Fueled by advances in technology, new applications, Internet of Things (IoT) and market hype, growth in the sensors market is expected to exceed USD 345 billion at a CAGR of 8.9% by 2028 (Allied Market Research). This unprecedented growth continues to pose industry challenges related to inferior product quality, product misrepresentation, non-adherence to standards and lack of independent certification solutions.
The IEEE Sensors Registry has been designed to address ongoing market needs and help alleviate some of these challenges by consolidating this information in a searchable database.
Easily Access Key Information on Sensors Products
Offered as a web-based service, the IEEE Sensors Registry provides authoritative and trustworthy information on sensors products that can benefit participating manufacturers, buyers, and registry users.
Benefits for Manufacturers, Registry Users and Sensors Purchasers
- Declare any certifications your products may have and the standards they adhere to
- Publish detailed product information via data sheets
- Participate in the development of Sensors Certification program that can help differentiate your products from non-certified competitors
- Promote your products to a global audience
View the IEEE Sensors Registry platform and learn how it can benefit your company by increasing market reach.
IEEE IoT Sensors Advisory Committee
Internet of Things (IoT) sensors have experienced explosive growth during the last decade and are poised for continued mass-scale adoption in smart cities, manufacturing, energy, healthcare, and automotive industries, including the forthcoming autonomous vehicle markets. This explosive growth has exposed issues that are beginning the plague the adoption of IoT across industries.
Network interoperability and cybersecurity are the two most important issues consistently identified in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors industry surveys and market reports show that they are the biggest impediments to market growth.
To meet these challenges, IEEE created the IEEE IoT Sensors Advisory Committee, which will be housed under the IEEE Industry Connections (IC) program and will work closely with the IEEE Conformity Assessment Program (ICAP) to jointly develop solutions to the requirements suggested by industry experts that participate in the advisory committee.
Who Should Participate
- Manufacturers, Integrators, Solution Providers
- End-user communities
- Government regulators
- Test Laboratories
Sensors Webinar Series
This webinar series covers the importance of sensors and provides a path to achieving interoperability and security. The series featured prominent industry experts who share their experience, best practices and pitfalls to avoid. It also covers how sensors are used across the, industrial IoT, consumer devices, medical, and automotive industries.
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