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July 18-19, 2022 at 10:00 AM EDT 
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Miami, USA

Meetings International presents a conference for the electronic instrument and sensor industry to take place in Miami, USA, starting in July 18-19, 2022. The Sensors 2022 Conference provides a forum for researchers, engineers and professionals in science and industry, as well as local and global entrepreneurs around the world to present their latest research results, ideas and applications in the fields of sensors and sensor technology to exchange information. on their latest research advances and with the topic "IoT and wireless sensor networks" to cover almost all aspects and areas of sensors and electronic instrumentation.

Session 1: Acoustic wave sensors
Sound wave sensors have been used in companies for more than 60 years. The broadcast communications industry is the largest customer, accounting for approximately 3 billion channels of sound waves per year, essentially on PDAs and versatile base stations. These are generally surface acoustic wave devices and are used as band pass channels in the radio repeat and mid-repeat regions of the phone hardware. Sound wave sensors are so named because their locating instrument is a mechanical or acoustic wave. As the acoustic wave propagates out of the material, any advance in the properties of the propagation path affects both the speed and the quality of the wave.
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Session 2: Radiation sensor
A radiation sensor is a device for evaluating atomic, electromagnetic, or light radiation. An atomic radiation tracking device detects atomic radiation by evaluating the propagation of ionizing radiation from alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma radiation. An atomic radiation identifier that consists of two basic parts: the matrix hardware and the Geiger tube. The Geiger tube is filled  with low pressure inactive gas such as helium, argon, or neon. In the event that radioactive radiation is produced and the  gas is ionized at rest. Inside the Geiger tube, an anode mathematically selects the proportion of ionized particles and mathematically generates radiation components. The radioactivity evaluation is displayed on the LCD screen of the Geiger counter or the atomic radiation detector.
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Session 3: Biosensor
A biosensor is an exposure device used to identify a synthetic substance that connects a natural segment to a physicochemical detector. The sensitive organic component, such as tissue, microorganisms, organelles, cell receptors, proteins, antibodies, nucleic acids, etc., is a naturally determined material that communicates with, connects to, or senses the analyte  under examination .The biosensor by means of a user gadget is connected to the corresponding hardware or drawing processors, which are responsible for presenting the results in an easily understandable way. Sometimes it represents the most expensive aspect of the sensor device imaginable to create an easy-to-use program that includes a transducer and a sensitive component (holographic sensor).Professional users are usually handcrafted and conform to  the special working standards of biosensors.
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Session 4: Fiber Optic Sensor
A fiber optic sensor is a sensor that uses fiber optics as a  component of the sensor ("innate sensors") or as a method of transmitting characters from a remote sensor to character conversion devices ("external sensors"). Fibers have many applications in remote sensing. Depending on the application, a fiber can be used because of its small size, or because no electrical power is required at the remote location, or because many sensors can be multiplexed onto the fiber using the fiber's wavelength offset,  Light for each sensor. , or to see the delay time as the light travels along the fiber through each sensor. Fiber optic sensors are also immune to electromagnetic interference and do not conduct electricity, so they can be used where high voltage or flammable materials such as kerosene are present. Fiber optic sensors can also be designed for high temperatures.
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Session 5: Quantum sensors
The field of quantum detection is concerned with the design and construction of quantum wells and quantum measurements that can outperform any classical strategy in a variety of technological applications. This can be done with photonic systems or solid state systems. In solid-state materials science, a quantum sensor is a quantum device that responds to an impulse. Usually this refers to a sensor that has quantified vitality levels, uses quantum rationality to quantify a physical quantity, or uses cheating to improve estimates beyond what should be possible with old-style sensors.
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Session 6Electromagnetic sensors
Electromagnetic sensors are widely used in health surveillance and infrastructure damage detection. The application of electromagnetic (EM) (or magneto elastic) tension sensors to control the tension of steel cables is described. They are widely used in wellness verification and structural damage detection.
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Session 7Bio MEMS
Bio MEMS is an abbreviation for Biomedical Microelectromechanical Systems. BioMEMS have significant overlap and are sometimes considered synonymous with Labonachip and micro-total analysis systems. Some examples of current MEMS devices are blood pressure sensor accelerometers, optical switches, micro valves, biosensors, air bag sensors, inkjet printer heads, computer disk drive heads, and many other products  manufactured for Commercial use.

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Session 8Humidity Sensor
The humidity sensor is an electronic device that measures humidity in its state and converts it into a comparative electrical signal based on its findings. The moisture content is noticeable everywhere. The most notable measure of humidity at a given air temperature is  relative humidity. Relative humidity is an important factor when looking for comfort. Humidity sensors vary in size and utility; Some humidity sensors are found in portable devices (such as cell phones), while others are built into larger implanted frames (such as air quality frames). Humidity sensors are commonly used in the meteorological, clinical, automotive, HVAC, and assembly industries.
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Session 9Remote Sensors and Telemetry
Remote sensing is the gathering of information about an object without making physical contact with the object remotely. The term is also known as land information gathering. It is used in a variety of fields including geography, surveying, and most geoscientific disciplines. It also has military, intelligence, commercial, economic, planning, and humanitarian uses. Telemetry is the collection of measurements or different data at remote points and their automatic transmission to receiving devices (telecommunications) for their monitoring. It also forwards data transmitted through other means, such as telephone or computer networks, optical links or other cable communications, such as carriers of power lines.
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Market Analysis for Sensors:
The electronic sensors market for the consumer goods industry was estimated at $ 11.94 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.26% during the forecast period.  The goal is to do a detailed analysis of electronic sensors for the consumer goods industry market based on type, application and geography. The analysis provides detailed information on the main factors influencing the growth of the consumer goods industry market. A sensor is a device that detects changes in its environment and reacts to them. It is used to measure various parameters such as movement, temperature and pressure among others. They are widely used in consumer electronics in numerous devices such as smartphones, game consoles, PCs, home appliances, and kitchen appliances, among others. The demand for smartphones and wearable devices is expected to drive the growth of the electronic sensor market in the consumer goods industry. Image and motion sensors are used most.

Target Audience:

  • Sensor suppliers
  • Sensor component suppliers
  • OEM and ODM in consumer electronics industry
  • MEMS and CMOS technology companies
  • System integrators and service providers in the consumer electronics market
  • Banks, financial institutions, investors, and venture capitalist
  • Technology investors
  • Governments and financial institutions
  • Analysts and strategic business planner

Electronic Sensors Market for Consumer Industry scope:
By Type:

  • Pressure Sensor
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Motion Sensor
  • Image Sensor
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Fingerprint Sensor
  • Others

By Application:

  • Entertainment
  • Communication & IT
  • Home Appliances
  • Wearable Devices

By Geography:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Rest of the World

The global sensor market is expected to grow from $ 173.4 billion in 2019 to $ 323.3 billion in 2024, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.3% for 2019-2024. The global environmental sensor and monitoring technology market should reach $ 25.9 billion by 2025, up from $ 19.1 billion in 2020, assuming an average annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.3% for the forecast period. From 2020 to 2025. The Industrial Sensor Market is projected to increase in size from $ 18.2 billion in 2020 to $ 29.0 billion in 2025 with a CAGR of 9.8%. The increasing popularity of Industry 4.0 and IoT, as well as the increasing demand for industrial robotics, are the key drivers for the growth of the market.

Key Market Benefits:

  • Extensive analysis of the global apheresis equipment market by product type helps in understanding the types of equipment that are currently used along with the variants that would gain prominence in future
  • Competitive intelligence highlights the business practices followed by leading market players across various geographies
  • Comprehensive analysis of factors that drive and restrict the growth of the global apheresis equipment market is provided
  • SWOT analysis highlights the internal environment of leading companies for effective strategy formulation
  • The apheresis equipment market scenario is comprehensively analysed in accordance to the key regions
     

Features:

  • Drug Delivery
  • High-throughput Screening
  • Point-of-Care Diagnostics
  • Lab Analytics
  • Proteomics
  • Genomics
  • Cell-based Assay

Top institutes in Asia:

  • Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore
  • National University of Singapore (NUS)
  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
  • KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
  • University of Hong Kong (HKU)
  • Tsinghua University, China
  • Fudan University, China
  • City University of Hong Kong
  • Peking University, China
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Hong Kong

Top institutes in USA:

  • Stanford University
  • Harvard University
  • California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
  • University of Chicago
  • Princeton University
  • Cornell University
  • Yale University
  • Columbia University
  • University of Pennsylvania

 

 

 

 

 

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