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Neonode Event Agenda 2019

Published April 16, 2019 in News

Join us at the following events in September to December, 2019

SID Vehicle Display Symposium, Sep 24-25, 2019 in Detroit

Neonode will exhibit at this year’s SID Vehicle Display.
Join us at the event and meet our team from Sweden and U.S. Come interact with our latest demos and learn more about the advantages of our technology for the automotive industry.

Visit Neonode at table 44.

China International Import Expo (CIIE) 2019, November 5-10, Shanghai, China

Neonode will attend CIIE and be represented in the the COUNTRY PAVILION.

The Country pavilion is jointly organized by Business Sweden, the Embassy of Sweden in Beijing and the Consulate General of Sweden in Shanghai. 

The main theme will be focusing on Innovative & sustainable solutions for next generation travel & transport and aims to showcase leading aspects of Swedish industry.

More information to come.

Completed events 2019

IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things, April 15-18, Limerick, Ireland

Per Nohlert, VP Products at Neonode spoke at about the next generation human-machine interface in medical applications, and was also interviewed by BBC Click Radio.
Listen to the interview at; BBC Click Radio, Episode: Can tech help rebuild Notre-Dame? (10:00)

EDS Leadership Summit, May 7-10, Las Vegas, USA

Neonode and Convergence had their first joint event together at EDS.

Convergence supports Neonode, by providing a nationwide consortium of sales reps and FAEsupport throughout North America. Participates from Neonode, Convergence, the Sales Reps Team and FAEs will be present at the event to present Neonode’s product lineup for touch solutions. Neonode’s product lineup is qualified for a wide range of application, including use in the most rugged and demanding environments .

Link to the event:

SID Display Week, May 14-16 in San Jose, CA, USA

Neonode will exhibit at Display Week 2019
New for 2019, the Foldable Display Market theme, will cover both technical and market issues surrounding the next big innovation area for the display industry. Foldable displays are critical to the growth of the OLED industry and present challenges in technology development, manufacturing, designing and marketing devices.

The exhibition opens on Tuesday at 10:30 am and concludes at 3:00 pm on Thursday.

Welcome to visit Neonode in booth 742

Link to the event:
Link to press release here

Link to media:
Electronic Specifier
EE Design It
Elektronik i Norden
Sensors Magazine
EE News

Computex, May 29 to 31, Taipei, Taiwan

Join Neonode at the Swedish Innovation Forum

Neonode will exhibit at the Sweden Innovation Forum and welcome you to meet our team and interact with our latest technology demos during May 29 to 31.

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is Asia’s key ICT trade show. Business Sweden is this year arranging the Swedish Innovation Forum with seminars and exhibition to showcase Swedish technologies and company visits to further explore business opportunities.

Hall: 1
Booth: A0817

Sensors Expo & Conference 2019, June 25-27, San Jose, CA, USA

Sensor Expo is the industry’s largest event dedicated to sensors, connectivity, and systems.

Neonode will exhibit at the events and welcome you to interact with our hands-on-demos, demonstrating our innovative technology. Meet our team and our U.S west coast sales representatives at the events and find out why our technology is found in 67 million products on the market.

Neonode Booth: 1009
Our team will also be present together with Digi-Key in their booth: 810

For 30+ years, Sensors Expo & Conference has established itself as North America’s premier event focused exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems.

June 25-27, 2019 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose (heart of Silicon Valley), California

Link to the event:

Link to media:
Link to press release
Video from Sensors Expo with Bengt Edlund
Article by, How-can-you-have-touchless-touch-sensing?
Video from Sensor Expo with Neonode CEO, Håkan Persson
Article by How-can-lasers-be-used-for-touch-sensing