Sensors Expo & Conference is just a couple of short months away

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

First 100 attendees receive a copy of Tough Things First!

Sensors Expo & Conference is just a couple of short months away. And if you've been putting off registering for the show - wait no longer! 100 attendees that register between now and tomorrow at midnight will automatically receive a copy of Tough Things First by our June 23rd Keynote, Ray Zinn. Act fast - these books are going to go fast!

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. You'll be notified if you've qualfied to receive a book and it can be picked up onsite at the Sensors Magazine booth # 743.

PLUS - Join Ray after his keynote in the Sensors Live Theater for a book signing!


Register today and you'll experience:

  • A showcase of 300+ vendors and the lastest sensor technologies covering over 60 product categories
  • 30-minute demos and education sessions on the Expo Floor from leading vendors in the Sensors Live Theater and Embedded Theater
  • 5 all new Pre-Conference Symposia in Tuesday, June 21st
  • 55+ Technical Sessions on Energy Harvesting, Flexibles & Wearables, IoT, Measurement & Detection, MEMS & Sensors, Novel Sensor Applications, Optical Sensing & Detection, Sensors & Embedded Systems Design, and Wireless
  • New Networking events including the Kick-Off Party at the Convention Center, Women in Sensor Engineering (WISE) Breakfast, and SensorsFest Reception on the show floor
  • And more!


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