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Attend Sensors Expo & Conference 2016 in San Jose, CA!

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Sensors Expo & Conference is the industry's premier event for sensors and sensing technology. Now taking place in the epicenter of innovation - San Jose, California from June 21 to 23 - Sensors promises to deliver the solutions for your present sensing challenges while exploring the technologies that are driving tomorrow's solutions.

PLUS, for the third year in a row, Sensors Expo & Conference was named one
of the Fastest 50 Trade Shows by Tradeshow Executive Magazine. Register to attend and be a part of one of the fastest growing shows in the country!

    Register today and claim your FREE Expo Hall Pass that includes:

  • 2 Day Exhibit Hall (Wed - Thu): Meet with 250+ top suppliers, brands, and emerging companies and share insights to the future of the industry
  • Visionary Keynotes (Wed - Thu): Discover exciting innovation and engaging discussions with the industry's most thought provoking leaders
  • Networking Events (Wed - Thu): Catch up with colleagues and meet new ones as you mingle at Networking Breakfasts, Show Floor Receptions, and further your education in the Sensors Live Theater

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