Sensors Expo & Conference is coming up on June 21-23

Attend Sensors Expo & Conference 2016 in San Jose, CA!

What's Happening at #Sensors16

Join us at the sensors industry's biggest and most important event of the year! Sensors Expo & Conference is coming up on June 21-23 at the McEnery Convention Center in the epicenter of innovation - San Jose, CA!

View the updated Digital Brochure here and catch up on all that #Sensors16 has to offer this year. With 5,000+ attendees, 300+ exhibitors, 55+ technical sessions, and endless opportunity to be immersed in the sensors ecosystem - there is something for everyone at this year's show.

Register in advance and save up to $200 off your Pass!

Experience everything #Sensors16 has to offer and more:


Exhibit Hall: Get access to 300+ suppliers in the Expo Hall as they showcase their latest products and technologies. View Exhibitor List >>


Sensors Live Theater (Booth # 740): Free education sessions, product demos, and giveaways - all on the Expo Floor! View Theater Schedule >>


Embedded Theater (Booth # 1540): Hear technology updates and see product demos from leaders in the embedded world. View Theater Schedule >>


Robo Madness Co-Location: Sensors Expo and Xconomy have partnered up to bring attendees Robo Madness West.  Learn more >>


Sensors Design Challenge: This educational challenge will demonstrate innovative sensors and IoT solutions from scratch. Learn more >>


Startup Forum: Sensors Expo is partnering with Angel Launch to produce the first ever Startup Venture Forum & Pavilion. Learn more >>


SensorsFest: Mingle from booth to booth during the Wednesday night reception. Enjoy cocktails and network with peers while after the first day of Sensors. Learn more >>


University Program: Today's students are tomorrow's leaders! Open to all academia interested in the latest sensors technology and connecting with industry leaders. Learn more >>


WISE Breakfast: This breakfast will celebrate women engineers involved in research, design, development, and marketing in the world of sensors. Learn more >>


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