Sketch-To-Scale™: Overcoming Challenges In Scaling Up Printed Sensor Production
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom F
15:20 - 15:40
The presentation will provide an overview of proven paths to improve time to market, cost of ownership and use experience in scaling up production of printed sensors for the Medical and Automotive markets. Beginning with material choice and available manufacturing schemes and concluding with proposed useable devices, we will explore available technologies and their governing design rules. We will review recent developments that enable finished products to improve user experience. Finally, we will provide examples of scalable IOT applications that meld the use of existing capital assets with the rapidly evolving industry options to deliver improved performance at a lower total cost of ownership.
Throughout her career, Ms. Kivuti has consistently pushed the envelope in developing elegant, technically enhanced, economically rewarding solutions for Materials and Flexible Printed Electronics, by leveraging innovation, design and automation. She and her team consistently lead the industry in differentiated solutions that meet the evolving marketplace needs in the IOT, medical, automotive, and wearable spaces.
Enid's previously worked at the HB Fuller company developing material composites for industrial and structural applications. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) School of Engineering.