Sensors & Instrumentation, the UK's only national sensors show sponsored by industry giant Mouser, is creating an early buzz with hundreds having already registered to attend ahead of this year's event, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham on 26/27 September 2017.
Visitors can register online to get their free badge, enabling them to skip the queues on the day and get straight into the thick of the action! Furthermore, Sensors & Instrumentation is operating a one-ticket policy with co-located events Interplas, the PPMA Show and the TCT Show, so visitors will have access to the UK's largest group of industrial events with just one badge.
In line with the ever-growing nature of the show, opening hours have been extended to 9am-5pm on Tuesday 26 and 9am-4pm on Wednesday 27, giving visitors plenty of time to explore the vast range of products and technologies being exhibited by over 80 suppliers. Exhibitors include Binder, Bronkhorst, Charcroft Electronics, Dewesoft, DJB Instruments, Huba Control, Innovec Controls, Keller (UK), National Instruments, PR Electronics, TechniMeasure, VEGA Controls and many more.
As well as providing a one-stop-shop for test, measurement and control, Sensors & Instrumentation 2017 will give visitors the opportunity to gain a wealth of knowledge via the brand new feature areas, Connecting Industry LIVE and the Drone Zone, and the well-established Micro|Nano|MEMS pavilion.
The ever-popular CPD-accredited seminar programme is shaping up to be one of the most successful to date, with a host of prominent industry figures having already been confirmed presentations on contemporary topics and issues.
Sebastian Amos, head of process, instrumentation and control at GAMBICA, will follow the impact of instrumentation within the first three industrial revolutions and examine how the instrumentation industry is engaging in a world of digital data and forensic analytics to meet the challenges presented as we enter the 'fourth industrial revolution' (Industrie 4.0).
National Instruments has been confirmed to participate in the seminar programme on both days of the exhibition. The presentations will explore the accuracy of data acquisition (DAQ) systems and will offer practical advice for building DAQ systems.
Neil Hamilton, vice president of business development at Thingstream, will delve into the hot topic of the moment, the Internet of Things (IoT). With the increasing prominence of IoT systems in business, Hamilton will explore the importance of sensors to this $25bn industry with a view to give more kudos and margin to sensor manufacturers who often place themselves on the edge of the ecosystem when they should be the driving force.
Sensors & Instrumentation boasts an exemplary line-up of sponsors, including PR Electronics who will be providing the Formula 1 Car Simulator. Proven to be a visitor favourite, the simulator provides an excellent backdrop for networking while bringing a competitive edge to proceedings.
Lea Montague, general manager at PR Electronics UK, says: "As a leading technology company, we at PR Electronics see Sensors & Instrumentation as a great opportunity for raising awareness for our products."
PR Electronics will also be exhibiting their latest developments on Stand D13. Montague continues: "We want to show our wide range of signal conditioning products and present some of our latest product releases, such as the 3186B Output loop-powered current isolator and the 7501 Field mounted HART temperature transmitter in stainless steel."
Follow the link to find out more and to register for free tickets to Sensors & Instrumentation.