Where will you be next week? Sensors Expo, Of Course!

When they advertise lottery games, you’ll hear the phrase, “Ya’ gotta’ be in it to win it”. Obviously, if you don’t buy a ticket, your chances of winning are less than slim pickins’. So in the same token, if you are in the tech business, be it engineer, EOEM, product manager, researcher, manufacturer, software engineer, or student, why would you not be holding a ticket to Sensors Expo 2014, the biggest ‘no-lose’ game in town?

No matter what area of technology you’re working in or passionate about, sensors are and/or will be critical components of nearly all current and future products. In order to successfully work with these devices, you’ll need to know what’s available, what’s unique, what’s on the horizon, and, most important, what your colleagues and competitors are up to in the sensors arena. There’ one, and only one event that will put you in the center of all things sensor: Sensors Expo 2014 in Rosemont, IL, June 25, 26, and 27.

Here is just a tiny glimpse of the opportunities you’ll find At Sensors Expo 2014:

Okay, editors are supposed to brief, so briefly put, when it comes to lotteries, ya’ gotta’ be in it to win it. For Sensors Expo 2014, be there, or risk going nowhere. ~MD

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