Visitor registration for the annual Sensors & Instrumentation show is now open! The popular exhibition and seminar programme will be returning to Birmingham’s NEC on 30 September and 1 October, where it will be co-locating with the Machine Building Show and Micro|Nano|Mems. Simply visit www.sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk and register online for free entry to all three shows.
This year’s Sensors & Instrumentation will be the biggest so far, with more companies, larger stands, and an even greater variety of technologies on show.
Kathryn Ambrose, show organiser, comments: “The 2013 exhibition was a great success. This year, not only are previous exhibitors returning, but we are also looking forward to welcoming a number of new companies.”
Products being showcased will include: sensors, transducers, flow & level measurement technologies, vision and thermal imaging equipment, test and measurement tools, data acquisition equipment, connectors and enclosures.
Ambrose says: “In addition to displaying well established products, a number of companies will be using Sensors & Instrumentation 2014 as the platform in which to launch brand new products to the UK marketplace. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and provide demonstrations.”
Entry to the exhibition will also give visitors the chance to attend some interesting and inspiring seminars. Topics covered will include: ‘Five red flags to consider before configuring your next measurement system’ by Kyle Voosen of National Instruments; ‘Flexibility in force measurement’ by Thomas Kleckers, HBM; and ‘Accelerometers – the truth and more’ by Neill Ovenden, DJB Instruments. Full details on these and other seminars can be found on the website.
Ambrose adds: “Your visitor badge will provide free entry to the co-located shows. With the events gaining in popularity, we highly advise that visitors pre-register to avoid queuing on the day.”
To register for your free entry badge and for more information on the Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition and seminars, please visit www.sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk.