Your Competition Will Be There - Will You?

ExhibitSensors Expo & ConferenceSensors 2015

Your Competition Will Be There - Will You?

More than 200 of the industry's leading vendors will be on exhibit at the 2015 Sensors Expo. Your competitors will be there speaking with thousands of engineers and engineering professionals. With only 25 booths left, will you be there too? See some of this year's highlights below.

New Companies

This year's exhibitor list boasts a nearly 30% increase in new companies represented including All Sensors Corp., Brewer Science, Columbia Research Laboratories, FLIR, GE Measurement & Control, iba America, Infineon Technologies, Morgan Advanced Materials, Murata Electronics, Telit Wireless, and more.

Top Exhibitors

Top sponsors and exhibitors for 2015 include: Arrow, B+B SmartWorx, B-Scada, Freescale, Microchip, Mouser, Murata, and PCB Piezotronics.

New Technologies

Thousands of attendees come to Sensors Expo to see the newest technologies. These new technologies will be featured in the New Product Showcase outside Registration. Click here to view all the sponsors that will have their technology on display and find out how to get your product included!


Plus: The Sensors Expo Floor will feature bigger Technology Pavilions than ever before, providing recognition for top vendors in the industry.

Important Deadlines Approaching
Secure your space by Friday, May 1st to ensure you're included in the Sensors 2015 Show Directory that every attendee receives onsite. Interested in an enhanced listing or directory ad? Be sure to contact us today!

Conference and Expo:
Wednesday, June 10 to
Thursday, June 11

Pre-Conference Symposia:
Tuesday, June 9

For more information, contact:

Cal Groton
[email protected]

Joe Zuccerella
[email protected]

Visit for more details!


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