Wearable Technologies- Seamless Physical And Digital Integration (IDTechEx Sensors Europe 2016)

Dr Kimmo Solehmainen, Key Account Manager in the Sensing Technologies
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Finland
 

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Presentation Summary

This presentation gives an overview of VTT's offering and recent development in the field of wearable sensors. With unique experience, facilities, application know-how and partner networks VTT can create products that have the potential to disrupt existing value chains and markets.

Speaker Biography (Kimmo Solehmainen)

Kimmo has worked with VTT from 2001 onwards, in the fields of microelectronics fabrication technologies, printed electronics, and optical sensing. During his years with VTT, he has participated actively in public and private sector R&D and technology commercialisation activities both at a national and international level. Based on the research results in silicon photonics, he accomplished D.Sc. (Tech.) degree from the Helsinki University of Technology (nowadays Aalto University), Finland, in 2007. He has also headed research teams in organic electronics and optical measurement technologies. Currently, he is Key Account Manager for VTT's customers with their business in sensor technologies.

Company Profile (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland)

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VVTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is one of the leading research and technology organisations in Europe. We use our scientific and technological excellence to provide innovation services and develop smart technologies for our domestic and international customers and partners. We have strong offering on sensors, high frequency electronics, integrated silicon photonics and superconductivity based quantum technologies. Our contract manufacturing services include graphene processing and CMOS integration on 100-200 mm wafer platforms, IC design for graphene sensors and printed graphene electronics and fabrics.
 
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