In addition to their particular measuring tasks, today’s sensors must be able to make independent process decisions as well as to control and optimize processes in real time. For this purpose, it is important that the sensors are capable of complex signal processing, self-diagnosis, and independent validity testing, are able to evaluate, summarize and pass on information about themselves and the environment as well as making decisions on this basis.
At the conference “Smart Sensors–Mechanistic and Data-Driven Modeling”, which will be held on 1-2 October 2018 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, experts from academia and industry, suppliers and users will discuss how smart sensors can promote “biotechnology 4.0”. The conference deals with current and future developments within this area, provides insights into specific applications and highlights challenges and opportunities.
The conference is organized by DECHEMA e.V. and supported by the DECHEMA working group Biotechnology Measurement and Control (Fachgruppe Messen und Regeln in der Biotechnologie) and ESBES Section on Modelling, Monitoring, Measurement & Control (M3C). In this event, projects and results will be presented to a broad international audience from both industry and science.
Following topics are covered in “Smart Sensors” conference:
1. Sensors and sensor concepts for closed-loop control
2. Sensor networks
3. Intelligent sensors
4. Life cycle management of sensors
5. Self-monitoring sensors
6. Virtual sensors
7. Digitalisation concepts for sensors
In order to register for the conference, view the conference program or submit a last-minute poster (until August 24th) please visit the conference website: https://dechema.de/en/SmartSensors2018.html
For further information please contact:
Tel.: +49 69 – 7564 280