Sensors Expo 2005 spotlights nanotechnology, automotive, aerospace, homeland security
Chicago, IL—To best cover the impact of sensor technologies, Sensors Expo & Conference 2005 this week at McCormick Place’s Lakeside Center, June 6-9, is featuring workshops, symposia, and seminars on sensor integration and applications from many industries and businesses.
Chicago, IL— To best cover the impact of sensor technologies, Sensors Expo & Conference 2005 this week at McCormick Place’s Lakeside Center, June 6-9, is featuring workshops, symposia, and seminars on sensor integration and applications from many industries and businesses.
Highlights of the event include more than 50 presentations, close to 200 exhibitors, and interactive programs during the show’s four-day run. Attendees are encountering innovations in physical sensors, sensor networks, biosensors, MEMS/nanotechnology, instrumentation and controls, intelligent systems, machine-to-machine communication, wireless sensing and IT technology.
Special programs at this year’s Sensors Expo include:
Nanotechnology and MEMS/MST/micromachines seminar: a global perspective on technology, applications and commercialization
ZigBee standard seminar
U.S. Department of Energy—sensors for manufacturing efficiency (DoE) workshop
Sensor applications for military/defense, aerospace, and homeland security workshop
Wireless sensors interface standard and WINA workshop
Wireless technology tour
Digital data acquisition concepts seminar
IEEE 1451: empowering the smart sensor revolution
Sensor web: an open standards infrastructure for the community
Organizers adds that a diverse group of speakers will discuss and illustrate the impact sensors and sensing technologies presently have on the business environment, as well as the role sensor-integrated devices will play in the future.
'Sensors Expo & Conference is focused on the interests of a variety of industries, and these featured sessions are designed to provide an informative, educational platform to address those interests,' says Cathy Walters, Questex’s show director. 'Our expert speakers will provide attendees with an inside perspective on this expanding industry and the profound impact sensing technologies is having on both individuals and businesses.'
Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor