Real Intent and its distributor Claytronic Solutions participated this week at the the 28th International Conference on VLSI Design in Bangalore, January 5-7.
The conference is hosting industry’s first IoT-Ideathon, a 60 – hour long event, in which over 100 students and young professionals are taking part and to create 25 new and innovative applications in the internet-of-things.
In keeping with the IoT theme, Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani Monday predicted emergence of smart phones with biometric sensors in a keynote address.
“As biometric sensors get popular and cheaper, the next generation of smart phones will have iris cameras built into them. In a year or two, we will have sub-$100 smart phones with an iris camera that does authentication of the Aadhaar number,” Nilekani, a former Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) chief.