Passive Wireless Sensor Workshop

In less than 1 week (July 27 -28) a wide range of experts will be in Houston at the Westlake Club to discuss how passive sensors (similar to RFID) will be used in the future.

The workshop http://www.isa.org/MSTemplate.cfm?Section=Announcements&Site=Computer_Tech__Division&Template=/ContentManagement/MSContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=86812 will explore the current state of technology of passive wireless sensor tags (PWST) and their practical applications.  As a quick background, a PWST has no battery, no need for scavenging power and (of course) no need for a wired connection between the sensor and the data acquisition system. Price is only $150 which includes breaks, lunches and program. Of course having a chance to meet with the other participants in the available one-on-one sessions, the networking opportunities with others exploring how this exciting technology can and will be used, and influencing the direction of passive wireless sensor technology will be to use a well turned phrase – Priceless.

Don't miss this excellent opportunity to learn more about Passive Wireless Sensors by registering today.

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