It is our
pleasure to invite all scientists, academicians, young researchers, business
delegates, and students from all over the world to attend the Global
Summit on Analog Electronics, Sensors and Signal Processing (GSAESS2024) will
be held in Barcelona, Spain during October 14-16 2024.
provides a platform of international standards where you can discuss and share
persuasive key advances in electronics and Sensors and Signal Processing. In
addition to Presentations, Workshops, and Discussions, the conference also
offers a unique venue for renewing professional relationships, networking, and
remaining up-to-date variations in our challenging and expanding discipline.
not only increased the number of opportunities for you to network with
colleagues from across the world but also introduced more focused sessions that
will feature cutting-edge presentations, special panel discussions, and
livelier interaction with industry leaders and experts.
forward to an excellent meeting with scientists from different countries around
the world and sharing new and exciting results in Global Summit on
Analog Electronics, Sensors and Signal Processing (GSAESS2024).
Justina J| Event Manager
Apex Global Meetings
Analogue and Digital Signal Processing
Power Electronics, Systems and Applications
Microelectronics and Computer Technology
Sensing and Sensor Networks
Advanced Power Semiconductors
Signals, Communications & Networking
Infrared Sensors, Devices and Thermography
Polymer Materials for Sensors
Micro and Nanosensors
Sensor Interfacing and Signal Conditioning
Nanomaterials and Electronics Technology for Sensors
Sensing and Imaging
Multi Sensor Fusion
Sensing for Robotics and Automation
Wearable Sensors, Devices and Electronics
Signal Processing, Deep Learning in Sensor Systems
Actuators and Sensor Power Systems
Machine/Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Sensing and Imaging
Power Electronics and Batteries
Sensor Instrumentation and Measuring Technology
Bio-Medical, Bio-Inspired Circuits/Systems
Signal Processing, Image and Video
Sensors and Sensing Systems
Sensor Interface Design Challenges in Precision Measurement Systems
Wireless Communications Systems
The digital signal processor market
is expected to register a CAGR of 7.28% during the forecast period (2022 -
2027). The digital signal processor market is anticipated to witness
significant growth owing to the excessive usage of digital signal processor
chips in consumer electronics. Several consumer electronics, such as mobile
phones, have become a major requirement worldwide and have observed a considerable
user surge. According to the BankMyCell, mobile phone users worldwide have
increased significantly from 4.30 billion in 2016 to 7.10 billion in 2021.
Within the mobile phone industry, a
major portion of customers uses smartphones. The number of smartphone users
increased from 6.02 billion in 2020 to 6.37 billion in 2021. Further, based on
forecast figures by Ericsson and The Radicati Group, smartphone users are
expected to increase to 7.33billion by 2025. Mobile devices are the major
adopters of digital signal processors, and their growth is further anticipated
to boost the market size for digital signal processors during the forecast
Additionally, an increase in data
traffic and the usage of technologies such as Internet Protocol (IP) cameras
for video surveillance are expected to boost product demand worldwide.
Moreover, due to its cost benefits, digital signal processing has grown as the
leading technology for developing high-performance communication systems.
However, due to challenging real-time
limitations, although performance has always been the most critical parameter
for digital signal processor quality comparison, the past two decades have seen
a drift. Through the rapid migration of digital signal processors from military
applications to low-cost applications in portable devices such as laptops,
smartphones, and CD players, power consumption and cost have become crucial
parameters when selecting a digital signal processor.
Further, the effect of COVID-19 on
the mobile devices market has been moderate. Moreover, the pandemic changed the
perception of the current global supply chain in manufacturing, potentially
leading to more localized value chains and further regionalization to minimize
similar risks shortly.
The decline in consumer spending
owing to the pandemic has led to a decline in smartphone sales to a certain
level, which has eventually declined the demand for digital signal processors
on a short-term basis. The decline in disposable income is mainly due to the
negative effect of the pandemic on economic conditions.