ST Developers Conference Santa Clara

Join ST and our Partners for the ST Developers Conference on September 12, 2019

Santa Clara Convention Center - Mission City Ballroom


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About the Conference

This FREE one-day interactive summit, to be held on September 12, 2019 at the Santa Clara Convention Center’s Mission City Ballroom will bring together experts in markets that are poised for rapid growth in the coming years: Smart Things for the IoT, Smart Driving, and Smart Home, City & Industry.

Meet and learn from industry influencers presenting on a variety of topics while offering their perspectives on how these technologies will affect the future of product development. Presentations will offer real-world examples and technical information while providing an overview of the disruptive technologies that are now becoming available to help develop next-generation products. 

Who Should Attend

The conference will offer a range of seminars to cover the needs of product developers as well as design engineers, technology and purchasing decision makers, project managers, technology package designers, and high-level business decision-makers.

Why Attend

At the ST Developers Conference you will:

  • Discover new solutions to your design challenges and experience demonstrations across a wide range of electronic applications
  • Broaden your expertise with an understanding of how new disruptive technologies will drive advances in consumer, industrial and other applications or industries
  • Gain insight into how existing and future applications will benefit from current sensor adoption and developments on the way
  • Participate in hands-on training
  • Experience live technology demonstrations throughout the day

After hearing from thought leaders across multiple market segments, attendees will leave the conference with information to help optimize performance, size, power consumption and cost of their next generation of products. 


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