The invisible power of sensor networks

The 6th edition of the international ISN Conference took place on 3 November 2015 at High Tech Campus Eindhoven in The Netherlands.

The conference was successful, attracting over 120 international delegates, and provided great intellectual and social interaction for the participants.

Top speakers from Cisco, TNO, CSIC, University of Cambridge, Koning & Hartman,Trakkies, JePPIX, WIBU-Systems/ Industrial Internet Consortium, AAEON, Ideatics, UtterBerry Ltd, provided brilliant insights into key issues of interest: Smart Infrastructure (Building Management, Infrastructure Monitoring, Bridges, Water management), Smart Industry / Industry 4.0 and Smart Logistics.

Find more about the 2015 edition!

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Who should attend the next edition?

The conference is mainly addressed to:

  • companies/organizations who want to deploy sensor networks
  • hardware and software manufacturers
  • ISP’s
  • research organisations

but is open and of interest to anyone who sees potential in sensors and intelligent sensor networks!

Before the event, the registered participants will receive a list with all the attendees at the conference.

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Fast Facts on the Importance of Sensors and Sensor Networks

Sensors and sensor networks are becoming more and more important within our daily lives for our personal use as well as for industrial or business use. Real time information from ‘the real world’ to support decision making and control of vital processes will be an integral part of everyday life.

Wireless, smart networked sensors will soon be part of all our day-to-day activities, collecting and processing large amounts data, from traffic and weather conditions, to air quality and tidal flows.

The development of new technology has great potential for improving many current applications in areas such as:

  • Smart buildings and cities
  • Transportation
  • Industrial process control
  • Medicine – home and assisted living medical care
  • Precision agriculture
  • Global scale environmental monitoring

In a fast developing world, we think it is crucial to maintain updated and learn more about the existing technologies and applications, the challenges met by the industry, while taking a glimpse into the future of intelligent sensor networks.


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