Sensors Expo is the largest gathering of engineers and professional involved in the development and deployment of sensors. While we're all together under one roof, why not have some fun? We've organized some activities throughout the event so you can take a break from the learning and researching, and have some fun networking with your peers!
Kick Off Party & Engineering Excellence Awards
Tuesday, June 27 | 5:00pm | McEnery Convention Center
Join us as we kick off Sensors 2017 right at the McEnery Convention Center. Enjoy cocktails and appetizers with colleagues, as well as recognize the winners of the 2017 Engineering Excellence Awards presented by Sensors Magazine Editor, Mat Dirjish.
SensorsFiesta & Best of Sensors Expo Awards
Wednesday, June 28 | 4:00pm | Expo Floor
Browse the packed 2017 Expo Floor while you sip on cocktails and refreshments with your peers. Plus, catch the winners of the 2017 Best of Sensors Expo Awards at the Sensors Live Theater being presented at 4:00pm by Sensors Magazine Executive Editor, Mat Dirjish.
Wednesday, June 28 & Thursday June, 29 | Outside the Keynote Room
Start your days off right with breakfast. Reconnect with colleagues, mingle with speakers, meet industry press, and energize for the day! Look for the signs for designated chat areas of the topics that interest you.
A variety of attendee meetups will be announced to take place during Sensors Expo. These meetups provide attendees an invaluable opportunity to meet with similar attendees, from first timers, to academia, to targeted sensor challenges, and more. Stay tuned for details.
WISE: Women in Sensor Engineering Program | Wednesday, June 28
This program will celebrate women engineers that are involved in research, design, development, and marketing in the world of sensors. From young collegiate interested in job opportunities, to seasoned professionals seeking new opportunities to network and grow, this Program will provide inspiration, as well as valuable connections for all those in attendance. Join us as we look to raise awareness of the contributions female engineers make to the sensors community!