sensor performance, reliability, and functionality. This track covers new and emerging standards for IoT, smart sensors, and sensor interfaces. View Standards sessions >>

Systems Design
In this track, engineers will get insights and advice on how to manage the myriad decisions and trade-offs in sensor systems design, including managing interfaces and hardware selection, and a deep dive into some real-world applications. View Systems Design sessions >>