Participate in the Bay Area JUMPathon in conjunction with Sensors 2016!

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

JUMPathon at Sensors Expo

Participate in the Bay Area JUMPathon in conjunction with Sensors 2016!
Wednesday | June 22 | 1:00PM - 4:00PM

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) JUMP initiative invites you to the Bay Area JUMPathon, where innovators will brainstorm solutions to challenges facing the building sensors industry today. These solutions, upon commercialization, could realize significant energy savings and enhanced comfort.

With JUMP, DOE and national laboratories are engaging with industry partners to develop crowdsourcing campaigns that address specific technical challenges and accelerate the next generation of energy efficient building technologies. Winning ideas will be awarded cash prizes, and mentoring or incubation support by JUMP partners.

REGISTER NOW FOR JUMP!

 

All JUMPathon Participants receive a complimentary Expo Hall Pass!

JUMP is hosting four sensors-related calls for innovation:

  • Building Robotics and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Learn more >>
  • Callida Energy and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Learn more >>
  • Clean Energy Trust and Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) Learn more >>
  • Emerson Climate Technologies and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Learn more >>
 

Register now at Early Bird rates!

All JUMPathon Participants will receive a complimentary Expo Hall Pass to attend Sensors Expo. If you'd like to register for #Sensors16, click here.

Best Value - Gold Conference Pass!

Gold Conference Pass includes: choice of (1)
Pre-Conference Symposia, Kick-Off Party, Conference Sessions, Keynotes, Exhibit Hall, lunch, and all Networking events.

 

 

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