Tradeshows & Conferences

AngelTech Online Summit 2020

The health and well-being of AngelTech speakers, partners, employees and the overall community is our top priority. Due to the growing concern around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in alignment with the best practices laid out by the CDC, WHO and other relevant entities, AngelTech decided to postpone the live event to a date later in 2020.

In the interim, it is still important to connect the community and we want to do this via an online summit, taking place live on Tuesday May 19th at 12:00 GMT and content available for 6 months on demand. This will not replace the live event (we believe live face to face interaction, learning and networking can never be fully replaced by a virtual summit), it will supplement the event, add value for key players and bring the community together – digitally.

The event will involve 4 breakout sessions for CS International, PIC International, Sensors International and PIC Pilot Lines.

Key elements of the online summit:

  • Covering key topics of the industries
  • Live 3 hour online summit
  • 10 minute presentations – learn from experts in the industry
  • Recorded product demos
  • Live audience questions
  • Enhanced discussion and audience interaction
  • Video panel sessions
  • Sponsors digital booth (intro video, company content, lead generator, facilitate one on one video meetings with attendees)
  • Live private video meetings between two or more attendees
  • After the live event, monthly keynotes to drive traffic to the event 24/7, 365

Yole Développement will participate in the following:

Compound semiconductor adoption by automotive market

Ezgi Dogmus, PhD, Technology & Market Analyst, Compound Semiconductors & Emerging Materials at Yole Développement

Abstract: Automotive market is an important market for electronics devices. The trend towards the electrification and the automation of cars create enormous market opportunity for compound semiconductor, including, Silicon Carbide (SiC), Gallium Nitride (GaN) , Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) and Indium Phosphide (InP), either for power electronics applications or sensing applications. In this presentation, we will give Yole’s understanding of compound semiconductor adoption by automotive market. More… here

Can MicroLEDs and VCSELs revolutionize the Solid State Lighting Industry?

Pars Mukish, Business Unit Manager, Solid-State Lighting & Display at Yole Développement

Abstract: The Solid State Lighting (SSL) source industry is nowadays at a crossroads between an LED industry that has reached a critical size, but is now mature and lacks strong market dynamics, and a laser diode industry that is booming but still emerging and proliferating, in terms of application/technology landscape. In this context, 2 major technologies are seen as potential “creators” of new killer applications: MicroLEDs and VCSELs. More… here

“5G’s impact on RF Front-End: from Telecom Infrastructure to Hand sets”

Claire Troadec, Division Director, Power & Wireless at Yole Développement

Eric Mounier - Yole Développement

Si Photonics markets : pluggable transceivers in high volume production and co-packaged optics coming

Eric Mounier, Fellow Analyst – Photonics, Sensing & Display at Yole Développement.

Abstract: My talk will review Si photonic market forecast per application through 2025. It will give an overview of the player positioning and also applications and technologies. A focus will be done on new applications and entrants with co-packaged optics technology in line of sigh as the next possible high-volume application for Si photonics. More… here

Dimitrios Damianos - Yole Développement

“Developments in the high-end inertial sensor market for harsh environments”

Dimitrios Damianos, Technology & Market Analyst, MEMS, Sensors, Photonics & Imaging at Yole Développement.

Abstract:  High-end inertial sensors are widely used in harsh and demanding environments such as industry, commercial aerospace, naval, space and defense applications, where excellent navigation and positioning is needed for critical missions. Due to the growth of all kinds of autonomous systems and for use especially in GPS-denied environments, inertial sensors have been ever so pertinent. More… here

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