SENSORS MIDWEST RETURNS IN SEPTEMBER

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Thousands of your colleagues will be attending Sensors Midwest 2016 next month in Rosemont, Illinois. Join them for sensing fun!

Attend Sensors Midwest - taking place September 28-28 at the Donald E.
 Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, ILJoin your colleagues at Sensors 2016!

Are you ready for Sensors Midwest next month? The time to register is now!

Invest in two days at Sensors Midwest and get big returns! Your colleagues will be there - and you should be too. Register today and you'll see why thousands of engineers and engineering professionals will be at the event taking place this September 27-28 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

The 2-day event will feature:

  • Education Theaters directly on the Expo Floor featuring cutting-edge trends & applications, case studies, and demos from the industry's leaders and experts
  • 65+ exhibitors showcasing their latest sensing technology and products
  • Networking events that will bring attendees and exhibitors together to discuss sensing challenges, trends, topics, and solutions
  • PLUS - Sensors Midwest and Embedded Computing Design have partnered together to bring attendees the Industrial IoT University - one full day of technical training aimed at designers of IIoT products and systems
  • And more!
 

Register 
now!

Special Introductory Pass Rate for Attendees!
Attendee Passes are FREE for a limited time during Early Bird Rates through September 2nd! This Pass is all-inclusive and provides access to the Expo Floor, Educational Theaters, Networking Events, and to the SMTA International Expo Floor. 

Add-On Pass Option – Register for the IIoT University on September 28th for a full day of technical training aimed at designers of IIoT products and systems!

 REGISTER HERE

 
 
 

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