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Essential Sensing Technologies & Methods to Be Featured at Sensors Expo & Conference

Apr 17 2012 12:00AM

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NEWTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/17/12 -- Important sensing topics and technologies including measurement, detection, pressure, position and temperature will be a focus both in the educational program and on the Expo Floor at the upcoming Sensors Expo & Conference. For over 25 years, this event has provided the largest showcase of sensors and sensors integrated technology and this year is no different, taking place June 6-7 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.

"For 25 years we have been committed to delivering both a cutting-edge and fundamental sensors education to thousands of engineers who develop and implement sensors and sensors-related technology," said Wendy Loew, Event Director. "In 2012 we will offer multiple tracks to educate our audience on the latest developments in measurement and detection. Attendees will then be able to find the latest solutions in these areas reflected in our expansive Expo Floor."

Conference tracks including Novel Approaches to Measurement & Detection, Applied Sensing, and Sensor and System Design will provide attendees with the latest knowledge on research, development, application and business opportunities in sensors technology and applications in various fields. Sessions include:

•Spectral Methods to Extract Useful Information at Very Low Signal Noise
Ralph Levy, CTO Quant Engineering •Position Sensing for Harsh Environment, Mobile Applications: Pan-Tilt-Zoom Actuator for Military Vehicles
Arthur Holzknecht, Sales Manager, Renishaw, Inc. and Pragnesh Patel, Senior Engineer, Moog-Quickset •Non-Traditional Measurements with Eddy-Current Sensors
Gregory Speckman, Technical Services/Customer Support Manager, Kaman Precision Products •Snapshot Hyperspectral Imaging
Jim Daly, Program Manager, Bodkin Design & Engineering, LLC •Accurate Liquid Level Measurement and its Effect on General Aviation Safety and Performance
Cody Morrow, Project Engineer Mechanical Systems, Cirrus Aircraft and Scott Philiben, President, CIES Inc. •Capacitive Ceramic Pressure Sensors
Max Jochem Kreutzer, Senior Expert, Endress + Hauser GmbH +Co. KG •Optical Strain Measurement for Model Validation
John Tyson, President, Trilion Quality Systems, Angelo Nichols, President, Dynamic Control •New Long Stroke Vibration Shaker Design using Linear Motor Technology- Patrick Timmons, Calibration Systems Engineer, The Modal Shop and Mark Schiefer, Senior Scientist, The Modal Shop

Exhibitors on the Expo floor offering measurement, detection, pressure and temperature solutions include American Swiss Products, Dexter Research Center Inc., EM Microelectronic, Libelium, Micronas GmbH, Mike Technology, Nanjing Wotian Technology, Ocean Optics, Omron Electronic Components LLC, Pico Technology, RMT Ltd, ROHM Co. Ltd, Sensirion Inc., STMicroelectronics, Task Micro Electronics Inc, TDK Group and many more.

In addition to sessions focusing on Novel Approaches to Measurement & Detection, Applied Sensing, and Sensor and System Design, the Sensors Conference Program will also feature education sessions on Big Data & Analytics, Energy Harvesting, MEMS, Mobile Sensing, RFID/M2M and Wireless Sensing. Visit the Conference-At-A-Glance to see the complete, robust conference spanning three information-packed days.

About Sensors Expo & Conference
Sensors Expo & Conference is the only industry event in North America exclusively focused on sensors and sensor-integrated systems, providing over 25 years of technical innovation and thought leadership! The event is widely known as one of the world's largest and most important gatherings of engineers and scientists involved in the development and deployment of sensor systems. Sensors Expo & Conference identifies the latest sensing technologies and strategies, explores them in an information-packed conference program and reflects those trends throughout the Expo Floor with new product releases, key technology-focused areas, such as Energy Harvesting, Big Data, MEMS and Wireless, and a showcase of hundreds of products and services. For more information, visit www.sensorsexpo.com.



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