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Explore the Technology Track at Sensors Midwest over two days of Theater Sessions!

Attend Sensors Midwest - taking place September 28-28 at the Donald E.
 Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, ILExplore the technology track!

Sensors Midwest is just a few short weeks away! Save months of time in just two days while walking the expo floor and meeting with elite exhibitors, networking with your peers, and broadening your education in the Theater Sessions.

The Technology Track is just one of the three tracks being featured at Sensors Midwest and will explore a range of sensor technologies, including wearable, flexible, stretchable, weaveable, the new wave of highly stable pressure sensors and where they fit in the grand scheme of things, condition-monitoring MEMS accelerometers and so much more!

Don't miss out - register today for your all-inclusive pass to attend!

Technology Track Sessions include:

  • A New 22kHz MEMS Accelerometer for Condition Monitoring
  • Printed/Flexible/Stretchable/Weaveable Sensors: Technology and Applications for IoT and Wearables Applications
  • High and Ultra-High Stability Pressure Sensors for Today and Tomorrow’s Applications
  • Sensor Packaging Approaches for Harsh Environments
  • Adding Ultra-Low Power to Deeply Embedded Sensor Processing System
  • (em)Powering the Unplugged World with Thin and Flexible Mobile Power Technology
  • Mechanism and Applications of Resistive Flex Sensors

    Click here to view full session details and to view sessions in additional Tracks!

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Special Introductory Pass Rate for Attendees!
The Attendee Pass is all-inclusive and provides access to the Expo Floor, Theater Sessions, Networking Events, and to the SMTA International Expo Floor. Register soon for savings!

Add-On Pass Option – Register for the IIoT University for a full day of technical training aimed at designers of IIoT products and systems!

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