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Wednesday, June 28
 

10:00am

NSA1: Addressing Agtech and Food Industry Challenges with Sensors

One of the challenges of the sensors industry for agriculture and food applications is its fragmentation. We are witnessing a proliferation of environmental, optical, inertial, or gas sensors enabled by new technology developments and increased availability of AgTech and FoodTech funding. There is now a sensor for everything! It is easy to become lost in this ocean of sensor experiments, but this session has the answers to what’s missing in the “operating system” of how those sensors will collectively transform the ag-food chain from seed to mouth.

 


Speakers
avatar for Rob O'Reilly

Rob O'Reilly

Senior Member Technical Staff, Analog Devices


Wednesday June 28, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Meeting Room 211D

11:00am

NSA2: Array of Things and the Waggle Platform: Instruments for Urban Measurement and Analysis

Based on Argonne's Waggle embedded sensing and computing platform, Array of Things is in the process of installing a 500-node sensor and deep-learning platform with the City of Chicago, with plans to expand to at least 20 more cities in 2017.  The platform is unique in providing not only sensor data collection but deep learning for in-situ analysis of camera, microphone, and sensor data in real time.


Speakers
avatar for Charles Catlett

Charles Catlett

Senior Computer Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago
Charlie Catlett is the founding director of the Urban Center for Computation and Data, UrbanCCD, an interdisciplinary center that explores science-based approaches to understanding, designing, and sustainably operating cities, applying expertise, tools, and resources from computational... Read More →


Wednesday June 28, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Meeting Room 211D

1:30pm

NSA3: Solid State LiDAR: Enabling Mass Adoption in Multiple Industry Sectors

Solid State LiDAR is a critical sensor for use in ADAS and autonomous driving.  Understanding how the technology works and the critical components are critical to hit the performance and cost requirements demanded by Tier 1’s and automotive OEMs.  Sensor technologies, such as silicon photomultipliers (SiPM’s), are a major part of this application and designing the system properly will yield the best performance.  This session will explore the trends in LiDAR and provide key design recommendations for building a LiDAR using the latest in SiPM technology.


Speakers
avatar for Wade Appelman

Wade Appelman

VP Sales and Marketing, SensL


Wednesday June 28, 2017 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Meeting Room 211D

2:30pm

NSA4: Meeting Sensor Requirements In Industry 4.0 & Smart Vehicle Applications With Extended Temperature Range Solid State Batteries

Ilika has applied its heritage of patented materials discovery with leading OEMs, to develop solid state batteries which enable the powering of autonomous IoT sensors for Industry 4.0 and Smart Vehicles. StereaxTM solid state batteries have small size (~cm2) but long life (>10 years) and, when combined with energy harvesters, provide perpetual energy to small sensing devices in difficult-to-reach, hostile and high temperature environment (operating in Extended temperature range -40 to +150°C) without the need for cabling the device or changing batteries regularly.


Speakers
avatar for Denis Pasero

Denis Pasero

Product Commercialisation Manager, Ilika Technologies
Denis Pasero joined Ilika Technologies in 2008, as a scientist specializing in battery technology, to manage commercial lithium ion projects. He became part of the Ilika team to apply his strong academic knowledge to commercial applications and saw the potential to be part of the... Read More →


Wednesday June 28, 2017 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Meeting Room 211D

3:30pm

NSA5: New Generation of Thermal Activity Sensors Impacts Smart Building and IoT Markets

Cyrille Trouilleau will discuss how thermal activity sensors will significantly improve the ability of smart building applications and Internet of Things to sense the environment, thereby optimizing energy management (HVAC, lighting, etc.), occupant comfort, security and safety in work and public spaces. Accurately sensing and classifying human motion  data (people counting, people localization, posture classification, etc)  are key. 


Speakers
avatar for Cyrille Trouilleau

Cyrille Trouilleau

Product Manager, ULIS


Wednesday June 28, 2017 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Meeting Room 211D