Automotive Sensors and Electronics 2015 2nd Annual Expo and Conference

Automotive Sensors and Electronics 2015
2nd Annual Expo and Conference

 

Detroit, Michigan
May 20-21, 2015

 

MEMS Journal is pleased to bring you Automotive Sensors and Electronics 2015 -- our 2nd annual expo and conference on the topic.  Please go to the event website for detailed program information. 

 

We look forward to having you attend -- register today!

 

Standard registration -- $495 (only 11 spots left)

Technology Showcase registration -- $895 (sold out)

 Exhibitor registration -- $995 (sold out)

Exhibitor Plus registration -- $1,395 (sold out)

 

For more information about registration options, please click here.

Participating Companies and Organizations

(to date, selected list)

About the Expo and Conference

After the worldwide downturn and crisis in 2008 and 2009, the automotive market worldwide has bounced back and recovered well. In 2012, approximately 75 million new light vehicles (cars and light trucks) were shipped worldwide. This number is projected to reach 110 million by 2020. Currently, each vehicle has an average of 60-100 sensors on board. Because cars are rapidly getting "smarter", the number of sensors is projected to reach as many as 200 sensors per car. These numbers translate to approximately 22 billion sensors used in the automotive industry per year by 2020.

So what are the emerging applications enabled by the next-generation sensors and electronics? And what are the technologies that will enable new applications? These are the key questions that will drive the discussion at this annual event -- Automotive Sensors and Electronics 2015.

This event will bring together leading experts in automotive sensors and electronics who will discuss a wide range of business and technology issues, ongoing trends, and emerging applications. The future is bright for the automotive industry -- and it is especially bright for automotive sensors and electronics.

Attend this event to identify emerging technology and application trends, exchange ideas, form new companies and network with your industry peers!


Who should attend:
 

● CEOs
● CTOs
● VPs of engineering
● VPs of marketing
● VPs of business development
● Engineering leaders
● Engineering managers
● Marketing, sales and business development managers
● Industry analysts
● Investors
● Purchasing managers
● Sensors and electronics consultants

Speakers

(to date, listed alphabetically by speaker's last name)

Tire pressure monitoring: advances and future direction
Ian Chen
Director, Systems Architecture Development
Freescale Semiconductor
 

Sensor signal processing in automotive applications
Ketan Dande
Team Leader, Diagnostic Software
Robert Bosch
 

Pressure sensors for automotive HVAC systems
Danny Do
Director, Product Development
DunAn Sensing
 

Advanced magnetic position sensors in electronic power steering applications
Mark Donovan
Senior Product Marketing Manager
AMS
 

The impact of regulations on automotive sensors
Eric Fedewa
Director, Global Components Forecasts and Supply Chain Analysis
IHS Automotive
 

Sensors for ADAS applications: market trends and projections
Mark Fitzgerald
Associate Director, Global Automotive Practice
Strategy Analytics

 

Sensors into action: growth, autonomy, fusion and new opportunities
Jeffrey Hannah
Director, North America
SBD
 

Towards autonomous driving: ADAS sensor fusion and redundancy
TJ Houck
Senior Engineer
TRW
 

On the road to autonomous driving: the deployment of silicon based sensors enables intelligent transportation systems
Greg Krueger, PE
Connected Vehicle Program Manager
Leidos (formerly SAIC)
 

Automotive battery controller sensor measurement system: state of the art and future trends
Arnold Mensah-Brown
Research Engineer
Ford Motor Company
 

Secure at any speed: intelligent sensors need intelligent security
Mark Peters
Director, Automotive Business Development
Security Innovation

 

 

Technology Showcase Presenters

(to date, listed alphabetically by speaker's last name)

MEMS based energy harvester for tire applications
Stuart Ferguson
Vice President Business Development
MicroGen
 

Emergency detection using primary acoustic signatures for OEMs and consumers
Cory Hohs
Founder
HAAS
 

MEMS flow control: making MEMS sensing more effective
Mark Luckevich
Director of Business Development
DunAn Microstaq
 

Wireless, microcontroller-free, battery-free sensing for automotive applications
Shahriar Rokhsaz, PhD
CEO
RFMicron
 

Science matters: digital research for today’s MEMS, IoT, intelligent transportation professionals
Kristen Wallerius
Licensing Manager, Tech Markets
Springer
 

 

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Top 10 Reasons to Attend

Reason #1: Excellent program with expert speakers.  By attending, you will learn about the latest automotive sensors and electronics technology developments and business opportunities.

Reason #2: Network, network, network.  Quickly connect with fellow experts and efficiently expand your network in a friendly setting.

Reason #3: This event will be the largest event on the topic in North America this year.  If you do anything with automotive sensors and electronics, you should be here! 

Reason #4: Connect with potential vendors and industry partners.

Reason #5: Visit Detroit -- the main center of the automotive industry worldwide.

Reason #6: Scout for talent and recruit new team members.

Reason #7: Connect with potential employers and get a job. 

Reason #8: All meals (breakfast, lunch) are included with your conference pass. 

Reason #9: Automotive sensors and electronics is one of the fastest growing market segments.  Whether you are a industry veteran or just getting into it, don't miss your chance to learn more about opportunities in this exciting field!

Reason #10: Excellent deal and bargain.  Registration is only $495 for this two-day event.  Register today to reserve your spot.  Space is limited!

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