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5 reasons you should attend the ES Virtual Expo

On 1st September, Electronic Specifier will be bringing the latest products and technology trends together at the ‘Electronic Specifier Expo’. Attendees of this virtual event will have the opportunity to hear from a wide variety of industry experts who will be sharing the latest products, technologies and solutions in the industry, as well as contributing to an informative program of webinars and motivating talks.

Electronic Specifier Expo will give attendees an opportunity to get (virtually) up-close with our featured companies and products across the electronics industry, providing an overview of the latest from the industry and the current technologies, applications, solutions, products and trends that are shaping it. This global event will include a packed agenda with a number of halls and webinars covering: Industrial, IoT, Automotive and Healthcare.

5 reasons why you should attend the Electronic Specifier Virtual Expo:

1) Learn from industry experts across Medical, Automotive, IoT and Industrial sectors…

Here’s a taster of what you can expect to hear from the experts:

Medical

Dr Chris Elliott, Chief Regulatory Officer of Leman and a Fellow of the UK Royal Academy of Engineering and a UK barrister specialising in regulated engineering, will be hosting the webinar entitled ‘Miniature wearable sensors are the future of medically-accurate human health data’.

Sensors are everywhere, from smart cars, to smart factories, to smart homes. They check, monitor, anticipate and diagnose faults. Now it’s possible to do the same with our bodies – not with first-generation ‘fun and fitness’ wearables, but with tiny, low cost sensors that truly monitor our health to deliver medically accurate, diagnostically relevant data that can save our lives.

In this webinar, Dr. Chris Elliott explains the development of the world’s first medically-accurate blood pressure and vital signs sensor coming imminently to smartphones and wearables, plus takes a look at present and future devices in this game-changing, fast-moving sector of medtech.

Automotive

Dr Phil Lessner, CTO of KEMET will be hosting the webinar entitled ‘How Automotive Electrification is Driving Innovation in Passive Components’.

Automotive electrification is accelerating and KEMET is staying ahead of the trend by continuing to introduce new components specifically designed for this segment. This presentation will cover several recent releases across a broad spectrum of capacitive and inductive components. These include KC-LINK ceramic capacitors, METCOM metal composite inductors, and film capacitors with enhanced environment resistance. The key characteristics of these components and roadmaps for future releases will also be presented.

IoT

Johan Pedersen, Manager Product Marketing, Smart Home Division of Silicon Labs will be hosting the webinar entitled ‘Smart Home: Work With Any Ecosystem’.

In this webinar, Smart Home: Work With Any Ecosystem, Johan Pedersen will talk about how to build smart home products and work with any ecosystem. For those who are newer to building smart home products, Johan will share how Silicon Labs’ wireless solutions can simplify IoT product design, allowing you to get to market and scale quickly. Learn how to scale your smart home IoT business by working with ecosystem partners including Google, Amazon, Ring and more.

Industrial

Marcus Greenhill, UK Regional Director of Analog Devices will be hosting the webinar entitled ‘Co-creating the connected factories of tomorrow’.

Industry 4.0 is here, and the value is clearly understood – however, the path to get there is not. It’s not always clear which investment choices are right for industrial leaders, or where they should start. They seek experienced partners and innovative technology to achieve their aspirations. This session will highlight how collaborating with the right technology partner is a key success factor, now more than ever, and can help create the roadmap to smart manufacturing. It will further explore the key investment areas such as flexible manufacturing, asset health monitoring, and connectivity and control that will help accelerate adoption to the connected factories of tomorrow.

2) Industry leaders will be showcasing their latest products

You will be the first to hear about the latest products from our exhibitors including Mouser, Orion, TME and many more industry leaders.

3) Support the electronics industry

While some aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown have been eased, the crisis continues to have a major impact on the electronics industry and what many describe as a perfect storm is gathering to really challenge countries all over the world. But now is the time to come together and support the electronics industry.

4) Lots of prizes up for grabs!

We love a competition here at Electronic Specifier so that’s why we are offering you the chance to win 1 of 15 Swag Bags by registering and joining us for the day. There will also be Raspberry Pi’s from Student Circuit up for grabs! As well as the chance to get your hands on Startups Magazine’s Limited Edition Survival Guide!

5) Join us in your jammies, from anywhere in the world. Without the restriction of travel…

Due to the continuing travel restrictions in many countries, we decided to take the Electronic Specifier Expo virtual. Attendees of this event will have the opportunity to hear from a wide variety of industry experts who will be sharing the latest products, technologies and solutions in the industry, as well as contributing to an informative program of webinars and motivating talks.

You can register here.

Once registered you will be directed to a thank you page where you can save a calendar link for the expo. You will also receive a follow-up email and reminders to make sure you don’t miss a second of the Electronic Specifier Expo 2020.

 

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