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SENSORS CONVERGE 2023Sign in for replay
Covering the entire design cycle from components to system solutions
Sensors Converge has evolved over nearly four decades as an event focusing solely on sensor technology, to a larger and more diversified event focusing on electronics technologies and embedded systems that work hand-in-hand with sensors. From enabling innovation, to process design & control development, to transforming markets, Sensors Converge covers technologies and applications that are driving smart sensor innovation into the era of sustainable living
Yole Group is exhibitor!
Once again in 2023, we will be part of the exhibitor and glad to get the opportunity to meet our customers and business partners, establish new contacts in the industry and help drive your business forward.
Interested in an onsite meeting with us? Send us your request at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yole Group is part of the program with:
Technology and Market Analyst – Sensing & Actuating
Wednesday, June 21
1:30pm: Overview of the promising applications in the MEMS industry
With a special focus on automotive and wearable applications, this presentation will provide a comprehensive overview of the key trends and devices upholding the MEMS market growth. It will be explained how the latest development in the MEMS industry, combined with strong mega-trends at the top level, are leading to a continuous sensorization of both cars and wearables.
Meet our analyst onsite:
Technology and Cost Analyst
Technology & Market Analyst, Sensing and Actuating
Pierre Delbos is a Technology & Market Analyst, Sensing and Actuating in the Photonics & Sensing division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group (Yole).
Pierre is involved in the development of technology and market reports covering MEMS & sensing technologies, including inertial sensors, microphones, optical MEMS, and particle sensors. He also collaborates with his team on custom studies for the key players in the MEMS Industry.
Pierre holds a master’s degree in Microelectronics and Photonics Engineering from Grenoble Institute of Technology, PHELMA (France).