Supratik Guha To Deliver Day 2 Keynote Address At Sensors Midwest

Sensors Midwest, taking place October 3-4, is excited to announce this year's Day 2 Keynote - delivered by Supratik Guha of Argonne National Laboratory! Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about sensors and cyberphysical sensing networks for water, agriculture, and the environment.

This exciting Keynote address is just one of the many education features taking place at Sensors Midwest - including the Conference Theater Sessions on the Expo Floor, 3 half-day Workshops on Automotive, Medical, & RTOS, the IIoT University, WISE Program, and more! View the full agenda here

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Sensors and Cyberphysical Sensing Networks for Water and Agriculture

 

October 4th | 9:00AM-9:45AM

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The affordability of computing today, progress in nanomaterials and sensing devices, the increasing availability of data, and the emergence of low power wireless networks have made this an opportune time for the emergence of cyberphysical sensor networks for agriculture, water, and the environment. Supratik will discuss three projects at different stages of development during this keynote presentation. And through the descriptions of these projects, Guha will try to argue that a key bottleneck for ubiquitous use of these technologies lies in the development of cheap, reliable, and scalable sensing packages.

 

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