The current prospects for development, innovation and growth within the sensors market are immense…
According to latest reports, the world-wide automotive sensors market is forecast to grow to $41.9bn by 2025 (an increase of $13.8 billion) with image sensors set to be the fastest-growing technology segment. The demand within the safety applications space (ADAS, APA, LDW, etc.) is driving this technology growth, whereas telematics is on target to be the fastest-growing application due to their popularity within low-budget cars infotainment and entertainment systems.
In the next two years, it is predicted that global internet traffic flow will be 150,700GB per second and more than 12.3 billion global mobile devices will be 5G capable. IoT continues therefore to have a significant impact on future technology capabilities due to the increased demand for connectivity in cities, homes, cars, as well as for manufacturing purposes too.
As industry engineers, product developers, specialists and technicians within innovative start-ups and established brands continue to advance efficiency capabilities and discover further areas for improved data collection and assimilation, competitive opportunities are being enjoyed by companies of all sizes, from the likes of BMW, TWAICE, Hugo Boss, Lightwell, TMG Group, BehrTech, through to Toyota and Konux.
Throughout a multi-track two day programme led by industry experts on 17th & 18th June 2020 in the brand new Conference Centre Nord at Messe Munich, The Sensor Show Congress will bring end users and tier one manufacturers together from across the global sensors ecosystem, for discussion opportunities on latest market trends and technology developments and to share their success stories and significant discoveries. The agenda features high profile and unique brands, including:
Mark Chapman, Engineering Director
Topic focus: Understand the potential for sensing technologies and the role they have in pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.
Erkut Ekinci, Head of IT
Topic focus: Combat ‘Digital Shadows’ in Large Scale Manufacturing Operations
Matthias Schindler, Innovation, Digitalisation and Data Analytics Lead
Topic focus: Harness the Power of AI and Data Analytics in the BMW Production System
In co-operation with automatica 2020, which takes place between 16th and 19th June 2020 at Messe Munich, companies such as Towerjazz, LeddarTech, PROPHESEE, Fizoptika, SENIS and Lampert will present their latest products, application innovations and future technologies on The Sensor Show networking floor.
There is no limit to the opportunities that sensors and data provide for connectivity applications – which is why we deem this as one of the greatest chances for discovery of like-minded professionals and future collaboration projects. There are a multitude of opportunities for professionals from across the sensors supply chain to represent their brand and ideas at The Sensor Show Congress and The Sensor Show as delegates, sponsors and speakers:
The standard delegate rate to attend The Sensor Show Congress is €999 – book here now.
Sensor end users can apply for a significant saving of 50% with the Super Early Bird Rate by the 29th February 2020 by completing this form or emailing contact details (full name, email address, company name and job title) to [email protected]
Innovative sensor technologies and solution providers can apply for a speaking slot at The Sensor Show Congress by the end of February 2020 or book a networking space at The Sensor Show – please contact our friendly team:
David Wilson – Tel +44 (0)1273 806424 – Email [email protected]
The current prospects for development, innovation and growth within the sensors market are immense. According to latest reports, the world-wide automotive sensors market is forecast to grow to $41.9bn with image sensors set to be the fastest-growing technology segment
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