Join Triad at Sensors Expo 2016!

Posted by Bill Dull | May 20, 2016 0 Comments

Manufacturers from the industrial and commercial OEM, medical, renewable energy, power conversion, and audio industries, among others, have come to Triad Magnetics for all of their transformer and inductor needs for more than 70 years.

They come to Triad for our industry-leading quality stock parts, our precision custom design and manufacturing capabilities, our dedicated customer support system, and our virtually perfect on-time delivery record.


Triad at Sensors Expo & Conference

This year, get a feel for Triad Magnetics yourself at the Sensors Expo & Conference — our team will be attending as exhibitors in Booth #643.

Sensors Expo & Conference is the only event focused on sensors and sensor-integrated systems in North America. Everything sensor and sensor-related will be discussed, including cutting-edge emerging technologies such as:

  • Energy harvesting
  • Internet of things (IoT)
  • Measurement and detection
  • Optical sensing and detection
  • Sensors at work
  • Wearables
  • Wireless

At Sensors Expo & Convention — held for the first time in the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA, from June 21st through June 23rd — you’ll have the opportunity to network with top industry professionals, bringing increased attention to your company.  

You’ll also be able to connect with hundreds of exhibitors, including Triad, watch more than 100 speakers in more than 60 symposiums discuss 10 emerging technologies, and hear two highly accomplished keynote speakers — Dr. Ken Gabriel of The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and Ray Zinn of Micrel Semiconductor — discuss their specialties.

Attend or Learn More

Triad Magnetics has extensive experience designing and providing solutions in the sensors field and we are excited to be attending the Sensors Expo & Conference this year.

To join us at the McEnery Convention Center next month, click here for a promo code for a discounted expo pass or contact us today.

Topics: manufacturing, Sensors Expo, magnetics