the leader in market research and events on emerging technologies has announced the launch of a new event on sensors. The conference and exhibition will take place on November 18-19, 2015 in Santa Clara, CA.
"Sensors play a fundamental role in enabling new applications and markets. For example, smartphones keep adding new functionalities thanks to the increased number of sensors" said Guillaume Chansin, Senior Technology Analyst at IDTechEx. "Despite the maturity of many sensors available on the market today we still see a lot of innovation based on novel materials, device architecture and manufacturing processes".
Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, IDTechEx Sensors will bring together the most innovative technologies so that attendees can discover what sensors can do beyond their traditional applications.
Following the very successful format of previous years, IDTechEx Sensors will be co-located with 7 other conferences on relevant topics, such as Wearable Technology, Printed Electronics
, Energy Harvesting
and the Internet of Things
(IoT). With over 200 exhibitors and 3,000 attendees expected under one roof, this is the largest event dedicated to emerging technologies. Attendees will have access to all the co-located conference tracks and the combined exhibition.
Since 1999 IDTechEx
has been helping its customers profit from emerging technologies by providing independent market research, business intelligence and events on emerging technology. Clients use these insights to help make strategic business decisions to grow their organizations. IDTechEx is headquartered in Cambridge, UK with global offices in Boston, USA, Berlin, Germany and a regional office in Japan, supporting customers in over 80 countries. IDTechEx's PhD-educated subject matter experts and experienced industry leaders bring crucial insights into the world of 3D Printing, Printed Electronics
, IoT, Flexible & Wearable Technology, Energy Storage & Harvesting, Hybrid and Electric Vehicles as well as Electronic Materials and Devices by conducting primary research, on-site visits and interviews with customers, suppliers, eco-system partners and conducting global events that bring influential members of the industry together.