InvenSense continues to blaze a trail through the intelligent sensor system on chip (SoC) market for motion, audio, and software solutions in both consumer and industrial devices. Along the way we have built a Developer Community that has grown to over 27,000 members in just 4 years. This has allowed us to create the largest MEMS based Developer Conference in the world!
We are excited to host the fourth annual InvenSense Developers Conference November 17-18, 2015 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Please join us to build new relationships, get your design questions answered, and discuss market opportunities. The conference will bring together thought leaders from all segments of the industry including analysts, media, system OEMS, partners, venture capitalists, and application developers to learn about the market and future applications for the Internet of Sensors.
The Internet of Sensors is the next wave of intelligent sensor system on chip solutions that connect any conceivable consumer electronic device and allow them to behave, react, and think autonomously.
• 2 Day Event - Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 1:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday November 18, 2015 - 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; All times Pacific Standard Time.
• 5 Separate Tracks - IoT, Mobile, New Technologies, and 2 Developer Tracks.
• Multiple Sessions - Each Track will feature multiple sessions to choose from with InvenSense speakers and outside experts providing authoritative discussions and overviews on important aspects in the fields of H/W, S/W, and Application Engineering
• Labs - Developer focused Labs for our new FireFly product family and the InvenSense Studio Development Environment
• Showcase - A Developer Showcase and opportunities to Network with your peers. Prior years have shown this to be the preeminent aspect of the conference.
Come learn how InvenSense's pioneering of ‘Sensing Everything’ motion and audio solutions, combined with our InvenSense Fabrication Platform, and MotionFusion software are critical to consumer electronic devices and the Internet of Sensors to create an enhanced user interface predicated on decreasing the required input for the user and increasing the contextual awareness of the device.
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