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I wanted to take a moment and thank you for being a loyal subscriber to Sensors Magazine and our enewsletters - Sensors Weekly, Product Picks, and What's New at Sensors.

In appreciation of your subscription, I want to make sure you have the opportunity to attend Sensors Expo & Conference, the industry's largest event dedicated to sensors and sensor integrated systems. Register with discount code SENSORSMAG50 to receive a FREE Expo Pass or $50 off Gold or Main Conference Passes.* This year's event is taking place June 9-11 at the Long Beach Convention Center in California.

  • 3 NEW Pre-Conference Symposia focusing on Sensor Fusion, Energy Harvesting, and IoT
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  • 9 Conference Tracks exploring the most up-to-date innovations in sensor technology: NEW - Embedded Systems, NEW - Wearables, NEW - Optical Sensing & Detection, Sensors @ Work, Measurement & Detection, MEMS, Wireless, Energy Harvesting, and IoT
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  • Bigger Technology Pavilions than ever before including the Energy Harvesting Pavilion, IoT Solutions Pavilion, M2M & Wireless Pavilion, MEMS Pavilion and the MEMS Innovation Area and New Product Showcase - all featured on the Expo Floor
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Register today with your special subscriber discount code SENSORSMAG50 to redeem your Sensors subscriber discount and see you in California!

Best Regards,

Mat Dirjish
Executive Editor

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