The Sensor Show to feature sensor tech as part of Automatica

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Running alongside Automatica's supporting program, The Sensor Show's congress will be hosted in Messe Munich's brand-new Conference Centre Nord on the 17th and 18th June 2020. Featuring some of the world’s most important sensor end users and leading manufacturers, this two-day congress will focus on applications and best case uses for sensor technology and IoT in Automotive and Transportation, Industrial and Manufacturing, as well as Connectivity and Future Technologies. Confirmed to speak include Tesla, Ericsson, Airbus, BMW Group, Hugo Boss, Bloomberg, Michelin, plus many more - take a look at our latest speaker line-up here.

Throughout the week, The Sensor Show also provides companies with the opportunity to showcase and deliver thought provoking talks with compelling case studies and forthcoming product launches, whilst benefiting from a meeting space in which to host key prospects and valued clients. With an anticipated audience of more than 45,000 visitors, The Sensor Show at automatica will be the world’s largest industry networking and congress event dedicated to commercialising the sensor supply chain for the entire ecosystem. Some of the brands confirmed to participate so far include: BehrTech, LeddarTech, Anamet Europe, TowerJazz, Mouser Electronics - find out more about the exhibition here.

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