Sensors Expo moves to Boston

The second of this year's two Sensors Expo shows will be held Sept. 24-26 at Boston's World Trade Center West. Organizers say the event will bring together a broad range of technologies that are shaping sensing, MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems), data acquisition, control, and communications.

08/01/2002


The second of this year's two Sensors Expo shows will be held Sept. 24-26 at Boston's World Trade Center West. Organizers say the event will bring together a broad range of technologies that are shaping sensing, MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems), data acquisition, control, and communications.

For instance, the Exhibit Hall will feature technologies and solutions from more than 140 companies, and will give visitors a chance to talk one-on-one with innovators who make those products. Plus, a European Pavilion will feature products not found in North America.

Meanwhile, the show's Technical Conference, which runs Sept. 23-26, will include about 100 speakers and panelists, presenting the latest advances in sensor technology and design for engineers, scientists and managers. Sessions will cover: biosensors and bioMEMS; data acquisition and analysis; intelligent systems and smart sensors; nanotechnology and MEMS; wireless and tethered communications; and enabling technologies.

Sensors Expo's keynote will be presented Sept. 24 by Ray Kurzweil. He will speak about, "The Rapidly Shrinking Sensor: an Intimate Merger with Our Bodies and Brains."





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