Supplier of high performance sensor solutions, ams, will showcase innovative optical sensing technologies which are transforming personal health monitoring, the mobile phone, automotive evolution, and smart agriculture at the Sensors Expo 2019 (25th to 27th June, San Jose, CA). The company will also lead two Sensors Expo conference sessions.
Developments from ams, such as the development of nanoscale optical filters and new miniature, efficiency power laser emitters, are creating new markets and opening up fresh opportunities to deploy optical sensors across the automotive, medical, consumer and industrial sectors.
The exciting optical sensor demonstrations on hand at Sensors Expo include highly advanced 3D sensor technology for smartphones, computing, automotive and robotics; medical grade wearable devices that monitor blood pressure; and spectral sensors for maximising yields in smart horticulture.
Sensors Expo visitors can also discover how ams is advancing spectral sensing technology for tomorrow’s industrial and consumer applications: from water monitoring, to control washing machine cycles, to advanced analysis of materials using infrared light.
“We are driving innovation to create differentiated solutions for our customers,” said Alexander Everke, CEO at ams. “ams has the unique technology and expertise to create complete reference designs from face recognition to a wearable blood pressure monitor to a plant-yield maximiser. At Sensors Expo, visitors will see all these and the exciting new use case possibilities based on innovative ams technology.”
‘Horticulture & Sensing: A Natural Fit’ by Tom Griffiths, Senior Marketing Manager, ams
27th June, 11:000am in the Executive Ballroom
LEDs enables new spectral approaches that create a new opportunity to explore interaction between light and plants. The end result will be optimised ‘recipes’ for the different growth stages for each type of plant. How to best manage the delivery of these recipes? Through sensing! You will see the synergy between horticultural and the sensors that monitor the ambient environment, manage those spectral recipes, and deliver real-time feedback on the plants’ reactions.
‘Innovations in Spectral Sensing’ by Randy Ryder, Director of Marketing, ams
27th June, 2:30pm in Meeting Room 211CD
Spectroscopy applications have typically been reserved for markets where large capital expenditures of expensive lab equipment are necessary for daily operations. In recent years, innovations in miniaturising sensor technology has opened up new market opportunities for spectroscopic applications.
The cost and size of equipment has been reduced to where today, a handheld spectrometer provides virtually the same measurement capabilities as expensive benchtop laboratory equipment. This session examines recent innovations in spectroscopy, new use cases never before realised, from farmers analysing grains to pharmaceutical companies managing drug fraud within their value chains, and more.
Lighting up Sensors Expo 2019
Visit ams at booth # 1130 at McEnery Convention Center, San Jose and our invitation demo room Willow Glen I and II at the Hotel Marriott, San Jose , 301 South Market Street, 95113 San Jose, CA,
Compact projected lighting: Featuring the ams logo projected on to the road surface from a slim ams Micro Lens Array built into a chassis feature such as a door sill.
Optical sensing in the mobile phone
Medical and industrial optical sensing
Audio sensing in wireless earbuds