InvenSense Motion Interface Developers Conference

 

 

 

 

 

The 2012 InvenSense Motion Interface Developers Conference will bring together System OEM’s, Ecosystem Partners, Application Developers, and Industry Analysts to learn about the technologies, market and future applications for Motion Interface in smartphones, tablets, and health and sports monitoring.The market for Motion Interface technologies, including gyroscopes, accelerometers and magnetometers, is expected to exceed $2.5B by 2015. Applications such as indoor location based services are continuing to fuel growth for Motion Interface in smartphones and tablets. At the same time, new markets are emerging for wearable sensors in fitness and medical applications.

This all day event features a market review from recognized Motion Interface analysts, application specific panel discussions, including recognized leaders in the fields of location based services and wearable sensors, and developer-focused technology tracks covering performance requirements and design considerations for products embedding Motion Interface technology.

The event will be held at the W Hotel in San Francisco on June 14, 2012. The Early Bird Registration Price is $149 lasting until May 25th at which time Regular Admission price goes up to $199. This event provides a unique opportunity for CEO/CTO/Marketing VP/Eng VP for Mobile Applications, Mobile Ecosystem Partners, Embedded System Developers, Mobile App Developers, Product Planners, Financiers, Venture Capitalists, Investment Firms, Industry Analysts, and Technology Media

Invited Speakers and Attendees include: Qualcomm, iSuppli, Broadcom, Texas Instruments, Google, Nvidia, Intel, PointInside, Verizon, Wired Magazine, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates, Prioleau Advisors, LUMOback and many more…

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