What’s wrong with sensor fusion? Why do we need to expand our view of this fundamental capability and in which direction do we go?
This webcast will help you understand the requirements, challenges and ecosystem for enabling context aware mobile devices and applications.
During this live webcast, Movea proposes you to learn/discover:
• The motivations to move from sensor fusion to datafusion
• The breadth of applications offering leveraging datafusion for better user experience
• The general challenges associated with datafusion: Power consumption, sensor agnosticism, testing characterization, accuracy, robustness…
Sensor enabled devices and environments can observe the tangible world and interact with the digital world to access public and private information such as emails, GPS location, weather, transit schedules, etc. The quantity of data we have access to is immense and widely varied. Some companies, being domain experts in a given field, are already bringing the first wave of this information to users in the form of specialized services and databases. However, the future context aware applications being imagined today will require integrating these various domains in a way that has not yet been fully realized by the marketplace. A few concrete steps are being taken today, however, most of the requirements for these future applications are still to be defined and the challenges more clearly identified.
From our core competencies in motion processing and sensor fusion, Movea is now expanding to embrace the integration of additional sensors (e.g. pressure, camera, light, audio and temperature, etc.) as well as other types of data from the mobile device and the cloud. To enable the ecosystem, Movea is developing a platform of processing engines, developer tools and data models. This will allow for semiconductor vendors, mobile device OEMs and applications developers to easily integrate and extend these building blocks, thereby adding their own unique value to create smarter mobile devices, applications and services
Bruno Flament, CTO
Bruno Flament has 25 years experience in R&D applied to multi-sensor signal processing design for detection, classification and estimation systems. As Movea’s CTO, he is leading research projects dedicated to sensor sensing systems for consumer applications. Bruno also contributes to Movea’s roadmap and fosters innovation to grow Movea’s intellectual property portfolio. He was formerly a R&D Project manager, Group Manager and managed industrial research programs for sensor fusion at CEA-Leti for 15 years. He is the author of numerous technical papers and patents. Bruno holds a PhD in signal processing from Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble.
Dave Rothenberg, WW Marketing Director: Dave heads WW Marketing and Communications for Movea and has over 14 years of Go-To-Market experience productizing and commercializing new technologies for companies in Silicon Valley and Europe. He takes an interdisciplinary approach to business having held senior management roles in Marketing, Business Development, and Engineering, across a range of markets including: Enterprise Software, Wireless and Mobile, Consumer Electronics, Health and Fitness, and Web Services. Dave holds dual degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Physics from the University of Colorado, Boulder
Laurent Robin is in charge of the MEMS & Sensors market research at Yole Developpement. He previously worked at image sensor company e2v Technologies (Grenoble, France). He holds a Physics Engineering degree from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Toulouse, plus a Master Degree in Technology & Innovation Management from EM Lyon Business School, France.
Mike McLaughlin has been working with emerging technologies for over 12 years at IBM and Cisco and was a principal analyst at Gartner. He now leads all of Yole Développement's activities and business development for North America. Mike is a graduate of Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA