MEMS EDUCTAION SERIES WEBINAR

FREE webinar from MSIG and Roger Grace Associate

 

WHAT: Printed Flexible Stretchable P/F/T Sensors for IoT and Wearables
WHEN: Thursday, March 17 at 11:30 am EST
 


 

About This Free Webinar

The availability of sensors that can take the shape of their imposed working environment has existed for quite some time with the earliest being for aerospace applications. With the recent popularity of the Internet of Things (IoT) and especially “wearables”…the need for single or multiple sensors per system that are small, lightweight and low- power consuming that also can conform to the shape of the environment in which they must operate in is becoming essential.

To be presented will be several of the more interesting printed/flexible/stretchable (P/F/T) sensor technologies and their applications currently under development and in production in the commercial sector as well those under development in the leading research universities and research labs around the world.

In addition to these sensors, we will address the challenges of their integration with other functional element of basic Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable applications. We will also address the manufacturing issues to create these heterogeneous and hybrid solutions from both a batch mode and continuous process. Finally, barriers to the successful commercialization of P/F/S sensors and recommended strategies for market success will be presented.

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