• Future Sensing Technologies
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Science Museum (Kitanomaru Garden Tokyo)
Tokyo, Japan
13 - 14 November 2019
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Plan Now to Participate

On behalf of the SPIE and program organizers, we encourage you to participate in the upcoming Future Sensing Technologies conference. This event is an interdisciplinary forum that brings together researchers from academia, government, and industry to discuss emerging topics in the field of sensor systems, related technologies, and specialized application areas.

Sensors are integral components of modern infrastructure, scientific research, and transportation systems. Bridges, buildings, vehicles, and other devices now depend on complex sensing and imaging systems to relay information and interact with the world. Autonomous vehicles, for example, rely on a multi-sensor suite to safely navigate a vehicle through urban and rural areas in a variety of meteorological conditions. Sensor systems are also critical for environmental monitoring and to help protect human health and safety. These expanding fields require ongoing collaboration between researchers, government agencies, and industry companies as these sensors and their relevant data products evolve.

In order to keep up with the latest techniques and application areas, Future Sensing Technologies will cover topics that are especially significant to the industry today. The program is designed to give concentrated high-value technical content as well as ample opportunities for professional networking and research exchange. Leading experts will deliver invited oral papers on the latest advancements and industry trends. There will also be a lunchtime poster session with contributed papers from the research community.

If you are working in the industry and have information to share, please submit your abstract and plan to join us this November in Tokyo. We look forward to seeing you there!

Conference Chairs

Masafumi Kimata, Ritsumeikan Univ. (Japan) Masafumi Kimata, Ritsumeikan Univ. (Japan) Christopher R. Valenta, Georgia Tech Research Institute (United States) Christopher R. Valenta, Georgia Tech Research Institute (United States)