Sensors & Instrumentation returns to the NEC Birmingham just a few weeks later, on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th September 2016. Companies including Fischer Connectors, Michell, PR Electronics and Shawcity are exhibiting at Sensors & Instrumentation, as well as the Scotland show for greater market reach.
Now in its 7th year and firmly established as the UK’s only dedicated sensors event for the test, measurement and control sectors, visitors to Sensors & Instrumentation will have access to all the latest products, technology and solutions from over 80 market-leading suppliers.
VPG Sensors is to exhibit at Sensors & Instrumentation. UK sales manager Robert Stone comments: “Sensors & Instrumentation brings together a wide range of potential new and current customers looking to increase efficiency and reduce cost within their business. Our (BLH Nobel) weight and force measurement solutions offer repeatable and accurate monitoring and control solutions. We are also looking to extend our brand awareness and showcase our new products.”
Ian Goldsbrough, sales manager for InfraTec says: “This will be our 5th year at this show, which has grown consistently over the years. Sensors & Instrumentation gives us the ideal platform to show new innovative Infrared sensors for gas analysis and flame detection to an audience with real interest.”
Sensirion is a leading manufacturer of high-quality sensors and sensor solutions for the measurement and control of humidity, and of gas and liquid flows. Andreas Meile, head of marketing & communications says: “It’s the ideal exhibition to present our new and enhanced sensor solutions for measuring humidity and temperature, gas flow and liquid flow as well as differential pressure.”
Pressure-Sensor.com is a global designer and manufacturer of sensor-based products. Bluetooth (BLE) enabled sensors for industrial and commercial applications and barometric pressure sensors, is an exciting enhancement to its product range for Sensors and Instrumentation 2016.
Commenting on behalf of the company, Chris Anderson says: “Our aim is to offer customers the opportunity to discuss in detail our range of standard sensors and the options for full-custom OEM products, to look for distributors and partners in Europe and to extend our brand awareness.”
Highlights of Sensors & Instrumentation include the ‘Innovation Showcase’ special display area within the show floor and the new ‘Machine Building Zone’ covering a comprehensive variety of products aimed at the machine builder and system integrator.
The event also has a focused technical seminar programme that will include presentations from leading suppliers in the test, measurement and control industry, together with high-level keynote and editorially led conference sessions taking place in a dedicated theatre within the show.
Managing editor Neil Mead says: “Reflecting the worldwide use of intelligent and connected sensors in an ever-growing number of industries and applications, the Sensors & Instrumentation seminars and conference sessions continue to be popular with visitors. Those wishing to speak at the event are invited to submit a talk topic and short synopsis online for consideration.”
By registering for Sensors & Instrumentation, visitors will have access to the largest group industrial events taking place at the same time in the NEC – including Micro Nano MEMS (which is taking place in the same hall), TCT, and the PPMA Show.
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