Sensors & Instrumentation Live is back and better than ever for its 10th anniversary edition, taking place on Wednesday 25 to Thursday 26 September 2019 in Hall 2 at the NEC Birmingham.

Registration is now open and you can head to the dedicated exhibition website to claim your free ticket to this unmissable event, providing the ultimate environment in which to network with market leading companies and unlimited access to the latest technology the sector has to offer.

Who will be exhibiting?

Exhibitors already confirmed to be at the show include the likes of Broadband Technology 2000, Charcroft, Fischer Connectors, Kistler, Keller, Mantracourt, PCB Piezotronics, Trafag and Shawcity. Head to the Sensors & Instrumentation Live website for the full A-Z of exhibitors.

What’s on…?

As well as the broad range of exhibitors at the show, there are also a number of feature areas to visit, with each offering vital knowledge, advice and interactive experiences from different parts of the industry.

The Enterprise Hub is the place to go for invaluable presentations from representatives of key organisations and engineering institutions, sharing information on opportunities that are available throughout the sector, covering subjects including funding, training schemes, apprenticeships and best practice standards.

Organisations taking part in this year’s Enterprise Hub include British Measurement & Testing Association (BMTA) – representing the interest of the measurement and testing industry. The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) – finds/funds exploitable innovation to support UK defence and security, whilst quickly and effectively supporting UK prosperity, Gambica – the trade association for instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory tech in the UK. The Institute of Engineering & Technology – set out to inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community to engineer a better world. As well as Make UK – leading the way in developing skills and driving a competitive advantage for the UK by stimulating success for manufacturing businesses.

Along with this is the introduction of the brand new Innovation in Action area, sponsored by PCB Piezotronics. Featuring live demonstrations from exhibitors, giving visitors, engineers and industry professionals a clear insight into new products, with expert advice on how they can be used to benefit operations in the field and their businesses.

Companies that are confirmed to showcase their innovations so far are: Bronkhorst – leader in mass flow meter/mass flow controller technology, who will be demonstrating the companies Liquid Dosing Module; Devtank – an open source test and measurement company, focusing on comprehensive production, test, measurement and automation solutions. As well as PCB Piezotronics – designers, manufacturers and global suppliers of accelerometers, microphones, torque, lead, strain and pressure sensors, used by design engineers and predictive maintenance professionals.

This year Sensors & Instrumentation Live will be launching the Engineering Symposium, in partnership with DJB Instruments – global leader in vibration and sensing technology. The Engineering Symposium will offer the latest in Sensor Innovation CPD accredited training from a team of the UK’s leading engineering and technology companies. Subjects to be covered in the programme include Basics of signal processing, Analysis and control of noise sources in data, Accelerometer technology and plenty more. Additionally industry based presentations will be held further explaining how the most state of the art sensor technology has been applied in challenging ways that could be helpful in making operations more efficient.

Your free entry badge will also give you access to the Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst, exhibiting a selection of the most cutting-edge products the industry has to offer in an overview of what is at the heart of Sensors & Instrumentation Live.

Sponsoring the show…

The exhibition has continued to gain support from headline sponsor Mouser Electronics for their third year, industry heavyweights Bronkhorst, DJB Instruments, PCB Piezotronics, and Sika, as well partnerships with 19 leading industry titles, proving to be the show not to be missed.

Sign me up!

Register for your free entry badge to the Sensors & Instrumentation Live exhibition and gain admission to all of the hubs, presentations and training programmes the show has to offer, not to mention the unique occasion to network with fellow industry professionals. You can claim your free entry badge today by registering online at

Want to get involved?

More information on booking a stand can be found on the ‘Exhibit’ page of the dedicated website, or by contacting Louise Pudney directly on +44 (0) 1622 699104 or at