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 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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  • <p>Sorry for not sharing this link earlier folks but the presentations from the event are now available for download at <a href=";Site=Computer_Tech__Division&amp;Template=/ContentManagement/MSContentDisplay.cfm&amp;ContentID=87057">;Site=Computer_Tech__Division&amp;Template=/ContentManagement/MSContentDisplay.cfm&amp;ContentID=87057</a></p> <p>We look forward to seeing ALL of you at next year's event June 5-7, 2012 in La Jolla California. </p>


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