The preconference symposium will address medtech/wearables.

Sensors Converge (formerly Sensors Expo) Conference will take place June 27, 2022, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. A full-day preconference symposium will address printed/flexible stretchable (P/F/S) and functional fabric (FF) sensors and electronics from a commercialization perspective to support medtech and wearables applications.

The symposium will be led by more than a dozen world-recognized leaders in the P/F/S and FF sensors and sensor-based systems area, presenting information on current research and development activities, application opportunities, manufacturing methods, and commercialization challenges for P/S/T and FF sensors and P/S/T and FF sensor-based systems issues.Topics in the symposium will include:

  • Product applications and technologies to support MedTech/Wearables addressing sensors, batteries, memory/logic, packaging and interconnects
  • Infrastructure of materials, manufacturing and test systems
  • Commercialization challenges and recommended approaches to overcome
  • And more

“This all-day symposium is a key and integral part to “evangelize” P/F/S and FF sensors. It was developed to help inform and educate the technical, technical management, and business community of the major significance of P/F /S and FF sensor-based technologies and their enabled far-reaching opportunities in many applications including medtech and wearables from both a current and future perspective,” says Roger Grace, president of Roger Grace Associates, a consultancy specializing in sensors and MEMS. “This will be the fifth time that I have organized this session topic at this most significant industry event and am looking to have presenters share their most recent and relevant findings and products with the live and in-person audience."

Charlene Soucy, senior director, sensors and electronics, adds, “We decided early on in the creation of the pre-conference symposium to address medtech/wearables because of its current and future importance in the sensors space. We are looking forward to very successful technical sessions, expo hall, and especially Roger’s star-studded array of speakers in our pre-conference program.”

For more information, visit Sensors Converge .