The Future of Sensing Technology Applications for the Aerospace Industry to be Featured at Sensors Expo & Conference 2015

Sensors 2015

The Future of Sensing Technology Applications for the Aerospace Industry to be Featured at Sensors Expo & Conference 2015

Who: Engineers and scientists in the aerospace and defense industry

What: Committed to providing attendees with access to cutting-edge sensor technology and the market’s most authoritative thought leaders, the 2015 Sensors Expo & Conference will feature a variety of opportunities for those in the aerospace industry to learn about the latest sensing technologies driving tomorrow’s solutions for their unique industry. From Energy Harvesting to Measurement & Detection, Internet of Things (IoT) to MEMS, attendees will benefit from more than 24 aerospace-related conference sessions and hear directly from nearly 200 innovative exhibitors showcasing applications in aerospace including Alta Devices, Dytran Instruments, EFT Sensing System, LORD Microstrain, NASA Langley Research Center, and PCB Piezotronics. Join colleagues from Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, SpaceX and many others as the future of sensing technology in aerospace is explored.  

Featured aerospace sessions include:

 For the full agenda visit http://www.sensorsexpo.com/education

Where: Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California

When: June 9-11, 2015 (Pre-Conference Symposia on June 9; Conference and Exhibits on June 10-11)

Supporting Quotes:
“PCB Piezotronics views the Sensors Expo & Conference as one of our most important tradeshows. We’re excited about this year’s venue in Southern California because it is one of the centers for aerospace R&D,” said Bob Metz, Director of Aerospace and Defense, PCB Piezotronics. “With the demanding requirements of the aerospace industry, we’ll be showcasing some of our more interesting new products to the aerospace community including Ultra High Temperature Sensors (UHT-12™)  and a collection of our most popular products that the aerospace community values, and we call that our Platinum Stock  Program.  It means we keep 10,000 of our most popular sensors in stock that can ship fast, with lifetime warranty and are backed by 24/7 Application Engineering support.”

Quick Links:

Contacts: Exhibitor sign up is available by contacting Cal Groton or Joe Zuccerella. For further information on the event, please contact Charlene Soucy.

Read more here.

www.sensorsexpo.com

 

 

 

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