OpenSystems Media partners with Sensors Midwest for Industrial IoT Co-Location

OpenSystems Media partners with Sensors Midwest for Industrial IoT Co-Location

Embedded Computing Design

Fountain Hills, AZ - June 15, 2016 - Midwest, taking place September 27-28, 2016 in Rosemont, IL at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, today announced a new partnership with Embedded Computing Design’s of Things (IIoT) Conference. The co-located event will take place on September 28 and will feature one full day of technical training aimed at designers of IIoT products and systems. The sessions will consist of lectures and tutorials conducted by the industry’s leading experts.

“We’re very excited about partnering with Sensors Midwest for the 2016 event ,” stated Rich Nass, EVP of . “As Embedded Computing Design is the leader in and IIoT content, this is a great opportunity to combine our knowledge and content with the thriving audience in the Midwest,” continued Nass.

Sensors Midwest will bring the best technical innovation and thought leadership in the world of sensors to the Midwest. This year’s show will feature education, networking, and a packed Exhibit Floor with an anticipated 65+ exhibitors showcasing their latest sensing technologies and products. The event will also expand its focus on important sensing technologies including Embedded Systems, Printed/Flexibles/ Wearables, IoT, MEMS, Robotics, , and more. The Education Program will feature different tracks in Theater sessions that will explore cutting-edge trends and applications, case studies, and demos from the industry’s experts.

“The co-location between Sensors Midwest and the IIoT Conference will help educate and inspire the technology professionals driving this market,” said Mat Dirjish, Executive Editor, Sensors Magazine. “Attendees will benefit from the lectures and tutorials from industry experts in this Conference and will also be able to explore sensing technologies on the Expo Floor. It’s a win-win!”

Stay tuned for complete information on the IIoT Conference Program and Registration to be announced in the coming weeks.

To learn more about Sensors Midwest and to register, please visit sensorsmidwest.com. The free Attendee Pass is all-inclusive and provides access to the Expo Floor, Educational Theaters, Networking Events, and to the SMTA International Expo Floor.