Speakers from the world's largest organizations will share their needs and experiences with many world first announcements. Learn of the requirements and case studies from end users and hear all about the latest innovations from companies across the value chain. In total, hear insights from 250 speakers. Register now!
Zero Power Printed Wireless Sensor Tag For The Health Of Our Population And Planet
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom F
09:20 - 09:40
There are many challenges to commercializing sensors for distributed use in wearables and infrastructure. The sensor must make accurate, precise, and valid measurements over a long time period as well as be manufactured in a low cost high volume process and a low power and rugged package. These challenges are being met by combining the performance features of modern electrochemical sensing with advanced packaging by printed electronics manufacturing. Featured herein are several examples that have bridged the cost-performance gap and result in products to improve human health and the environment.
Joe received a Ph.D in Physical Chemistry from the University at Buffalo (SUNY) in 1975 and for more than 40 years, has been at the forefront of chemical sensor and associated technology as a leading researcher, entrepreneur, author, and educator. In his early career, Dr. Stetter developed patented electrochemical sensors, the first operational sensor-array based instrument (electronic nose), and the first electrochemical dosimeters for gas detection. Products he championed for personal protection and environmental monitoring saved lives, improved worker health, and promoted the well-being of people and the planet. As Professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Dr. Stetter taught both chemistry and entrepreneurship, while advancing the applications of nanotechnology in gas detection. Dr. Stetter has founded several technology-based sensor companies, received numerous awards for his work, and published hundreds of scientific papers. With over 50 patents, his work is the foundation of many sensor and gas detection products with some in for more than 25 years. At KWJ Engineering Inc. and with the founding of Spec Sensors, LLC, Dr. Stetter not only continues to innovate and develop products for the social good, but also mentors a new generation of engineers and scientists.
KWJ Engineering Inc performs research, engineering, and new product development as well as sales and service of gas detection products for industrial safety and for personal wellness including carbon monoxide, ozone, H2S, NOx, and other pollutants in portable, wearable, and fixed-site applications. KWJ instruments and modules are used in smart cities and homes and in IoT applications. Further, KWJ performs R&D and Engineering services to develop custom solutions for traditional and emerging needs. Our diverse team provides specialized skills in product engineering to get you to market with the right product in the shortest time. Partner company SPEC Sensors, LLC is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of gas sensor components for environmental health, safety, and air quality measurement. The companies have a unique collection of scientists and engineers from diverse disciplines who are working together to make cutting edge products for industrial and consumer markets.