InvenSense, Inc., a leading provider of MEMS sensor platform solutions, announced it is hosting the 2015 InvenSense Developers Conference on November 17th-18th, 2015 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. The conference targets developers, customers, system OEMs, ecosystem partners, media, industry analysts and venture capitalists, to learn about the market and future applications for the “Internet of Sensors.”
The InvenSense Developer Community has grown to over 30,000 developers and partners. Likewise, the InvenSense Developer Conference has grown substantially, with expected attendance of over 400 participants from around the globe; IDC 2015 is now one of the world’s largest MEMS developers’ conferences. The event will provide participants valuable insights into sensor solutions for smartphones, tablets, wearables, gaming devices, optical image stabilization, automotive, smart home devices, and a number of other IoT devices.
This 2-day event features application specific tracks and developer-focused technology sessions covering performance requirements and design considerations for products embedding motion and sound technologies. Sessions will highlight expert speakers leading comprehensive discussions on over 20 diverse topics, such as InvenSense’s Positioning Library (IPL), wearable design, smart home technologies, InvenSense’s sensor system architecture providing an open and powerful platform for creating cutting-edge ‘AlwaysOn’ applications for IoT applications, industrial and automotive market trends, and InvenSense’s new and highly intuitive sensor development environment. In addition, this year a new track is being offered on “New Sensors and Technologies” which will feature technologies regarding energy harvesting, sensor security, low frequency taptic technology, and many others.
Registration for the 2015 InvenSense Developers Conference, which includes breakfast, lunch and a free cocktail networking reception and showcase, is available for $199. Space is limited; to register, click the attached link 2015 InvenSense Developers Conference.