October 28, 2016 – Orlando, FL – Brewer Science, a technology pioneer, will be showcasing new sensor technology at IEEE SENSORS 2016, October 30 through November 2 in Orlando, Florida. IEEE SENSORS 2016 will attract approximately 800
sensor and sensor system practitioners with an interest in gaining greater understanding and moving the industry forward. The event will include workshops, tutorials, panel discussions, plenary sessions, and demonstrations, as well as exhibits.
We invite you to preview the future of technology and learn more about Brewer Science at Grand Sierra Exhibition Hall D – I at IEEE SENSORS 2016 October 30 through November 2, where Brewer Science will be showcasing its printed flex sensors via an interactive robotic arm display as well as other advanced printed electronics products. Technical and business experts from Brewer Science’s printed sensors development team will be on hand to answer questions.
With 35 years of experience in the creation of innovative technologies, Brewer Science has a diverse portfolio of technology products and processes. The company’s ability to go from concept to finished product has lead to the development of flexible printed carbon electronic devices and advancements in sensor technology.
About Brewer Science – Celebrating 35 Years
Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes, and equipment for the fabrication of semiconductors and microelectronic devices. As a NextFlex founding member, Brewer Science continues a strong tradition of technology leadership through its proprietary devices utilizing unique materials, which enable viable resource monitoring for enhanced quality of life. Headquartered in Rolla, Missouri, Brewer Science supports customers throughout the world with a service and distribution network in North America, Europe, and Asia. Brewer Science is prepared for the next generation. Are you? Find out at http://www.brewerscience.com.
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