Two days, six themes, over 30 inspiring presentations

Presentation at SSI International 2020 are grouped into six key themes which collectively provide complete coverage of the global sensors industry.

If you are interested in speaking at SSI International 2020, please contact info@sensorsinternational.net or call +44 (0)2476 718 970.

2020 Speakers Include

Tristan Rousselle
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Alex Tongue
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Sandeep Shah
Healthcare & Wellness: Wearables / Portables / Fixed Diagnostics

Digital Olfaction: The next innovation in wearable technology

Presented by Tristan Rousselle, Founder & Deputy CEO, Aryballe Technologies

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IMEC - Presentation Title TBC

Presented by Speaker name TBC, IMEC

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Henkel - Presentation title TBC

Presented by Speaker name TBC, Henkel

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ST - Presentation Title TBC

Presented by Speaker name TBC, ST Microelectronics

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Edge Data Analytics: AI / Machine Learning / Big Data

TLT’s new biosensing and digital health platform: the unique convergence of 5G technologies, Medicine, AI and Machine learning into a new paradigm of powerful data insights

Presented by Sandeep Shah, CEO, Tarilian Laser Technologies (TLT)

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Harsh Environments: Space / Aviation & Aerospace / Subsurface & Extreme Heavy Industry

Fibre Optic Sensing for Extreme Environments

Presented by Alex Tongue, Research Development and Applications Engineer, Sensuron

Fiber optics are replacing traditional sensors in many applications thanks to their noise immunity as well as their size, weight and power (SWaP) advantages that outperform strain gauges and thermocouples. A single fiber optic sensor can deliver data from all along its length compared to the point-specific data collected by conventional sensors. Fiber optics can measure strain, temperature, pressure, vibration and more for applications involving the most extreme conditions such as inside engines, power plants, nuclear reactors, aircraft, or in space, conflict zones and across heavy industries. This Sensuron presentation will describe how engineers are utilizing Optical Frequency Domain Reflectometry (OFDR) fiber optic strain measurements to derive distributed shape. OFDR offers the ability to acquire strain measurements continuously along the length of an optical fiber. Coupled with fiber’s flexible routing options, this allows the capture of various data components of strain continuously or quasi-continuously along the length of substrates to which fibers are bonded. Sensuron has successfully applied its technologies in programmes working with NASA, SpaceX, Airbus, Boeing, Virgin Galactic, the Ministry of Defence and Tel Aviv University amongst many. 

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