First round of speakers announced for Medical Sensors Design Conference!

First round of speakers announced for Medical Sensors Design Conference!
 
 

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Registration is now open for the Medical Sensors Design Conference

 

Hear from elite industry speakers at MSDC 2017!

 

Medical Sensors Design Conference is proud to announce its preliminary speaker lineup for the inaugural 2017 event. From Next Generation Sensing to Sensors Identifying Concussions to Sensors Improving Clinical Trials, these presentations feature the leaders impacting the medical sensor industry’s future. Hear them all when you register in advance with Early Bird rates and savings up to $100 off.

 

 
 
 

Event Highlights Include:

 
  • Registration is now open for the Medical Sensors Design ConferenceAttend two days of technical and engaging sessions focusing on distinct tracks and themes including Bio Sensors, Data & Analytics, Security, Wearables, and more.
  • See technology in action and learn about the latest medical applications in Vendor Learning Labs.
  • Visit the focused exhibition and meet with top sensors companies showcasing their medical applications.
  • Experience invaluable networking opportunities for attendees to meet, learn, and get inspired by top sensor design innovators at Networking Lunches, Receptions, and an exciting Pitchfire.
 

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