Visionaries Advocate New Sensing Technology to Address a Brighter Future at TSensors Summit 2015

PITTSBURGH, PA -- Luminaries from commercial industry and top R&D organizations will explore the potential of MEMS and sensors to alleviate world hunger and pollution, use cleaner energy, and provide affordable medical care at TSensors Summit: a MEMS Industry Group Enterprise, December 9-10, 2015 in Celebration, FL.

Galvanized by forecasts of up to 100 trillion sensors by 2030 enabling “Abundance” for all, TSensors Summit speakers will examine key enabling technologies such as new optical, gas and chemical sensors for food-agricultural, environmental and health monitoring, and flexible/printed sensing and electronics advances to drive ultra high volume solutions.

“This is by far the best line-up of world visionaries and content experts since we started TSensors Summits in 2012,” said Janusz Bryzek, founder of TSensors Summits. “What we learn and discuss together at this TSensors Summit will form the basis of a TSensors roadmap outlining the opportunities, challenges and key technology milestones for the next decade. Those who are getting involved now want to make a positive difference in the world and also capitalize on the demand for sensors.”

“Advanced manufacturing, networked sensors and the Internet of Things are extremely exciting areas for technology research, development, commercialization and growth,” said M.J. Soileau, Ph.D., vice president for University of Central Florida’s Office of Research and Commercialization. “These areas represent significant economic growth opportunities in terms of new technology advancements, manufacturing and production, goods and services and jobs.”

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