Sensors are omnipresent in our daily lives. We find them in simple temperature sensors in refrigerators or as complex systems in cars and airplanes, our smartphones have a wide variety of sensors, and we network our homes with smart home applications.
Which requirements for connectivity and security of sensors have developed over the last years and which trends can be expected will be explained by Prof. Thomas Ortlepp in his keynote speech on “Security in Sensor Technology in Society 5.0”. On January 25, 2023, he will thus open the first “Asa no Kai”, a networking breakfast organized by LEG Thüringen in cooperation with the German-Japanese Business Circle e.V. (DJW) for interested parties who want to inform themselves about security in sensor technology in a condensed and effective manner and at the same time network with the most important actors and players in the topic.
Prof. Thomas Ortlepp, one of the managing directors of the CiS Research Institute for Microsensors, will share his experience and insights in the field of sensor technology, as well as discuss current developments and future trends in Japan. Since 2015, he has held the Chair of Sensors and Energy Efficient Microelectronics at Yokohama National University in Japan.
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