Sensors Converge 2022 Reveals Conference Program and Highlights Top Design Engineering Trends in California in June


Questex LLC

NEW YORK, March 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Questex and the Fierce Technology Group today unveiled the program for Sensors Converge 2022, the only in-person event covering the biggest trends in design engineering. The event will take place June 27-29 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. From sensors and chips to the cloud, Sensors Converge offers the technologies and applications that drive innovation. Register here.

Charlene Soucy, Senior Director, Technology – Sensors and Electronics, said, “As the only event covering the biggest trends in design engineering, we have curated a one-of-a-kind conference program featuring some of the top industry experts and implementers as well as real-world engineering case studies and stories. We look forward to bringing the sensor and electronics community together to learn, innovate and network.

The Sensors Converge conference program provides world-class education and training for professionals who design and integrate sensors, sensor systems, and sensor applications and shape the future roadmap of the electronics industry. This year’s program features two new tracks and more case studies than ever before, including stories on “The Importance of Testing – How to Test Your Sensor Networks and Products Successfully”, “Deploying Sensors to Detect and Track Colorado Wildfires”, “Personal Air Quality Monitoring Using Embedded AI”, “Unleashing the Full Potential of the 5G Mobile Edge”, and much more.

Sensors Converge will offer sessions across nine tracks:

  • 5G connectivity

  • Agricultural Sensing and Technology – NEW!

  • Environmental Sensing and Sustainability – NEW!

  • Industrial and manufacturing

  • Interoperability and standards

  • IoT

  • MedTech

  • Smart homes, buildings and cities

  • Smart sensors and sensor fusion

Guest speakers include:

  • Joseph Anthony, Underwriters Laboratories, LLC

  • Gaurav Bansal, Blue River Technology, a John Deere Company

  • Brendan Barbello, google

  • Carsten Baumann, Schneider-Electric

  • Marco Belcastro, Tyndall National Institute

  • Brandon Branham, City of Peach corners

  • Sheryl Ehrman, San Jose State University

  • Ibrahim Gideon, Telus

  • Neomar Giacomini, Whirlpool Corporation

  • Ammar Rayes, Cisco Systems

  • Meeta Roy, Interactive Platoon

  • Nilli Martinez Sisniega, TO SEE

  • Ashok Vaseashta, International Clean Water Institute

In addition to the main conference program, Sensors Converge will offer pre-conference symposia on Monday, June 28, offering a deep dive into critical sensor topics and technologies. Pre-conference symposia are included in the All Access Pass and can be added to any Conference Pass or Expo Hall Pass. This year’s pre-conference themes include:

  • Sensors converge with energy harvesting to enable ultra-low-power IoT deployments – presented by PowerRox

  • MEMS and smart sensors – presented by MEMS & Sensors Industry Group

  • Printed/flexible electronics – presented by Roger Grace Associates

  • smart homes

On the Sensors Converge Expo Floor, more than 200 exhibitors will showcase the latest sensing technologies and identify new ways to improve products and expand capabilities using sensors. Cutting-edge technology areas will also be highlighted in Expo Floor areas and theaters with an exclusive focus on IoT and Wireless, 5G, Power, MEMS and Emerging Technologies, autonomy, MedTech and startups.

Sensors Converge will be co-located with Embedded Technologies Conference & Expo, Autonomous Technologies Conference and Metaverse Global Congress.

Sensors Converge offers several registration options, including the All-Access Pass, which provides access to the entire event, conference passes for Sensors and co-located events, and the Expo Hall Pass, which gives access to the Expo Hall. Early bird rates end April 22. For more information visit:

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About sensor convergence
Sensors Converge (, formerly known as Sensors Expo & Conference, began 37 years ago by bringing together the design engineering community to network, share ideas and define the future roadmap of the sensor industry. Sensors Converge is part of the Fierce Technology Group, a division of Questex, which also produces the Embedded Technology Expo & Conference, Autonomous Technology Conference, Medical Technology Design Conference, Best of Sensors Awards, Fierce Electronics, Fierce Sensors, Fierce AutoTech, and Fierce EmbeddedTech, plus daily content and newsletters about Fierce Electronics at

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