Sensors Expo Sneak Preview Webinar: Printed/Flexible/Stretchable Sensors for Wearables and IoT Applications

Flexible Stretchable Wearable Sensors Webinar

Wednesday, May 18 at 2:00 PM ET

The availability of sensors that can take the shape of and work reliably in their imposed complex and demanding working environment has existed for quite some time. The recent popularity of the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, and disposables has created the need for low-cost single or multiple sensors per system that are small, lightweight and low power consuming that can also conform to the shape of the environment in which they must operate. Printed/ Flexible/Stretchable sensors are estimated to be $6 billion of the $340 billion flexible electronics market by 2030. This Webinar provides a sneak preview of the full-day Pre-Conference Symposium that will be taking place at this year's Sensors Expo in San Jose. Attendees of this webinar will foster better understanding of current and future opportunities presented by P/F/S sensors, their applications, and the recommended strategies necessary to effectively exploit their commercialization opportunities.

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Speakers Include:
Roger Grace

Roger Grace is the president of Roger Grace Associates (RGA) which he founded in 1982 as a technology marketing consultancy focusing on sensors. His 40+ years in the high tech industry includes assignments in microwave/RF design engineering, project management and product marketing. Grace has made 50+ technical presentations worldwide and authored 30+ articles which have appeared in technical publications including Sensors Magazine. He currently serves on many technical committees and advisory boards. He holds a BSEE/MSEE from Northeastern University and was its 2004 Engineering Alumni of the year.

Mat Dirjish

Mat Dirjish is currently the Executive Editor of Sensors Magazine. In his past roles, he was a Computer Boards, Software, and Embedded Systems Editor and a Tech Editor at industry-renowned publications, as well as a judge in past PC104+ competitions.


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