June 4-6, 2013 | Rosemont, IL | Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
Discount code for $50 off Gold and Main Conference Passes: A302L
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June 4, 2013 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
"MEMS Sensor Fusion: Faster. Stronger. Smarter."
Included with Gold Conference Pass. Register today with code A302L to receive $50 off.
Included with Main Conference Pass. Register today with code A302L to receive $50 off.
MEMS Networking Lounge
New! The MEMS Networking Lounge offers the entire MEMS Supply Chain to meet, network, and engage one-on-one with potential customers, while showcasing their products and expertise.
The fast growing demand for and increased adoption of consumer and mobile device applications has generated strong sales for MEMS and in turn, has market analysts expecting double-digit growth for the next several years. Explore current MEMS devices, find new ways to apply existing MEMS devices, and learn from leading players in the MEMS space.
MIG will host its annual happy hour at Sensors Expo on June 4th after the MEMS Pre-Conference Symposium ends at 5PM. The MIG happy hour provides a targeted forum for those specifically interested in networking with you and other MEMS companies. Join sponsors like Bosch to showcase your organization. We have a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available for $1,500 each. Put a spotlight on your brand and show that your company is a MEMS industry leader!
- Poster displaying your company’s logo as sponsor at the happy hour
- Company logo on all pre-event, onsite, and post-event promotional materials
- Opportunity to distribute marketing materials to attendees at the happy hour
Happy Hour registration list and contact information
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MEMS Industry Group Explores Trends And Techniques in Sensor Fusion at 2013 Sensors Expo & Conference
MEMS Industry Group® (MIG), announced its conference and exposition line-up for the 2013 Sensors Expo & Conference, the premier industry event in North America for designing sensors and sensor-integrated systems.
During the June 4 symposium at Sensors Expo, “MEMS Sensor Fusion: Faster: Stronger. Smarter”, MIG speakers will discuss how sensor fusion—the intelligent combination of data from several sensors for the purpose of improving application or system performance—is moving rapidly into the commercialization phase.