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Thursday June 14, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM PDT

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W Hotel San Francisco 
181 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: (415) 348-5005

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The Motion Interface market is at its inflection point, motion products are being adopted rapidly across numerous end markets. If you are interested in the future of Motion Interface, this is your opportunity to form new business relationships, discuss market opportunities, and get answers to your design development questions. The 2012 Motion Interface Conference offers unique opportunities for:

  • CEO/CTO/Marketing VP/Eng VP for Mobile Applications
  • Mobile Ecosystem Partners
  • Embedded System Developers
  • Mobile App Developers
  • Product Planners
  • Financiers, Venture Capitalists & Investment Firms
  • Industry Analysts & Technology Media


InvenSense Marketing 
InvenSense, Inc. 

Motion Interface a Transformational Technology

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Motion Interface Developers Conference 

Conference Overview

The 2012 InvenSense Motion Interface Developers Conference will bring together System OEM's, Ecosystem Partners, Application Developers, and Industry Analysts to learn about the technologies, market and future applications for Motion Interface in smartphones, tablets, and health and sports monitoring.

The market for Motion Interface technologies, including gyroscopes, accelerometers and magnetometers, is expected to exceed $2.5B by 2015.  Applications such as indoor location based services are continuing to fuel growth for Motion Interface in smartphones and tablets.  At the same time, new markets are emerging for wearable sensors in fitness and medical applications.

This all day event features a market review from recognized Motion Interface analysts, application specific panel discussions, including recognized leaders in the fields of location based services and wearable sensors, and developer-focused technology tracks covering performance requirements and design considerations for products embedding Motion Interface technology.

Invited Speakers and Attendees include:  Google, Microsoft, Texas Instruments, Qualcomm, Nvidia, Intel, Nokia, Motorola, Broadcom, Verizon, and many more...


 Only $199  Registration !

No Walk-Ins - Lunch Included



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Meet Our Speakers

Steve Nasiri, President & CEO, InvenSense, Inc.

Steven Nasiri is the founder of InvenSense and has served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman since its inception in 2003. Prior to founding InvenSense, Mr. Nasiri held various positions as a co-founder and executive of several MEMS companies, including SenSym (acquired by Honeywell), NovaSensor (acquired by General Electric), Integrated Sensor Solutions (acquired by Texas Instruments) and ISS-Nagano GmbH. He also has held key management and operations positions at several semiconductor companies, including National Semiconductor, Fairchild Semiconductor and Maxim Integrated Products. 

Mr. Nasiri is an inventor in over 50 patents and patent applications, and has authored many published papers and articles on MEMS technology.


Thomas Goetz, Executive Editor, Wired Magazine

As Executive Editor, Thomas Goetz oversees all aspects of Wired magazine.  In addition to guiding editorial content, Goetz writes frequently for the magazine on health and technology.  His writing has been selected for The Best American Science Writing and The Best Technology Writing anthologies.  Goetz was an executive editor at the Industry Standard, the late but lauded news magazine of the internet economy.  He has been a staff reporter at the Wall Street Journal and The Village Voice, and has written for The New York Times Magzine, Details, Rolling Stone and other publications.  He holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of California at Berkeley and a master's degree in American literature from the University of Virginia.  He graduated from Bates College.  

Jérémie Bouchaud, Director & Senior Principal Analyst, MEMS & Sensors, iSuppli

Jérémie Bouchaud is unique to the MEMS industry – his breadth of MEMS device and application knowledge is unmatched, particularly in terms of automotive, consumer markets and RF MEMS. He was a founder and head of MEMS research for Wicht Technologie Consulting. At IHS, Bouchaud is responsible for the MEMS service area.

The success of WTC was due to a large degree to the MEMS research which Bouchaud developed. In the course of his career, he has led more than 100 MEMS-related market research endeavors. Prior to WTC, he oversaw technology transfer for sensors and MEMS at the German office of CEA-LETI.

 Len Sheynblat, VP, Technology, Qualcomm

Len Sheynblat is Vice President of Technology for Qualcomm CDMA Technolgies. In this role he is leading efforts to integrate a variety of sensors into wireless devices that will enhance the user experience of these products and other mobile applications. For the past 25 years Mr. Sheynblat held several technical leadership positions developing a variety of radio-location systems and products. Prior to Qualcomm, Mr. Sheynblat served as Chief Architect at SnapTrack, a pioneer of Assisted GPS technology.

Stephen Whalley, Director, Sensors, Intel

Stephen Whalley is the Cross Platform Technology Director for Sensors in the Intel Architecture Group at Intel. In this capacity, Steve is responsible for sensor technology strategy definition, implementation consistency, and maximizing hardware and software reuse across Smartphone, Tablet and PC platforms. Previously, Whalley has managed numerous PC and server platform technology enabling activities and several industry initiatives while at Intel. He was also a founding contributor to the USB program and Chairman of the USB Implementers Forum from 1996 to 1998.

Moving to Chandler, Arizona in 1990 from the United Kingdom, Whalley has managed multiple product development and marketing programs in various areas of Intel. He joined Intel in February 1988, working as a European Marketing Manager in Swindon, England. Whalley earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering, graduating with Honors from the University of Salford, England. He also received a Masters Degree in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (‘Thunderbird’), Arizona.


Alissa M. Fitzgerald, Ph.D., Founder and Managing Member, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates, LLC

Dr. Fitzgerald founded the company in 2003. She has over 16 years of engineering experience in MEMS design, fabrication and product development. Having developed more than a dozen distinct MEMS devices, such as piezoresistive cantilevers, ultrasound transducers, and infrared imagers, she advises clients on the entire technology development cycle, from business and IP strategy, to initial design and prototyping, to foundry transfer. She is a recognized expert on reliability of brittle materials.

Prior to founding AMFitzgerald, Dr. Fitzgerald worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Sigpro, and Sensant Corporation, now part of Siemens. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees from MIT and her doctorate from Stanford University in Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Dr. Fitzgerald has numerous journal publications, holds four patents, and is a frequent lecturer at UC Berkeley, Stanford University and professional meetings. She currently serves on the Governing Council of the MEMS Industry Group.


Josh Marti, Chief Executive Officer/Founder, PointInside

Mr. Marti has a proven record of designing, developing and bringing to market cutting-edge technology products. While at Qualcomm Mr. Marti helped design Qualcomm’s LBS infrastructure products, and was responsible for implementations at Verizon, Sprint, China Unicom and many other wireless carriers around the world. He was also instrumental in creating and launching commercial wireless applications for such notable brands as Major League Baseball and the Universal Music Group. Mr. Marti has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Seattle University.

Marc Prioleau, Managing Director, Prioleau Advisors

Marc Prioleau has spent 15 years in the marketing, business development and management trenches of the location business, first with GPS providers like Trimble and SiRF and later in the location services market with deCarta and CloudMade. He founded Prioleau Advisors in 2009 to provide strategic and M&A advisory services to companies wanting to develop location-based mobile strategies. Marc tries to stay in the location market where he has good domain knowledge of the market, the technologies and the people...things often absent in the M&A process.


 Rajiv Kommineni, Market Development Manager, Texas Instruments

Rajiv Kommineni is a Market Development Manager with Texas Instruments, responsible for growing TI MCU business in the Health and Wellness (HW) and embedded RF markts. Prior to TI, Mr. Kommineni was a management consultant focused on the consumer electronics industry.  Mr Kommineni has an MBA from Cornell University and Masters in Engineering from Texas A&M University.   


Other speakers include:

Mark Francis, Business Venture Lead, Wearable Computing, Intel

Richard Najarian, Sr. Director GPS Business Unit, Broadcom

Andrew Chang, Co-Founder and CTO, LUMOback

Matt Miesnieks, CEO, Dekko

 Marc Kleinmaier, Head of Operator Ecosystem, North America

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