Sensors Expo & Conference announces Ray Zinn as this year's Thursday Keynote Address

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Keynote Announcement

Ray Zinn to Keynote at Sensors 2016!


Sensors Expo & Conference, taking place June 21-23, 2016 in San Jose, CA is pleased to announce Ray Zinn as this year's Thursday Keynote Address!

The future of sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT) can be read in the history of Silicon Valley and the semiconductor industry. With over 50 years in the business and as the 37 year long CEO of Micrel, Ray Zinn personally created much of Silicon Valley history and has clear insight into what comes next.

In his keynote, Zinn will discuss how doing the Tough Things First has driven him, his company and the spirit of innovation in Silicon Valley.
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In addition to this exciting Keynote Address, Sensors offers a robust program including:

  • Five all NEW Pre-Conference Symposia covering MEMS, Energy Harvesting, IoT, Embedded & Security, and Printed/Flexible/Wearable Sensors on Tuesday, June 21st
  • Over 55+ Technical Sessions offering relevant content for your sensing needs
  • Largest showcase of sensors and sensor systems in an Exhibit Floor that is continuously growing
  • NEW Silicon Valley location that brings you closer to an area that is considered the epicenter of innovation
  • Exclusive travel discounts for hotels and airlines
  • And more!

Register now at Early Bird rates!

Now is the best time to register for Passes at the lowest possible price! Keynote addresses are included in all Pass types.

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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