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Sensors 2014 Mobile App Now Available!
Take your Sensors Expo experience to the next level and navigate the show in the palm of your hand.

Here's a short list of just some of the things you can do with the App:

  • Enter to win! Each month, we'll be selecting an App winner. Download the app by April 30th and enter to be this year's first winner!
  • Personalize your conference schedule and create an agenda right in the app.
  • View an Expo Floor Map and chart your visit to the booths.
  • Connect with speakers, exhibitors and attendees.
  • Share your status updates to your favorite social media platforms automatically. Don't forget to use the #sensors14 hashtag!
  • Participate in interactive surveys and share your feedback.
  • Collect connections you make with fellow attendees and exchange contact info.
  • and more!

The App is available for FREE on all iPhone/iPad and Android devices. Download it Today!

1. Scan QR Code

2. Search "Sensors Expo" in the iTunes App Store

3. Search "Sensors Expo" in the Android Market

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