Sensors, Wearable Devices and Internet of Things
By Walt Maclay, President and Chief Engineer, Voler Systems. Today, it is all about being connected and staying connected. Low-cost sensors are revolutionizing medical, home health and wearable devices, as well as other internet of things gadgets. Walt Maclay will show how these smart devices are benefiting from the ongoing development of low-cost high-volume sensors. Whether it is temperature, pressure, vibration, acceleration, flow, sound or vision, it is all about sensors. They are critical to many advances and to the rapid innovation we are seeing today. He will describe some of the latest trends in sensors and the impact they may bring.
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