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Sensors Expo to Showcase Sensing Technologies and Systems

The Sensors Expo & Conference will feature advanced sensing systems and technologies at Rosemont, IL-based Donald E. Stephens Convention Center from June 7 to 9, 2010.

Sensors Expo & Conference

Well-known experts from the industry will participate in this year’s thrilling program and examine the most recent innovations.

The Expo will showcase state-of-the-art sensing systems and technologies that will help the industry experts attending the Expo to analyse and make proper decisions.

Ronald Mallet, University of Connecticut’s Professor of Theoretical Physics, will be the keynote speaker at the Expo. His speech titled ‘Time Traveler: A Scientist's Personal Mission to Make Time Travel a Reality,’ will discuss Relativity and Space-Time Theories of Einstein. These theories helped Mallet develop the basic equation related to a working time machine.

MultiTrack Educational Sessions at the Expo will cover topics such as Wireless Networking, Novel Approaches to Measurement, Low Power Sensing, Bio-Sensing, Energy Harvesting, Power/Smart Grid Monitoring & Control, Monitoring Tools & Applications, MEMS, and MCUs.

Top class vendors who will be present at the Expo include X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, Silver Sponsor EPSON TOYOCOM, Micronas GmbH, Senseor, Electrovac, Interplex Engineered Products, Inc., IKONICS Imaging Industrial Solutions, and many more.


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