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EVENT DATE
Jun 2014
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EXPO DATE
Jun 2014
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Venue

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center 5555 N. River Road
Rosemont , IL 60018
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Type: Indoor - Convention Center

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Sensors Expo & Conference 2014

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
B2B 4,000
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EVENT OVERVIEW:

Sensors Expo & Conference 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 sensors and sensor systems. Save months of time researching solutions to your sensing challenges by spending one, two or three information packed days at Sensors Expo.

The Sensors Expo Floor brings together the largest showcase of sensing technologies and solutions for attendees to evaluate and make informed decisions.

ATTENDEE INFORMATION:

Sensing Technologies Driving Tomorrow's Solutions

The market for sensors and related technologies is expanding at a phenomenal rate. Save months of time researching your best options by spending three information-packed days at Sensors Expo, examining solutions for your toughest sensing challenges. In depth Pre-Conference Symposia, more than 60 technical sessions and hundreds of best-in-class technology vendors on the Expo floor will help you find solutions for your present challenges while exploring sensing technologies driving tomorrow's solutions.

Sensors is THE PLACE to see the latest sensing technologies, learn about cutting-edge sensing advancements, and find the solutions to your sensing challenges. 

Over three days, thousands of the industry’s leading engineers and scientists involved in sensing developments and deployments, will congregate at Sensors 2014. It’s more than the industry’s leading tradeshow. And in 2014, there’s more opportunity than ever to connect with the industry and the technologies driving it. Will you be there?

Why You Should Attend Sensors 2014:

Largest expo and conference in North America 100% dedicated to sensing, bringing together the entire sensors ecosystem

Venue of innovation with hundreds of products launched and showcased across more than 20 product categories

Highly technical expertise combined with renewed focus on real-world applications of sensors, including applications in fitness with wearable sensors, to automotive with safe-driving sensors, and more!

See cutting-edge technology in action and learn what new products can do

Examine a wide variety of technologies from the newly emerging to the tried and true

Longest running event in the industry, over 28 years of experience with a proven track record

Information sharing and problem solving takes place at Sensors between peers and colleagues - 96% of attendees come to Sensors to purchase new technologies for current projects

Find new OEM applications - half of our attendees are from OEMs

The world’s greatest technology leaders - 38% of international attendance increase

Invaluable opportunities to learn firsthand from subject matter experts and visionaries - 2 Keynotes, 3 Pre-Conference Symposia, 65+ Conference and Live Theater Sessions

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION:

Exhibit at the largest trade show gathering of Sensors and Sensor-Integrated Technology Professionals in North America

Reach over 4,000 highly qualified engineering professionals!  Attendees not only come to compare and evaluate the latest technologies and solutions, but many of our qualified attendees are here to make final purchasing decisions on products they have been researching online:

83% of Sensors Expo attendees play an active role in purchasing decisions!
33% of Sensors Expo attendees are VP/SVP or C-Level Executives.
42% of attendees select engineering as their job title.
81% will consider the products that they see at Sensors Expo for an upcoming project/implementation.
52% of attendees were from companies with more than 100 employees.

Connect with qualified decision makers looking to purchase new sensing solutions!

Maximize Your ROI

By exhibiting at Sensors Expo, you can promote and sell your sensors and sensing-related technologies to your target audience for a fraction of what it costs to visit 50 clients and prospects over the next 6 months. For a minimal investment, you can access thousands of potential clients with buying power and money to spend. Go ahead and maximize your ROI.

If the Sensors Expo & Conference 2014 is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.

EVENT CONTACTS


Cal Groton
Questex Media Group, LLC
275 Grove Street
Suite 2-130
Newton, MA 02466
(617) 219-8375

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EVENT DETAILS

Primary Industry:
Engineering
Other Industries:
Business, Engineering, Manufacturing, Miscellaneous, Sciences, Technology
Audience:
Design Engineers
Systems Engineers
Chief Scientists
Data Scientists/Staticians
Evaluation Engineers
Test Engineers
R&D
Electrical Engineers
Mechanical Engineers
Process Engineers
Product Design Engineers
Production Engineers
Software Engineers
Standards/Testing Professionals
Purchasing/Procurement
Educators
System Integrators
Corporate Management
Notes:
Attendee Statistics:
Past Attendee Statistics:

96% of 2012 Attendees plan to attend Sensors Expo & Conference again.

94% of Attendees would recommend Sensors Expo & Conference to a colleague.
Show Owner:
Questex Media Group, LLC
Sponsorship: Yes

Exhibitor Information +

Booth Details:

Booth Size
Booth Cost
Exhibiting & Sponsorship Opportunities Available
Please Contact Questex Media Group, LLC for Additional Information.
Amenities
Electricity:
Yes
Water:
n/a
Generator:
n/a
Marketing Vehicles Allowed:
Yes
Services
Yes

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