Sensors Expo & Conference is the only industry event in North America exclusively focused on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. For more than 30 years, Sensors has brought technical innovation and thought leadership to engineers involved in the development and deployment of sensors and sensing systems. During this information packed, 3-day program, explore cutting-edge trends and applications through new products, technology pavilions, demos, and showcases of 300+ of the latest sensors. The featured technology displayed includes: Energy Harvesting & Power, Emerging Technologies, Flexible & Wearable Tech, IoT & Wireless, Measurement & Detection, MEMS & Sensors, Novel Sensor Applications, Optical Sensing & Detection, Sensors & Embedded Systems, and Sensor Data. Also featuring an Automotive & Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Conference focusing on the momentum in Sense Technology to improve Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, LiDAR, Cameras and more. This educational, information-packed Sensors & Connectivity week provides a commonplace where engineers innovate solutions.
Join us at the industry’s premier gathering of engineers to find the solutions for your present challenges while exploring sensing technologies that are driving tomorrow’s solutions.
Get this special offer for subscribers/members to attend Sensors Expo 2018: Use code EIA100 for $100 off Gold & Main Conference Passes or a FREE Expo Hall Pass in advance. Visit www.sensorsexpo.com to register today and for the latest information on the 2018 event.
Director of Science
Sensor-Driven 3D Computer Vision and the Future of Human-Machine Interactions
Computer vision is enabling many of the world’s most exciting new technologies, such as autonomous vehicles and robots, AI, and a wide range of IoT-centric applications. And advanced sensing capabilities are key to the continued development of these vision-enabled systems. This keynote will examine how sensors are being exploited in mixed and augmented reality applications, including 3D modeling, image and video analysis, gesture recognition, scene understanding, and power-efficient embedded computing. Join us as Marc discusses the use of these technologies in the development of Microsoft’s groundbreaking HoloLens and shares his vision on the future of information access and machine-enabled human interaction.
NASA Ames Research Center
The Search for Life in Our Solar System: Opportunities for Sensor Development
This keynote examines innovative concepts and technologies aimed at the search for life in our solar system. Repeated cycles of freezing and melting water have occurred throughout Mars’ history and represent a potentially habitable environment to search for modern life. This keynote also examines other potentially habitable environments in our solar system - the icy satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. Recent missions have provided strong evidence of liquid water interiors on Jupiter’s moon Europa and Saturn’s moon Enceladus. The ice-covered ocean environments have all the requirements needed to support modern life, although it is not known whether life can originate in such environments. The only mission to ever search for modern life on another planet was the two Viking missions that landed on Mars in 1976 and since that time, progress on developing sensor technology and mission strategy to search for modern life has been limited. Join us as Carol examines the recent surge of interest in detecting life in our solar system and the new sensor systems and approaches needed to move the research forward.