About the Conference

Many thanks to everyone who attended Wearable Sensors and Electronics 2014. We look forward to seeing you at our other upcoming events. For more information on MEMS and sensors, please visit MEMS Journal’s website at www.memsjournal.com.

If you were not able to attend, please click here to purchase the presentation slides from this conference. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Jessica Ingram at jessica@memsjournal.com.

Conference Topics

  • Worldwide wearable device trends: market drivers, demographic factors, emerging markets and applications, disruptive technologies, government policy effects.
  • Business aspects: competitive forces and dynamics, pricing trends, mergers and acquisitions, analyst forecasts and projections, manufacturing developments, technology transfer, regulatory compliance, ecosystems and hubs, company formation.
  • Technology trends and developments: wearable device architecture, sensor hubs, ultra-low power systems and components, energy harvesting, micro batteries and energy storage, supercapacitors, sensor fusion, software algorithms, context awareness, virtual sensors, connectivity with smartphones.
  • Emerging applications: digital health, body area networks, medical diagnostics and screening, genomics, safety and security, environmental, virtual reality, indoor navigation, quantified self, usage paid insurance.
  • Emerging manufacturing techniques and materials: flexible and printed electronics, smart glass, streamlined assembly techniques.
  • Emerging types of sensors: touch, pressure, thermal, radiation, humidity, chemical, high- performance image and IR, air and pollution, magnetic, water, radar, high performance inertial, high performance microphones, microphone arrays.
  • Emerging types of actuators: high performance micro speakers, optical zoom, micro shutters, energy harvesters.
Who Should Attend
  • CEOs
  • CTOs
  • Entrepreneurs
  • VPs of engineering
  • VPs of marketing
  • VPs of business development
  • MEMS foundry managers
  • Product managers and engineers
  • Marketing, sales and business development managers
  • MEMS and sensors production managers and engineers
  • MEMS and sensors design managers and engineers
  • Business development professionals
  • Industry analysts
  • Investment bankers
  • MEMS and sensors consultants
  • Media representatives

Conference Location

Biltmore Hotel & Suites
2151 Laurelwood Road
Santa Clara, CA 95054
408-988-8411 (phone)

Hotel Information

The conference and reception will be held at the Biltmore Hotel & Suites. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Biltmore for a negotiated rate of $179.00 per night. The room block cut-off date is November 5, 2014.

To reserve online, please go to: http://bit.ly/WSE14Hotel and click the “Book a Room” button. You can also call in your reservation directly to 800-255-9925; please ask for the discounted room rate for the Wearable Sensors conference.

The Biltmore is approximately 4 miles from the Mineta San Jose Airport (SJC). The hotel has shuttle service available; please call the Biltmore at 408-988-8411 to schedule shuttle service.


"The Wearable Sensors and Electronics 2014 conference was an excellent event - well attended by luminaries from both the sensor space and wearables application area. The speakers and speaker topics were very engaging and thought provoking, and there was plenty of valuable networking opportunities at breakfast, lunch, and the cocktail reception - extremely important connections were made for our startup company."
Ian Campbell, CEO and Founder

“Wireless Sensors and Electronics 2014 far exceeded my expectations. The collection of talks/topics were well thought out and the contents has a lot of information and insight. The networking opportunity was excellent. Congratulations to the organizers and speakers."
Mehran Mehregany, PhD, Director and Professor, Case Western Reserve University

"The conference was very well organized and the topics presented were very carefully chosen and they had covered a wide range of issues pertinent to wearable sensors and electronics. I could certainly take a great deal of information on broad range of topics from technical design issues to security and legal problems from very knowledgeable speakers. In all, this was among the most informative conferences I have ever attended."
Farhad Razavi, Sr. Staff Engineer, MFLEX

Contact Information

Dr. Mike Pinelis
President and CEO
MEMS Journal, Inc.
734-277-3599 (phone)

Jessica Ingram
Project Manager
MEMS Journal, Inc.
360-929-0114 (phone)