SENSOR EXPO 2015: Your Opportunity is Here at the Industry's Leading Event!

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Your Opportunity is Here at the Industry's Leading Event!

Sensors Expo & Conference 2015 is continuing its success as the longest running event exclusively dedicated to sensors. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year, Sensors Expo will be bringing together the world's top engineers involved in the development and deployment of sensors and sensor systems. The 2015 event is scheduled for June 9-11 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.

The 2015 website and attendee registration launched this week and engineers are already registering to attend the event! Secure your space and gain top exposure in front of over 100,000 prospects. Act fast, exhibitor sign ups are running 30% ahead of last year and are sure to sell out soon!

Sensors 2014 was a great success and we're continuing that momentum in 2015. Don't take our word for it!

Highlights from 2014 include:

  • 13% increase in attendance
  • 13% increase in international attendance
  • Nearly 200 exhibiting companies
  • 61 new exhibiting companies
 

Sensors attendees are ready and able to buy:

  • 81% are active in the decision making process
  • 97% came to gather information for purchasing decisions
  • 95% say Sensors Expo gives them the best opportunity to identify new vendors for potential solutions and implementations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference and Expo:
Wednesday, June 10 to
Thursday, June 11

Pre-Conference Symposia:
Tuesday, June 9

For more information, contact:

Cal Groton
[email protected]
617-219-8375

Joe Zuccerella
[email protected]
617-219-8366

Visit www.sensorsexpo.com for more details!

 

 

 

 

 

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