Sensors Expo & Conference Call for Papers has been extended to Friday, October 24th

Due to an overwhelming demand, the deadline for Sensors Expo & Conference Call for Papers has been extended to Friday, October 24th. We want to see you in sunny Long Beach, CA!

The Sensors 2015 Call for Speakers, Papers, and Panels is open! As the nation's largest and most important event on sensors and sensor-integrated systems, Sensors Expo & Conference is currently seeking qualified speakers to deliver presentations at next year's conference. Please consider speaking at the 2015 Conference if you have original research and/or compelling application- or implementation-based case examples.

Deadline to submit is October 24, 2014. Click here to submit now.

The 2015 technical program addresses the following sensor and sensor related applications and markets:

Sensor Technologies:

 

  • Automation
  • Chemical and Gas Sensors
  • Embedded Systems
  • Energy Harvesting/Low-Power
  • Flow Sensors
  • Instrumentation and Calibration
  • Internet of Things
  • MEMS Technology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Optical Sensors
  • Pressure Sensors
  • Robotics
  • Sensor Fusion
  • Temperature and Humidity Sensors
  • Test, Measurement, and Detection
  • Wireless Sensors

Internet of Things:

 

  • Health, Fitness, and Medical Care
  • Industrial Automation and Control
  • Remote Control
  • Security
  • Smart Homes
  • Wearable Electronics

M2M:

 

  • Automation Apps
  • Consumer
  • Industrial
  • Interfacing and Integration
  • Military & Defense
  • Robotics
  • Software

As well as sensor applications in these markets:

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Electronics/Appliances
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Government/Defense/Military
  • Healthcare/Medical
  • Manufacturing
  • Oil and Gas Drilling
  • Pharma/Biotech
  • Robotics

 

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