July 14 & July 15, 2020

Sensory Motion Tracking

The Future of
Human Digital Interaction


The Future of Human Digital Interaction
Sensory motion tracking enabled by smart sensors is at the forefront of our fourth industrial age, pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence and machine learning further than we could have imagined.

Already widely used in animation productions, elite athletes now use motion sensors to enhance their performance and sports enthusiasts to improve their tennis serve or golf swing. In healthcare, motion tracking is helping people to monitor their heart rates, sleep patterns and fitness levels. This groundbreaking technology is opening the possibilities for entrepreneurs and innovators to transform their own industries. Our physical, biological and technological worlds are merging like never before, and the potential of sensory motion tracking is only restricted by the extent of our imagination.



Arun Vydhyanathan is Business Manager for Wearable Sensors and Director Engineering of the Xsens Shanghai team. Arun joined Xsens in March 2008, prior to this role, he has been a Lead Engineer and a Research Engineer involved in developing multi-sensor fusion algorithms and leading technical developments for the Xsens Inertial Sensor Modules product line. Arun holds a M.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering from Ohio University, USA.