BEST OF SENSORS -- NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

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The BOSE and Engineering Excellence Awards are now open for nominations! Deadline to submit is Friday, April 1, 2016.

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BOSE and Engineering Excellence Nominations Open!

 

The 2016 Best of Sensors Expo Awards and Engineering Excellence Awards
will focus on applications and innovations in the world of sensors, as well as excellence among engineers. These prestigious awards are presented by the Executive Editor of Sensors Magazine, Mat Dirjish, at Sensors Expo & Conference, taking place June 21-23, 2016 at the McEnery Convention Center
in San Jose, CA.

The Engineering Excellence Awards will be presented on Tuesday, June 21st at the McEnery Convention Center during the Kick-Off Party.

The Best of Sensors Expo Awards will be presented on Wednesday, June 22nd during the SensorsFest networking reception on the Expo Floor.

        

Submissions will be accepted in the following categories:

Best of Sensors Expo Awards:

  • Innovation Awards: Click here for more information and to submit.
  • Applications Awards: Click here for more information and to submit.

Engineering Excellence Awards:

  • Engineering Team of the Year Awards: Click here for more information and to submit.
  • Rising Star Award: Click here for more information and to submit.
 

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Any questions? Please visit our Awards FAQ page.

Submission deadline is Friday, April 1st.

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