• 250 registered attendees from 100+ organizations from 14 countries.
• 54 speakers, including Next Steps session.
• 5 startups in the making in the audience, three focused on processing data from sensors,
one on networked sensor infrastructure and one on a new sensor.
Select feedback from attendees:
• Presentations quality matched TED, unbelievable!
• Very exciting presentations
• Belief that the future is bright
Presented new sensor based applications with ultrahigh volume potential
The objective of TSensors Summit was to “invent” new ultrahigh volume sensor based applications
likely to enter the market in coming decade and accelerate the Abundance.
Abundance needs revolution in the following areas: Health Care, Food, Energy, Water, Education and Freedom.
The presentations at TSensors Summit covered all of them.
Dr. Bryzek extracted from all of the Stanford presentations the applications potentially meeting the above conditions; click the link below for a summary.
Follow up TSensor events
Dr. Bryzek received several invitations to speak at the following events:
• MEMS 2014, January 2014, San Francisco, CA
• Full day TSensors Summit scheduled on February 21 in Tokyo, Japan.
• SensoCon, Santa Clara, CA, March 2-14.
• 6th MEMS Engineer Forum, Friday, 25th of April in 2014 Tokyo, Japan.
• Ubiquitous Sensing Conference of ECS Sensor Division in Orlando, FL May 2014.
• In addition we are investigating the feasibility of organizing additional TSensors Summits in 2014:
- 3 day Summit in China, August 2014
- 2 or 3 day Summit in Germany, September 2014
- 2 or 3 day Summit in the USA, October 2014
The objective is the same: Extract new ultrahigh volume sensor based applications likely coming
to market over the next decade.