Design Innovation Meets Tech Innovation
June 22-24, 2021 San Jose, CA
Meet engineers sharing real stories and the latest technology applications that impact the world around us.
Join the sensors and electronics community this June at the one in-person event covering the biggest design engineering trends. From sensors and chips to the cloud, Sensors Converge covers the technologies and applications driving innovation today.
Register early to save your spot. Our previous Sensors events have generously hosted large audiences of design engineers, strategists, developers, implementors, technologists looking for new projects, product enhancements, business opportunities, and more. This year will be more exclusive and with limited capacity, we encourage you to register early. With safety as a priority and social distancing considerations in place, attendees can confidently navigate the entire show floor.
Venture out, meet those who are designing and innovating with a purpose, have meaningful conversations with strong potential.
Be part of a community sharing experiences in designing and working with sensors and electronics that have a true impact in the things we use or access every day. Your influence could revolutionize solutions in a $193B global market.
Reconnect in person with leaders and colleagues and see the solutions driving the sensors and electronics industry forward. Sensors Converge will be a safe environment for you to discover, share ideas and define your future roadmap.
Registration is now open, and capacity is limited. Register early so you don’t miss out!
Experience the Sensors Converge Difference
Getting you back to business…safely!
Your health and safety is important! We are working closely with the McEnery Convention Center to create a safe space for the sensors community to come together.
"I’m attending Sensors 2021 because this is the best show where I can get the latest and greatest information on sensors, new technologies and the IoT market ALL in one place. One stop shopping."
- Systems Engineer, Idaho National Laboratory