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SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing
Yole Développement invites you to join us at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing.
A digital forum for emerging technology in sensors, infrared technology, laser systems, spectral imaging, radar, lidar, autonomous systems, AI/machine learning, and more.
Featuring all the great content you expect at Defense + Commercial Sensing
Choose from 39 conferences with presentations on emerging research topics. Globally recognized speakers present live talks with time for questions and answers, and online networking sessions offer time to meet with colleagues when you can’t meet in person.
Market & policy update and panel discussion
Open to all paid conference attendees plus Digital Marketplace and Industry Only registrants.Times for this live event are all in Pacific Standard Time
Join us for a three part session: A talk from Yole on Semiconductor Technologies for Soldiers, public policy update from Jennifer Douris O’Bryan, SPIE Government Affairs Director, and a panel discussion on Public Policy as it relates to chips.
Yole Développement will participate to the following:
Semiconductor Technologies for Soldiers, an Overview
Eric Mournier, Director of Market Research, Yole Développement
On April 15, 2021 at 10:00AM PDT
Abstract: Regional conflicts are joined by international terrorism as dominant factors in security planning and defence spending is being adjusted to focus on more flexible, responsive and mobile force structures with an increasing focus on logistics and lifecycle support. Moreover, new type of battlefields (urban areas, smart cities, …) brings new challenges to the infantry for improved situational awareness, lethality and survivability. My talk will review the current and future technologies for foot soldiers for better communications, enhanced lethality, mobility, survivability, and sustainability. It will provide an analysis of semiconductor related equipment for infantrymen: their applications, players, and markets, including infrared and radiofrequency, as well as sensors, batteries, exoskeletons, and future technologies. A specific focus will be done on infra-red imagers and sensors. Technological trends and market forecasts will be described.