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Technical Program Announced for TSensors (Trillion Sensor) Summit at Stanford University for October 22-25, 2013
Date:9/23/2013

overnments, non-profits and for-profit companies involved in development and commercialization of sensor based systems, providing a rich networking experience to all attendees.  They are expected to play a key role in the creation of the Trillion Sensors market by the year 2023, which will support the exciting concept of "Abundance".  These include large and mature companies (including world's first companies who discovered potential for creating trillion sensors yearly shipment volumes in the next decade), startups, university sensor researchers, market research organizations and venture capital organizations.

The 47 presentations have been organized in five sessions reflecting global tides driving the adoption of sensors into our society:

  • Market Evolution Enabling TSensors Revolution
  • Digital Health
  • Sensory Swarms/Internet of Things and Everything
  • 3D Printed Smart Systems
  • Mobile and Wearable Market
  • The first explosive segment for sensors was the handset market triggered by introduction of iPhone in 2007.  This segment is still growing at amazing pace, with 47% growth of smart phones in Q2 of 2013 (per Gartner), with a continuously increasing number of sensors per handset (Samsung Galaxy 4S introduced pressure and humidity sensors, and iPhone 5S introduced fingerprint sensor).  It is interesting to note that today's advanced mobile phones including Samsung Galaxy S4 and the iPhone 5 already have over 10 sensors each.

    Multiple organizations have envisioned the potential for a trillion sensors in the coming decade.
    Regrettably, however, leading market research organizations have not reported on such growth because of the difficulty of predicting emerging applications based on historic market figures.  This situation is similar to that of 2007 where market researchers were not able to forecast the explosion of sensors for consumer applications which grew from 10 million u
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