Enabling the Next Generation of Sustainable Motion Detection & Sensing

This webinar will introduce new sensing technology, which will enable a new generation of smart, sustainable, remote, motion sensing. Most of the discussion will focus on the ADXL367, a brand-new triaxial accelerometer function, which improves size, power and resolution (noise), over prior industry-best solutions, by a factor of 2x, while also adding a number of power-saving features. For example, unique integration of the tap/double-tap detection function only adds ~35nA of current demand and eliminates the need for digital monitoring/processing of the motion data. The bottom line is that this technology is enabling life-changing functions in personal health/fitness, along with many asset monitoring functions in a wide range of industrial, defense and aerospace applications.

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  • Presenter
  • Brock Bearss

    Applications Engineer, Inertial MEMS/Automotive

Brock Bearss is a Senior Product Applications Engineer at Analog Devices. Brock has worked in inertial MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems) for 8 years developing accelerometers and gyroscopes for applications ranging from ultralow power sensors to automotive crash sensors and ultrahigh performance sensors for autonomous vehicles. Brock has focused on customer engagement and new product definition to bring ADI’s wide portfolio of inertial products to the market. Outside of the office you can find Brock snowboarding, rock climbing, or playing volleyball. Brock holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Nanotechnology from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.

  • Presenter
  • Pablo delCorro

    Application Engineer, Inertial MEMS Sensors

Pablo del Corro received the bachelor degree in electronic engineering in 2012 and the Ph.D. degree in engineering sciences from Instituto Balseiro, Argentina in 2017. His Ph.D. thesis was focused in the design and characterization of MEMS devices. He joined Analog Devices in 2019 as a Product Applications Engineer for the MEMS group, where he provides technical support for broad market accelerometers and gyroscopes components.