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12 - 15 October 2010
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Corinne Jennings
Event Manager
+44 (0)1223 810277
Dr Peter Harrop
+44 (0)7850 258317
Ricky Purnell
Sales Director: Wearable Technology and Sensors
+44 (0)1273 900 810

Why you should attend
Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Harvesting & RFID

Wireless Sensor Networks, Energy Harvesting and RFID Asia 2010 will be held on 13-14 October in Hong Kong. This is the fourth event in this International series and builds on the extensive research IDTechEx has conducted in Asia over the last ten years. Co-organised with respected government research organisation ASTRI and LSCM, IDTechEx is delighted to be bringing this event to Hong Kong.

Those supplying RFID, wireless sensors, batteries, energy harvesters, storage technologies and systems can benefit from understanding how to penetrate this territory at a stage when things are beginning to ramp up. The event is geared towards introducing you to the main companies working in this topic and through the many presentations providing you with the latest progress. End user perspectives are given from companies such as adidas.

Attendees can access our proprietary online networking system to add introductions and will also receive the IDTechEx report "Active RFID and Sensor Networks" (worth US$2,795), covering more than 100 companies and 75 case studies. The money spent on attending will be small compared to the investment needed for you to research progress in the territory, giving you exclusive insight and competitiveness.

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What past attendees have said:

When I attended IDTechEx Printed Electronics conference this year I experienced what is really meant by Printed Electronics. The event was very well organized and had the right mix of suppliers, developers and users attending. I found the red-hot lectures and sessions throughout the whole conference compelling and I left the venue with numerous new contacts, new ideas and a very good overview of the world of Printed Electronics and the opportunities it holds for the company that I work for. Recommendable!
I find the meetings that you put together, both for their technical content and the networking opportunities, to be precisely what I am looking for: a quick update on what is going on at the leading edge of a very rapidly growing field.
General Electric
This is 'the' conference in the field. The delegate list looked like my email database. All movers and shakers are here. The recent progress at CIT made this networking event highly relevant.
The perfect networking environment.
Prelonic Technologies
Very well organized conference, good platform for networking
Fusion UV Systems GmbH
If you are involved in printed electronics in any way, this conference is a must for networking with academics, material suppliers, equipment suppliers, processors and even potential customers.
This event has been carefully organized providing opportunities for interactions between all levels of the business market.
Very good overview on all major PE topics. Good mixture of all important printed electronics fields and applications! Congratulations!
Renolit AG
This conference was an excellent opportunity for us, as a spin-off company, to come into contact with key players in the field from the material and the equipment side.
This must be the largest event in the field and so attracts the relevant contacts from academia, materials suppliers, equipment manufacturers and end users.