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Sensors & Instrumentation 2013 at the NEC, 25-26 September

29 July 2013

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Sensors & Instrumentation 2013 at the NEC, 25-26 SeptemberSensors & Instrumentation, a new, dedicated exhibition, conference and seminar programme, is taking place in Hall 3 at the NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th September 2013. The free-to-attend show, organised by Datateam Business Media in partnership with Trident Exhibitions, combines the solid industry foundations cemented by previous shows Sensing Technology and Sensors and Systems. The result: a single, focused, bigger and undoubtedly better event.

The exhibition will showcase sensors, test and measurement equipment along with a variety of other types of instrumentation and will play host to a range of seminars aimed at professionals from areas including: automation; calibration; cases and enclosures; condition monitoring; control systems; data acquisition; displays; environmental analysis; flow and level; gas detection; inspection and measurement; instrumentation, thermal imaging and many more.

Just some of the companies that will be exhibiting at this important trade event include: Dewetron; Infratec Infrared; Michell Instruments; Techni Measure; Optris; Rose Plastic; Kistler Instruments; National Instruments; Keller UK; PCB Piezotronics; Global Sensor Technology and FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, along with many others.

As well as an exhibitor list featuring a comprehensive collection of market leaders, the show will offer visitors the opportunity to enhance their professional development with a wide-ranging seminar programme and an array of innovative workshops. Papers are being submitted and discussed from National Instruments; Kistler Instruments; NPL; The Profibus Group and Techni Measure. In particular, Andy Mangel, Managing Director at Bronkhorst, will be discussing the manufacturer’s new ultra flow coriolis meter.

Visitors to the show will also benefit from an exciting event co-location, providing easy access to nearby shows Micro | Nano | Mems 2013, The Machine Building Show 2013, TCT Live and Mediplas. Due to the significant overlap in technology usage within these sectors, more visitors than ever are expected to attend the UK’s only event of this kind.

The National Physics Laboratory is also endorsing the event. Pete Moores, Business Development Manager, NPL Training, says: “The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is pleased to be exhibiting and presenting at Sensors & Instrumentation 2013. It is a great opportunity for us to meet and network with all the key players in this sector at one event. This year we will be providing a preview of our new Instrumentation and Sensors training course, so delegates can get a taster on the underpinning principles of measurement good practice, which can really make a difference within their workplaces, giving them the opportunity to generate a return on investment and improve measurement capability.”

Pre-registration is available now. Find out more information about the Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition, conference and seminar programme at www.sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk.

 
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