Sensors in Design
March 26-29, 2012 • McEnery Convention Center, San Jose CA
Exhibit at the Premier Event for Sensor Applications, co-located with ESC Silicon Valley.
UBM's Sensors in Design 2012 will provide design engineers with actionable expertise on cutting-edge smart sensor solutions. The program tracks will showcase how-to technical presentations on the application of sensor technology in real-world products. Attendees will learn about the latest smart sensor products and technology and see reference designs and product exhibits spotlighting applications ranging from robots and automotive to consumer electronics, industrial, and factory and process automation.
Why Sensors in Design is Unique
Sensors in Design 2012 is the first event to spotlight cutting-edge designs and provide actionable application information for mechanical and electrical engineers who need to incorporate sensors into upcoming products and projects. Content will focus on the marriage of analog sensor signals and digital intelligence for the growing array of electronic and mechanical sensor-based applications. Through a series of how-to technical presentations and hands-on product exhibits, Sensors in Design 2012 will help engineers sort through the daunting task of combining sensors with analog components, microcontrollers and software in specific applications, ranging from robots and automobiles to consumer electronics and industrial actuators.
Sensors in Design takes a multi-disciplinary application-centric approach. It encompasses not only electronics engineering but also systems engineering. The exhibit area will show sensors in action. Our sponsors will cover a broad spectrum, from electronics to mechanical to embedded applications of the very latest sensor technology. Leveraging the strength of the co-located with ESC Silicon Valley conference and expo (the largest embedded event in North America), this event provides a unique forum for you to get your solutions in front of 1,000's of engineers and technical manager from across the globe. You cannot afford to miss it!
Sensors in Design 2012: Conference Tracks
Covering the following topics:
- Rough Duty: Sensors in Harsh Factory & Field Environments
- Sensors in Your Pocket: The Mobile Multi-sensor Challenge
- Cost Effective Wireless Sensing Solutions
- Homeland Protection: Emerging Opportunities in Airport, Chemical, and Perimeter Protection
- Tablets & Laptops: 3D Placement & Packaging
- MEMS Application & Integration
- Condition Based Monitor for Factories & Automation
- Migration to Sensors from Electro Mechanical Tech