June 4-6: Sensors Expo Featuring the Announcement of the IPSO CHALLENGE Winners


June 4-6, 2013

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

Rosemont, IL


Sensing Technologies Driving Tomorrow’s Solutions

Since 1986, Sensors Expo & Conference has been the leading industry event in North America, exclusively focusing on sensors and sensor-integrated systems and has emerged as one of the most important gatherings of engineers and scientists involved in the development and deployment of sensor systems. Join IPSO Alliance at Sensors Expo this June for the latest sensing education and solutions, in full day Pre-Conference Symposia, as well as two days of Conference sessions and Exhibits. Register today with discount code A322E for $50 off Gold and Main Conference Passes or a FREE Expo Hall Pass. Visit www.sensorsexpo.com to secure your spot today!

Come see the presentation of awards for the IPSO CHALLENGE 2013 winners at the Sensors Magazine Theater on June 6 at 2pm.  The 3 finalists will be presented with their awards and cheques on center stage.

Additionally, IPSO is sponsoring the IoT Pavilion in Booth #1021, featuring IPSO Members Atmel, Freescale, Nivis, Sensinode,and IPSO Partner IP500 Alliance.  Additionally, an exhibition of the IPSO CHALLENGE Winners’ prototypes will be showcased.

Finally, attend our panel:

Moderator |  Geoff Mulligan  | Chairman | IPSO Alliance
Panelist |  Magnus Pedersen  | Director | Atmel
Panelist |  Kaivan Karimi  | Director, Global Strategy and Business Development | Freescale
Panelist |  Joy Weiss  | President, Dust Networks | Linear Technologies
June 5, 2013 | 2:40 pm – 3:20 pm

During this panel session we will cover the current state of IP based M2M technology including current and future protocol development and available and discussion and description of successful IP M2M application deployments.

In this session, attendees will learn:

  1. The benefits of IP based M2M vs. proprietary solutions
  2. The current state and availability of protocols, tools and technology to build IP enabled M2M applications
  3. Case studies of successful M2M applications using IP


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