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Dear Company Representative:

The Organizing Committee for the Ninth Annual IEEE Sensors Conference would like to invite you to participate as a supporter and/or exhibitor at the upcoming Conference. The Conference will be held at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, November 1-4, 2010, in Waikoloa, Big Island, Hawaii.

The IEEE Council's Conference on Sensors is the authoritative meeting focused on interdisciplinary research topics on and for the exchange of information regarding research and development in Sensors and its related fields. As an exhibitor, advertiser, or contributor, you will find this Conference gives your company the unique opportunities for placing your business in front of this global professional community. It is an excellent opportunity to see what is on the technical horizon, who is working in the field and where the technical developments are taken place.

Sensors 2010 in Hawaii offers a rare opportunity to meet and network with a high quality audience in the professional atmosphere of a focused international technical Conference. The breadth and depth of research topics combined with the quality of invited and contributed technical presentations makes this Conference a premier event for all professionals in the industry which then makes it a 'must attend' Conference for your company.

There are several opportunities for your company to be involved in Sensors 2010: One opportunity is as an Exhibitor during the Conference. Another opportunity is as a Contributor of the Conference and possibly of specific events (this may not be clear until you read the application form). You will find application forms for both options enclosed.

The Sensors 2010 Conference attracts technology leaders by offering a top quality technical program consisting of state-of-the-art developments in the field combined with networking opportunities. This is a great opportunity for your organization to participate in an activity that will showcase your organization's complementary technical expertise. We are looking forward to another successful Conference at Sensors 2010 in October in Hawaii and we hope that your company will seriously consider participating.


Gary FedderJoe Brown
Carnegie Mellon UniversityJoe Brown Business Development
Sensors 2010 Conference ChairSensors 2010 Commercial Development Chair

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