Andreas Spanias (right), professor of electrical engineering and director of the Sensor, Signal and Information Processing Center, welcomes SENS MACH speakers Jose Vargas, Director of the Center for Electronics and Telecommunications (left) and Rafaela Villalpando Hernandez, both from ITESM.

SENS MACH ‘16 previews next decade of ubiquitous sensing networks

As the Internet of Things becomes the Internet of Everything and IoTivity bridges the chasm between smart phones, smart homes and smart cities into cloud, crowd and shroud computing, the minds behind the tech ponder where all the interconnections will lead.

The global arenas of food, medical care, clean energy, clean environment and disaster resilience will rely heavily on the interlinking of new of sensor and signal technologies over the next ten years.

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