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July 16th, 2004

Keynote Speakers Announced for SensorsGov

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Advanstar Communications, Inc., producers of Sensors Expo & Conference and the publishers of Sensors magazine, is pleased to announce that they, together with the Hampton Roads' Sensor Science & Technology Forum (SS&TF), are currently gearing up for the first annual SensorsGov Conference. The exhibit floor will offer the latest in sensors; MEMS; piezoelectrics; optical; nanotechnology; fiber-optics; acoustics; ultrasonics microelectronics; ASICs; embedded systems; networking products; wireless devices; instrumentation and controls; computer hardware, software and peripherals, data acquisition and information networks.

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