Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Fastest 50 in USA: Sensors and their systems on show!

For the second consecutive year, the leading event in the USA focused exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems, Sensors Expo & Conference has been named to Trade Show Executive's (TSE) Fastest 50 list. Recognised in the category of “Total Attendance,” the 2014 Sensors event welcomed over 5,000 attendees to explore the latest in cutting-edge sensor innovations. The 2015 Conference is expected to continue to grow as the industry’s longest running sensor event moves to the West Coast June 9-11 at the Long Beach Convention Centre in California (USA)

“Sensors Expo & Conference has been providing attendees with the knowledge and access they need to the latest in sensor technologies for the past 30 years, but with the rapid evolution of the market and the introduction of new concepts such as the Internet of Things, the demand for education and early access to innovations has never been higher,” said Mat Dirjish, Executive Editor, Sensors Magazine, official publication of the event. “We are thrilled to be recognized by TSE for our efforts to educate and connect this new generation of sensor evangelists as they seek out new technologies and create new solutions.”

Featuring the largest showcase of sensing technologies on the market today and with more than 65 conference sessions dedicated to topics such as Energy Harvesting, Internet of Things, MEMs, Sensors Fusion, Sensors at Work, Smart Cities, Wireless, and Wearables, the 2015 Sensors Expo & Conference offers engineers and innovators the ideal environment for education, networking, and access to the latest in sensing technologies. Hosted in Long Beach, California, the event also provides attendees with easy access to Silicon Valley and the cutting-edge markets of Aerospace & Defense, Medical, and Entertainment.

For 2015, Sensors will also offer new and expanded exhibit and sponsorship opportunities, including new Technology Pavilions, Product Showcases, Startup Opportunities, Branding Sponsorships, and more. More than 200 companies are already scheduled to exhibit including All Sensors Corp., Analog Devices, B-SCADA, EM Microelectronic, Freescale Semiconductor, Hoffman + Krippner, LORD MicroStrain, PCB Piezotronics, ROHM Semiconductor, Texas Instruments, and ZMDI. 

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