BERWYN, Pa., June 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensor solutions, will share new insights on sensor innovations and applications at this year's Sensor Expo and Conference in San Jose, CA.

Sensor experts from TE will be at booth #822 to discuss the latest sensor technologies and application solutions across industries. Additionally TE Connectivity, along with Arrow Electronics and Indiegogo, will be giving away 100 MEAS Pi weather shields during the Sensors Expo. More information on this giveaway can be found here.

Experts from TE will participate in the following sessions at Sensors Expo 2017:

Women in Sensor Engineering (WISE) Program Petrina Zaraszczak, Director of Global Key Accounts, will be at the WISE program on Wednesday, June 28 from 2:00pm - 5:00pm. Come join to get inspired by female engineers working on sensors and the contributions they make to the sensors community!

Conference Session: How Harsh/Critical Environments Are Driving Sensor Innovation Karmjit Sidhu, Senior Director Business Development, presents on Thursday, June 29 at 2:30pm. He will discuss miniaturization, mobility and the combined technologies that make environments using sensors extremely challenging. He will also show how these advanced sensors have opened new worlds, enabling us to sense things in places never before obtainable and outline what these advancements mean for future systems.

"As an organization, TE Connectivity has been dedicated to building a world-class sensor portfolio, and the proof is in the applications; our sensor products can be found in applications from the far reaches of space to the deep sea," said Sidhu. "TE is excited to participate in this year's Sensors Expo and discuss sensor needs, trends and innovations with our fellow engineers across industries."

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