Sensors Expo takes place June 4-6 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. Register by midnight on Friday to save up to $450 on passes. The event includes a comprehensive conference program provides in-depth education and technical sessions across three full-day pre-conference symposia and nine tracks of sessions. And scientists from MIT Media Lab and NASA will deliver keynote addresses.
Of particular note is a track titled “Novel Approaches to Measurement & Detection,” presented in cooperation with EE-Evaluation Engineering, with Executive Editor Rick Nelson serving as co-organizer and moderator.
An introductory session will present strategic insights into the future of the world data-acquisition and sensor market. Other track topics include
- vibration sensing,
- IEEE 1451.2.4-compatible sensors,
- magnetoresistive field sensors,
- electrical-drive-train test,
- sensor noise suppression,
- inductive-displacement sensors,
- embedded microprocessor-based watchdogs, and
- in-vehicle datalogging.
Click here to register.