2014-2015 Full Program Schedule
APRIL 2015 MEETING NOTICE
WEDNESDAY APRIL 22, 2015
SamB’s Garden Room
163 South Main Street
Bowling Green, OH
Bowling Green, OH.
Sign In 5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Presentation 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
6:45 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Please make reservations by April 20, 2015.
Students (BGSU and non-BGSU)...$ 5.00
For reservations by
April 20th, Contact: Dale.Gaerke@o-i.com
or leave a message at 567-336-7908. Please
note if you are an ISA member or guest, and if you will be attending the
presentation only, or dinner also. 1.0
PDH Certificates will be available for the technical program. These will be
issued electronically on request to Dale Gaerke.
Developing a Wireless Sensor Network
Programming Language Application Guide using Memsic Devices and LabVIEW
Presenter: Mr. Xiao Xie
Mr. Xie is a recent graduate of Master of Technology Management degree, with a
specialization in engineering Technology. Mr. Xie will review his Master’s
major project work which is based on a family of wireless sensor hardware devices from
Memsic. Memsic provides a software
development platform and software drivers to facilitate data communication with
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