Nearly 10,000 attendees flocked to the IEEE MTT-S 2016 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) May 22-27, marking a 32 percent increase in show attendance since 2013 and validating IMS as an essential event for the wireless industry. Tradeshow News Network (TSNN) recently named IMS one of the 25 Fastest Growing Shows based on attendance. The six-day event, held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, drew nearly 3,000 attendees to the technical program and featured a record-breaking 625 companies on the sold-out show floor.
IEEE's Interactive Mars Exploration Vehicle (MEV) experience will send attendees on mission to Mars at the IEEE MTT-S 2016 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) beginning Tuesday, May 24 at the Moscone Center South. As part of the symposium's Wireless Wonders Pavilion, attendees can visit booth #1800 and pilot the Mars Exploration Vehicle in an interactive virtual reality game.
Thousands of attendees will convene for the IEEE MTT-S 2016 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) May 22-27 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center to discuss the latest microwave and RF advancements in emerging areas around wireless connectivity. With a theme of “the Gateway to the Wireless Future,” IMS2016 will also feature a sold-out show floor with a record-breaking 630 exhibitors from around the world debuting the latest advancements in communications, defense, wearable electronics, medical applications, virtual reality and more.
More than 7,500 attendees, 35 percent of whom were first-time attendees, filled the sold-out show floor at the IEEE MTT-S 2014 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in Tampa, Fla., marking the fourth consecutive year in which first-time attendees topped 30 percent.