Sensors Midwest Unveils 2018 Conference Highlights


Sensors Midwest Unveils 2018 Conference Highlights

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Seven All-New Tracks Structure The 2018 Event, Highlighting Sensor Design and Industrial IoT

Newton, MA – August 14, 2018Sensors Midwest (#SensorsMW18), the event for sensors design and industrial IoT,  and sister to show Sensors Expo & Conference, discloses their redesigned Conference Program for the 2018 event. Taking place on October 16-17, 2018 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention center in Rosemont, IL, Sensors Midwest will feature an impressive Conference Schedule, featuring sessions within seven all-new tracks. Dedicated to tackling the ever-expanding market of design and industrial IoT with some of the industry’s most esteemed thought leaders and creators, the annual event anticipates educating attendees on the vast progress of the Midwest Marketplace and sensor advancement throughout the industry.

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The 2018 event includes exciting, innovative speakers along with impressive Keynotes to lead our esteemed Conference Program. Tuesday morning, the Conference kicks-off with a dual keynote from Lockheed Martin’s, Tony Wilson, and Rockwell Collins’, Ron Heberlein, to discuss the design, development and Pilots perspective of the Helmet Mounted Display System for the F-35 Fighter Jet. For more details on this dual keynote presentation, visit

The only event in the region with a technical program covering 100 percent sensor technologies,the Education Program was designed to reflect the advancements and trajectory of the sensor design and IoT industry with the following seven all-new tracks: Data & Analytics, IIoT, Machine Learning, Sensor Technology, Sensors at Work, LiDAR, and Predictive Maintenance & Condition Monitoring. Coinciding the educational program are invaluable networking events, a myriad of technologies among the 75+ Exhibitors on the Expo Floor, and now co-located with SMTA, providing attendees the opportunity to walk their Expo Floor.

Featured sessions include:

A 2017 Sensors Midwest Attendee noted, “Sensors Midwest was well organized and executed. The show was a great opportunity to meet with a wide range of potential vendors and utilize valuable face time with key players. It was time well spent and we now have many possible solutions to the problems which we sought to rectify.”


Impressive exhibitors such as Coto Technology, Dunan Sensing, First Sensor, Inc., Heilind, Hoffmann & Kippner, InfraTec Infrared LLC, JUMO, Powercast, Sealevel Systems, Silicon Designs, SMART Microsystems, Sonoscan, Inc., TT Electronics, and more will be onsite for the 2018 event showcasing their latest advancements and innovations. If you are interested in exhibiting at Sensors Midwest 2018, please contact Joseph Zuccerella.


About Sensors Midwest
Sensors Midwest will take place October 16-17, 2018 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.  A sister show of the annual Sensors Expo & Conference which will be hosted June 25-27 2019 in San Jose, California,  Sensors Midwest is supported by the event's official publication, Sensors Online, the industry's leading resource and authority on sensing, communication, and control. Sensors Midwest is produced by Questex LLC, a global, diversified business-to-business integrated media and information provider, headquartered in Newton, MA. 

For further information, contact:
Jen Miles
Marketing Coordinator

+1 617.219.8390 
[email protected]

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