MEMS & Sensor Technologies at Sensors Expo 2018

MEMS devices have been part of the sensors arena for many years, growing slowly and gathering greater acceptance and deployment. Advances are frequent in the MEMS market and to keep up with them Sensors Expo & Conference West, 2018 offers a comprehensive set of educational resources.

MEMS and Sensor Technology

The Pre-Conference Symposium 1, titled MEMS and Sensor Technologies Coming to an IoT Solution Near You, sees top experts in the MEMS arena addressing key topics. Smart homes, fertile territory for MEMS technology, are progressing rapidly, and Omar Abed, President, and CEO of Silicon Microstructures will discuss MEMS pressure sensors for a smarter home.

In the smart home, sensors find greater use because of the desire for more intelligence, connectivity and interfacing, and consumer IoT. In particular, pressure sensors are in high demand for smart home apps, for monitoring water resources, reducing power consumption, and other critical parameters. As a result of this demand in the home, pressure sensors are becoming more diversified. Attendees of this session will be getting some highly useful insights on the future direction of pressure sensing.

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