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Sensors Expo Focuses on Sensors and Acquisition Systems

The Sensors Expo & Conference 2010 will be preceded by a pre-conference symposium at the Rosemont, IL based Donald E. Stephens Convention Center on June 7, 2010.

The pre-conference attendees will have the option to select their participation in the four day long, in-depth sessions. Each of these sessions offers an insight into technology areas relating to MEMS-based sensor systems, sensor networking, data acquisition systems and energy harvesting and storage.

The events producer Questex Media Group’s Conference Director Tom Bliss informed that these attendees will gain insights into the most mission critical and hottest sensor technologies and applications.

Data acquisition systems, The Realities of Cellular and Satellite Technologies for Sensor Networking, Power Management: Energy Harvesting & Storage and Think Outside  the Chip: MEMS Based System Solutions are the main subjects to be discussed at the pre-conference symposia. The data acquisition course will be led by Automated Software Technology’s President Dan Shangraw and will concentrate on data acquisition basics with a detailed description on data acquisition theory. Mr. Shangraw will also explain the way to connect sensors to a data acquisition system that is PC-based. The course will also concentrate on minimizing data acquisition systems’ noise.

Digi International Research and Development unit’s SVP and CTO Joel Young will highlight the latest satellite technologies and the reason why hardware and service plan costs are no longer a barrier. The attendees will be taught how to integrate cellular and satellite technologies so that satellite and cellular end users are able to easily switch between technologies. Young will also analyze how the increase in  satellite and solutions that facilitating a new environment of anywhere connectivity is very useful for many sensor networking applications.

Roger Grace Associates’ President Roger H. Grace will present on the MEMS-based systems solutions from a world wide perspective and cover existing and future applications and cover important issues related to development of the MEMS system along with its design, production and testing. The focus areas include system elements complementing the MEMS sensors/actuators such as microcontrollers, networking circuits, embedded software/intelligence algorithms and their interaction with MEMS gadgets.

The Sensors Conference sessions will then be continued on June 8 and June 9 and will include eight educational tracks and forty technical sessions related to energy harvesting, wireless networking, MCUs and MEMS, novel measurement approaches, monitoring tools and applications, and monitoring and control of smart/power grid. Besides the conference program, this event showcases the sensor and sensor-integrated systems at the largest scale.

The show exhibitors include Micronas GmbH, GE Sensing, X-FAB Semiconductor, Silver Sponsor EPSON TOYOCOM, and many more.

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