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Follow EE Journal’s Live Coverage of the MEMS and Sensors Executive Congress

Our EE Journal team is in Napa this week to cover the 2018 MEMS and Sensors Executive Congress, where industry experts and executives gather  to break down the challenges facing the industry and shed light on the new and emerging opportunities.

From beds that monitor heart rates and breathing, to agricultural devices that measure sunlight, soil pH, and moisture content, to products aimed at enhancing athletic performance, we’ll be covering all the innovation and analysis at this year’s Congress. You can follow along with our live coverage on twitter: @EEJournalTFM or on this very page!

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