|By Business Wire||
|April 30, 2014 08:10 AM EDT||
Movea (www.movea.com), a leader in data fusion and motion-sensing technology for consumer electronics, today announced the Beyond Fusion conference on June 23, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown San Francisco. This premiere industry event will feature experts from companies including Audience, Broadcom, Invensense, Neurosky, Samsung and STMicroelectronics, who will explore the “what and how” of bringing sophisticated and advanced context awareness to smart devices including smartphones, wearables and peripheral devices.
Beyond Fusion will highlight and examine the growing role of sensors in smart devices, the implications of deploying context-aware applications and the increasing usage of data in our daily lives. Highlights of the conference agenda include discussions on:
- Creating the ultimate user experience
- Extending consumers’ abilities beyond the five senses
- Problem solving around the cost and power consumption issues associated with deploying context aware applications
- Enabling smartphone and connected peripheral sensors to measure physical and environmental activities.
“The Beyond Fusion conference is one important way Movea is showing its commitment to bringing context awareness to smart devices,” said Sam Guilaumé, CEO of Movea. “We’re excited to collaborate with partners, customers, and other industry leaders to further explore how the next generation of smart devices will simplify and enhance our daily life.”
“This year alone, we’re expecting to see more than 6 billion new Internet-enabled devices,” said Shane Walker, analyst for IHS and speaker at the event. “Context awareness is a vital ingredient to the Internet of Things, turning the myriad of sensors in our devices into countless smart applications for always-on connected devices. It’s important to have industry leaders gather together to discuss the opportunities in this area and work to avoid potential barriers that could stand in the way of adoption.”
Beyond Fusion‘s complete speaker lineup are the following industry experts:
- Alexis Bernard, Audience
- Steve Malkos, Broadcom
- Hugues Metras, CEA-Leti
- Shane Walker, IHS
- Mike Housholder, Invensense
- Bruno Flament, Movea
- Jake Chuang, Neurosky
- Blake Bullock, Samsung LSI
- Jay Esfandyari, STMicroelectronics.
Register for the event today, as space is limited. For conference questions, please email [email protected].
Movea is the leading provider of data fusion and motion processing firmware, software, and IP for the consumer electronics industry. Thriving on its portfolio of more than 500 patents, Movea turns sensor data into meaningful personal information, decoding and analyzing sensor signals using ultra-low power, high performance algorithms and data hub technology. Our expertise enables customers and partners to unlock the 1 trillion sensors opportunity into 1 million smart applications for mobile, sports and interactive TV while reducing the risk, cost, and time-to-market for delivering compelling new features that differentiate their products and deliver more end-user value.
Movea has a global presence with headquarters in Grenoble, France, subsidiaries in the U.S. in Silicon Valley, Calif., and Seoul, South Korea, as well as technology and manufacturing partners and distributors around the world. For more information visit www.movea.com or follow us on Twitter at @MoveaDataFusion.
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