Now is the time to claim your free entry badge for Sensors & Instrumentation Live’s tenth anniversary edition, taking place on Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 September in Hall 2 at the NEC, Birmingham.

With all things sensors, test, measurement and control gathered under one roof; the two day exhibition is an ideal opportunity for key decision-makers and engineers in the processing and manufacturing sectors to source new products and solutions while getting up to date with the latest industry developments and thinking.

Among the companies that have already confirmed their presence at the show are Ashcroft Instruments, Kistler, PCB Piezotronics, Keller UK, Sensonics and LIMAB , to name just a few – and the line-up is still growing. A full A-Z of exhibitors is available on the Sensors & Instrumentation website.

As well as presenting a unique opportunity to discuss individual requirements and applications with representatives from leading brands, the show is a chance to delve deeper and take home priceless information from the show’s four feature areas.

Representatives from key engineering institutions and organisations will be on hand in the new Enterprise Hub. With an expertly curated two-day programme, manufacturers will be able to discover the vast array of opportunities at their fingertips – from funding to training, standards and beyond.

Sessions taking place in the Enterprise Hub include: ‘Making it happen – a view from UK manufacturing and the challenges and choices that lie ahead’ led by Make UK’s Charlotte Horobin and ‘An introduction to apprenticeship and technician qualifications’ with Dan Canty of The Institute of Engineering & Technology. The hub will also host presentations led by key figures from GAMBICA, The British Measurement & Testing Association, The Defence and Security Accelerator, the Centre for Innovation in Advanced Measurement in Manufacturing and more.

Also debuting in 2019 is the Engineering Symposium; an exciting partnership with DJB Instruments that is a must-attend for engineers visiting the show. A team of speakers from some of the UK’s leading technology and engineering companies will deliver CPD accredited training through technical sessions driven by sensor innovation and the very latest in engineering, with topics ranging from signal processing to accelerometer technology.

For a ‘snapshot’ of the products and solutions on offer at the exhibition, visitors can head to Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst, or the Innovation in Action exhibit. Sponsored by PCB Piezotronics, this feature area will be showcasing live and interactive product demonstrations over the course of the exhibition – with sessions from the sponsor themselves, SIKA, Bronkhorst, Devtank and more.

Plus, Sensors & Instrumentation Live is co-located with IMHX and TCT Show providing a bumper opportunity to source products and knowledge and network with over 15,000 likeminded professionals at the NEC, Birmingham.

Sensors & Instrumentation Live has received the backing of headline sponsor Mouser Electronics, Bronkhorst, PCB Piezotronics and Sika – and the show’s 10th anniversary exhibition is not to be missed!