Sensors Expo 2018: The Future of Sensors

It should be obvious that sensors will be in huge demand as more devices and applications get connected to the internet. The applications are limitless, but seeing further down the road can be tricky. What better way to navigate that road than to learn from the experts in the field.

 

At sensors Expo 2018 in San Jose, CA, join TE Connectivity's Pete Smith at the Embedded Theater, Thursday June 28 at 10:15am to discuss IoT, IIoT, and IoMT. Sensors play the essential role of collecting and transmitting measurements and data to system analytics. Sensors with analog and digital output signals are enabling applications that rely on data to accelerate total system performance. Learn how highly engineered sensors such as multi-sensor modules are increasing productivity, agility and efficiency gains in the IoT space.

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SENSING THE FUTURE. Customers trust designers to develop technology and systems that are safe, innovative and accurate. With an unmatched portfolio of intelligent, efficient and high performing sensors and long-standing engineering experience, TE Connectivity (TE) is the supplier you need to help drive your next generation of innovation. Visit the company at booth #822 to connect with experts and discover the many ways sensor solutions are redefining what’s possible for companies and consumers around the world.

 

 

 

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