Global Semiconductor and Electronics Forum (GSEF) brings together the end to end value chain in semiconductors and consumer electronics. As one of the industry’s most important gatherings, the Forum explores current and future trends and finds solutions to business-hindering challenges.
In light of the recent global developments around the COVID-19 virus, we have made the decision to bring the Global Semiconductor and Electronics Forum to you as a virtual event this year. GSEF 2020 will offer a unique customised, networking platform, designed specifically to facilitate business development opportunities, in addition to private meeting introductions and a packed conference agenda.
Topics covered at GSEF 2020
This year’s agenda will reflect key concerns and opportunities within the market with special attention on two leading industries: consumer electronics and the automotive industry.
Key topics will include 5G, AI, Advanced Manufacturing Processes (5nm), IoT, Connected Cars, Autonomous Driving, MEMS, Industry 4.0, Test Solutions, Silicon Design, Verification & IP, Electronics Supply Chain, Advanced Packaging Technologies, AR/VR, Big Data & Robotics.
Join our virtual forum to discuss and collaborate on key concerns, ideas and trends within the current market, create new business partnerships and meet with key decision makers within the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing industry.
This is an exceptional networking opportunity for industry accelerators. Meet industry C-Suite and Director level executives to make valuable connection at this annual thought leadership platform.
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Executive/Senior Vice President of Technology
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Executive/Senior Vice President of Engineering
Executive/Senior Vice President of Manufacturing
Executive/Senior Vice President Product Line/Function
Executive/Senior Vice President of Design
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From Europe, North America and Asia
Join like-minded peers to learn new perspectives and case studies through presentation, panel discussions, interactive round tables and workshops.
GSEF is made up of:
The Global Semiconductor Forum (GSF)
GSF in its own right has been running for over a decade, hosting well-respected and high-ranking semiconductor developers to present, discuss and collaborate on key concerns, ideas, and trends within the current market.
The Global Electronics Forum (GEF)
GEF has provided opportunities for delegates to develop lasting relationships, create new business partnerships and meet with key decision-makers within the electronics manufacturing industry.
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For our Delegates:
• Long term implications for semiconductor and electronics sectors
• Evaluating the economic impact
• Strategies to ensure continuity in supply chain and way to move forward
• Identifying the challenges and recognising opportunities brought by the pandemic
• Increasing levels of ADAS depend on progress in image sensors, and LiDAR and radar systems:
• Review the challenges of automotive imaging conditions for the sensor optimisation
• Review the growing need for AI assistance to make local decisions At the same time, the drive train is going fully electric:
• Review the progress in efficient conversion between battery and motor
• Review role of Wide Bandgap materials for higher efficiency, smaller size and weight, and better cooling.
• Review functional safety for the automotive design process to deliver the car of the future
• Supply Chain 4.0: can IoT, Big Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, Robotics, Additive Manufacturing, Blockchain, Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence help mitigate supply chain risk?
• Digital supply networks that enable end-to end visibility, collaboration, responsiveness, agility, and optimisation must be built and designed to anticipate disruptions and mitigate impacts
• Using IoT to leverage the power of smart machines and real-time analytics to maximise data
• Exploring how smart sensors and actuators will enhance manufacturing and industrial processes
• Machine to machine communication for better practice
• Successful deployment of IoT systems
• Bringing IoT devices into the self-driving vehicles
• Innovative techniques for IoT infrastructure security
• Interoperability of IoT communication technologies
• Overcoming challenges around sensor and integrated circuits developments
• Preparing the industry for the new age of information
• The growth in LIDAR Sensors, Visual cue sensors, Pressure sensors, Proximity sensors and Bio-sensors
• Beyond first deployment
• Analysing how 5G will impact disruptive technologies
• Wireless communication - opportunities and challenges
• 5G and national security implications - How will 5G improve intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems and processing
• How will 5G introduce new methods of command and control
• How will flexible displays and sensors ensure wearables are thin, light and robust
• How will they facilitate greater user experience and compatibility with the user’s lifestyle
A Heterogeneous Integration Roadmap is critically needed to focus on new materials and new devices, new architecture, designs, manufacturing processes and new methodologies to bring diverse components together into a System-in-Package (SiP).
• Addressing future vision
• Exploring heterogeneous Integration for special applications
• Winners and losers in the autonomous driving race
• How to enhance Car2Car or Car2X Communication
• Intelligent solutions for driving in cities - Road safety and city infrastructure assessment
• Connected vehicles (IoT, 5G, Smart cities)
• Exploring the growing demand of in-vehicle semiconductors
• Creating a future of mobility that is safe and sustainable
• Assessing the future of the semiconductor and consumer electronic industries post Covid-19
• Is China facing a post-pandemic manufacturing exodus? In the era of trade wars and coronavirus, not made in China becomes the global tech's next big trend
• New manufacturing clusters in Southeast Asia - companies and governments are investing to relocate production back home or diversify it into Southeast Asia
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