With September fast approaching, now is the time to register for Sensors & Instrumentation – the UK’s only dedicated exhibition for test, measurement and control.
Taking place in Hall 1 at the NEC Birmingham from 25-26 September, this annual event is a prime opportunity for professionals across these sectors to discover the instruments for success, with a wealth of products, solutions and knowledge on offer from leading companies and industry experts.
A lively exhibition floor
The exhibitor line-up continues to grow in the lead up to the event. Exploring the aisles of the exhibition, visitors will have access to a vast range of products and services and the opportunity to interact with experts, who will be on hand to discuss individual cases and offer practical solutions.
With so much to be seen, the 2018 edition of Sensors & Instrumentation will see the return of the Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst UK, which will serve as a one-stop-shop at a key destination point within the hall.
Exciting feature areas
In addition to the vast range of companies exhibiting at the show, a number of exciting feature areas will be in operation, offering even more value to the visit.
The FLC Zone will make its debut in 2018. Providing a platform for the latest technologies in the flow, level and control sector, this niche area will showcase a range of groundbreaking products and solutions from the latest valves and flow metres to airbrators and vessels designed to optimise control.
Sensors & Instrumentation’s 2018 seminar programme promises to be the most exciting to date, with presentations from leading companies including Microsoft & PTC, Siemens GB&I, Ocean Optics and more. The CPD-accredited programme will explore contemporary topics from HoloLens and the Internet of Things (IoT) to spectroscopy technologies, space sensors and beyond, so visitors will leave with valuable knowledge and CPD points.
The 2018 edition of the show marks the introduction of a brand new feature area; the Engineering Workshop, sponsored by Mouser Electronics. Consisting of 45 minute workshops led by industry experts, this area has been specifically designed for engineers looking to develop their skills with new instruments and those in the early stages of their careers. This is an opportunity to get hands-on with the latest products to hit the market, and get knowledge, tips and advice from established industry figures.
As well as being an unrivaled platform for sourcing products, solutions and knowledge, Sensors & Instrumentation is an unmissable opportunity for networking. A spectacular centerpiece, the Formula 1 Simulation Car sponsored by Rheintacho UK Ltd, will draw crowds and bring a fun edge to proceedings as visitors vie to complete the fastest lap – and secure new business prospects in the process.
A bumper engineering experience
Sensors & Instrumentation is co-located with three complementary events: What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) LIVE, PPMA Show and TCT Show.
A one-ticket policy is in operation, so by registering to attend Sensors & Instrumentation visitors will gain unlimited access to the four shows taking place at the NEC.
Supported by industry heavyweights
Sensors & Instrumentation has received the backing of a number of huge industry names, including headline sponsor Mouser Electronics, Bronkhorst UK, Huba Control AG, Rheintacho UK Ltd.