The IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara scheduled for 18 & 19 November 2020 has been cancelled due to Covid-19.
If you have registered for the event, please contact us at email@example.com for further details.
November 18-19, 2020, Santa Clara. The conference and exhibition enabling the commercialisation of disruptive sensor technologies. This event will bring together material suppliers, component providers, sensor manufacturers and end users. With a program selected by analysts and industry experts, Sensors USA is the place to find the technologies and business partners to create the most innovative products.
Sensor Trends Covered
Organic and quantum dot image sensing: Materials innovation, solution processing and patterning and hybrid integration to enable sensor enhancements or new applications. Innovations here are enabling novel sensors, creating thin, large-area, and robust
Ubiquitous gas sensors: A step-change in the cost, size, sensitivity, and selectivity of gas sensors is taking place which will expand the market for gas sensors. Innovations include novel materials, new production methods including printing or hybrid on-wafer integration, and new ways to analyse and use the data.
Innovations in biosensors: The use of printing is common in biosensors. Examples are as diverse as glucose test strips to inkjet-printed DNA microarrays. Here, the key trends in biosensors intersecting with printed electronics, continuous monitoring, and wearable technology/skin patches are highlighted.
Wearable sensors and skin patches: The change in sensor form factor has opened vast new opportunities in wellness, sports, and medical applications. Innovations here are enabling new easy-to-wear designs, continuous patient monitoring, and patient-centric data analytics.
Flexible, printed, and/or large-area sensors: New form factors of electronics (such as flexible and stretchable electronics) allows new design freedoms of sensors, creating new market opportunities.
RFID sensors: RFID is one of the lowest cost and highest volume electronic products sold. Beyond identification only, RFID tags increasingly are incorporating sensor platforms in novel ways. The options are covered at this event.
Learn about and see the diverse range of sensor innovations and their applications.
The following topics will be covered at Sensors USA 2020:
Transparent conductive films
Silver, copper, carbon conductive inks
Substrates: PET, PEN, paper and others
Printable sensor materials
Electronic skin patches
Flexible and printed sensors
Heart rate monitoring
3D touch sensors
Sensor electronics and power
Human Machine Interfaces
Supply chain and logistics monitoring
"For our high-tech start-up taking part in the Wearable Technology event, was a "catalytic" experience. Not only did we win the "Best New Wearable Technology Device - award, we also were barely capable of coping with the overwhelming interest of top level quality contacts at our stand"
"Exhibiting at Wearable Technology event was a fantastic experience for Ohmatex. We were inundated with visitors to our stand throughout the two days, generating many high quality leads. The event was a great exercise in raising the profile of Ohmatex's expertise in integrating sensors & electronics into textiles."
"Congratulations on this year's event; it was one of, if not the best, organised conferences I have come across. A very well run conference."
"Without a doubt my favourite conference of the year!"
Sensors USA is co-located with seven synergistic events, creating the IDTechEx Show! Access all sessions with your conference pass – over 280 speakers in total. Each of the events are full two-day executive conferences, co-located with a common exhibition.
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