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For information about the various sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities, contact Sashien Godakandae, CABA Business Development Coordinator at godakandae@caba.org or call at 613.686.1814 x 229.

 

Industry Building Tours

If you have not already booked your tour and are interested in attending,
please send an email to caba@caba.org with your name and tour selection.


     
 Tour #1 - Google
 9:30 am - 11:30 am
 Number of Attendees:  20 Max
 2637 Marine Way,
 Mountain View, CA


 

 
     
 Tour #2 - Intel Corporation  10:30 am - 12:00 Noon
  Number of Attendees:  20 Max
 3600 Juliette Ln
 Santa Clara, CA


Take a tour through the Intel Corporation Campus in Santa Carla.  Starting in Building SC12 to see smart lighting, collaboration room, potentially Yanzi deployment.  Then tour RNB building Café – only technology remote carts/remote ordering, courtyard – water saving, roof top, solar charges and museum. 


 

 
   
Tour #3 - Delta Group  10:30 am - 12:00 Noon
 Number of Attendees:  25 Max

 46101 Fremont Blvd
 Fremont, CA


Delta Americas’ LEED Platinum Headquarters: 178,000 sqft. facility on 15.5 acres with 616kW Solar PV System utilizing (28) of Delta’s high-efficiency PV Inverters, Ground Source Heat Pump System, Bi-Directional Radiant Heating & Cooling, Active Chilled Beams, (19) of Delta’s EV Chargers, Energy-saving Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), 140,000 gallon Rainwater Harvesting Tank, Building Energy Management & Automation.  Check out Delta Corporation Products YouTube video on this location: 
https://youtu.be/jCd4DLNJlmk


             
   
 Tour #4 - CBRE 360
 9:30 am - 11:30 am
 Number of Attendees:  20 Max
 225 W Santa Clara Street
 San Jose, CA
 Website

          
   
 Tour #5 - PARC, a Xerox Company  9:00 am - 11:00 am
 Tour Theme:  
Printed IOT sensors
 Number of Attendees:  20 Max
 3333 Coyote Hill Road
 Palo Alto, CA
 Website

The future Internet of Things (IOT) will require custom solutions to sense and interpret the world. Printing is a promising approach to both mass produce and customize sensor systems for the IOT. Hybrid, flexible printed sensor systems can address both the desired form factor and the exact sensing modality for a variety of applications. For example, structural monitoring for cars, airplanes or buildings requires seamless incorporation of sensors within the very fabric of components. Sensors can be printed in a laminate form or even as part of an additively manufactured component. Arrays of sensors can be readily fabricated through printing, while data acquisition and communication are best performed by thin silicon microcircuits. Printed sensor arrays with combinatorial capabilities are especially powerful for accurate detection. PARC has a long history of developing large-area sensor arrays for detection of light, radiation or acoustic signals. More recently, our team has been focusing on the integration of printed electronics with sensors, microchips and other discrete components. Powering sensor systems with printed energy harvesting or wirelessly is also an important part of the solution. The combination of these technologies is now mature enough to enable specialized smart labels, for example,  chemical sensors in cold chain logistics. Similar sensors can also be deployed in networked configurations for infrastructure monitoring. We will present some key PARC projects in this area, in particular: 
  • Stick and peel environmental sensors for buildings
  • Printed gas sensors for detecting leaks
  • Printed hybrid wireless strain sensors
  • Wireless energy harvesting
  • Smart packaging

The tour will also provide insight into the unique innovation methodologies at PARC. Our work involves not only technologists but also social scientists as well as innovation & business experts. PARC is an Open Innovation company and is engaged with a broad spectrum of clients in the printed electronics ecosystem. This means we are uniquely positioned to understand, foresee and respond to technology trends.

 
   
 Tour #6 - Intel Tiny House  9:30 am - 11:30 am
 Number of Attendees:  20 Max
   3600 Juliette Ln
 Santa Clara, CA


What you’re going to see is how Amazon Alexa, in combination with Intel technology and MiOS’ advanced monitoring and control solutions, can be used to control your smart home throughout the day simply by using your voice. All of the technology you’ll see today is connected through Wi-Fi powered by a gateway based on the Intel AnyWAN SoC, and many of the complex voice controls are enabled through an Intel-based home hub running the MiOS home automation software.  Check out the Intel Tiny House video below, or click here to download more information.


 


 
 Tour #7 - Google's Visitor Center  12 Noon - 1:00 pm
 Number of Attendees: 20 Max
 1911 Landings Drive
 Mountain View, CA