Wireless Tire-Monitoring Platform

RICHMOND, British Columbia /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SmarTire Systems Inc., a developer and marketer of proprietary advanced wireless sensing and control systems, announced that the company has been invited to present at the Sensors Expo, a part of the Sensors Expo & Conference being held in Rosemont, Ill., on Tuesday, June 6.

Dave Warkentin, vice president of sales and marketing of SmarTire, said, "Due to SmarTire's ongoing developments with key vehicle manufacturers and sensing partners, we have been invited to participate as a presenter at this important conference, which is the leading forum on sensing technologies and solutions. This is an excellent opportunity for SmarTire to increase our exposure with major manufacturers and discuss how the company's SmartWave platform offers unique solutions for commercial and industrial vehicles."

SmarTire will be presenting at 2:30 p.m. on June 6. The conference, billed as the World's Leading Forum on Sensing Technologies & Solutions, is being held from June 5-7 at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center. For the conference program and additional information, click here.

About The Sensors Expo & Conference
Sensors Expo & Conference is the only industry event in North America exclusively focusing on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. The expo hall brings together the largest showcase of sensing technologies and systems for attendees to evaluate and make informed decisions. Information about the event can be found at the Expo's Web site.

About SmarTire Systems Inc.
SmarTire develops and markets proprietary advanced wireless sensing and control systems worldwide under the SmartWave trademark. The company has developed numerous patent-protected wireless technologies and advanced tire monitoring solutions since it was founded in 1987. The company's proprietary SmartWave platform provides a foundation for the addition of multiple wireless sensing and control applications. The initial product release on the SmartWave platform is SmartWave TPMS, which leverages on the company's background and knowledge in tire-monitoring solutions. SmarTire has offices in North America and Europe.

Suggested Articles

SiC can make medical devices more perceptive, it can make electronics more energy-efficient, and it can help sensors perform in higher temperatures.

Components supplier CTS Corporation has acquired temperature sensor supplier Quality Thermistor, Inc. (QTI), for $75 million in cash.

Infrared (IR) sensors detect the electromagnetic radiation that humans perceive as heat.