WAVE 2011 Conference - Taking Micro & Nano Technology Enabled Products to Market

Oct 2nd, 2011 will mark the start of a three day gathering of global stakeholders focused on marketing products that incorporate micro and nano technology (MNT). Companies and individuals who define the leading edge of MNT will converge on Lake Louise in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. The WAVE Conference and Exhibition will feature presentations by 125 exhibitors who will demonstrate their technology to an international audience of MNT product stakeholders. For example, in the health and medical market, many products from point of care devices to targeted therapies are using micro and nano technology for the products today and in the future, in conventional energy and clean technology, sensors are used in a wide variety of applications, in many new consumer and commercial applications gyros and accelerometers enable the devices to be smarter and more interactive. The vision of this three day event is to bring together those who form the value chain from materials supply through end product, including manufacturers, distributors and sales representatives, materials suppliers, equipment suppliers and investors.

The event will bring a global perspective to five primary market areas in five dedicated pavilions:

The WAVE 2011 Conference and Exhibition venue is the beautiful Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise set in the magnificent Canadian Rocky Mountains, which will provide a spectacular and inspiring backdrop for the event.

The WAVE format will give attendees the opportunity to interact directly and network with international corporations leading in new technologies. The design and layout of the WAVE 2011 Conference and Exhibition incorporates presentation areas into the exhibit areas, enabling 25 exhibitors in each pavilion to present to a fully focused audience.

Four keynote speakers will provide insight through their own experiences and success in these new growth industries. Their stories will outline the key steps and considerations in taking products from concept to commercial breakthrough.

We look forward to welcoming you to the WAVE 2011 Conference and Exhibition.


More information: http://www.wave2011.com/

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