You can experience life in the fast lane when the Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018. Rheintacho is sponsoring an F1 simulator at the exhibition, giving visitors the opportunity to compete with colleagues to get the fastest lap

Sensors & Instrumentation, sponsored by industry giant Mouser Electronics, takes place in Hall 1 at the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September. The 2018 edition of the event will see the exhibition share a hall with What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) Live and continue its longstanding co-location with PPMA and TCT.

Rheintacho, a manufacturer of measuring devices, sensors and accessories for rotational speed recording and monitoring, has been announced as the sponsor of the F1 simulator at the 2018 event. Visitors to the exhibition are invited to compete against colleagues, peers and friends for the fastest lap, bringing a competitive edge to proceedings. You can also visit Rheintacho’s stand at the show.


The F1 simulator is not the only feature at this year’s exhibition. The FLC Zone is a new specialist area dedicate to flow, level and control instruments. This niche area will showcase a range of groundbreaking products and solutions. Covering a vast array of machinery, ranging from the latest valves and flow meters to airbrators and vessels designed to optimise control, the FLC Zone is targeted at anyone involved in this essential field.


The ever popular Innovation Showcase returns to Sensors & Instrumentation for a fourth year. Sponsored by Bronkhorst, an expert in gas and liquid mass flow measurement and control, pressure measurement and control, vapour production and control and primary calibration systems, the Innovation Showcase is located at a key destination point within the hall.  This year, the feature area has expanded so that visitors can lay their hands on even more of the latest technology from industry-leading manufacturers.


Featuring presentations on topics at the forefront of the industry, the dedicated Sensors & Instrumentation seminar theatre will incorporate educational seminars from sector experts.

You can keep up-to-date with the latest news about the event on the Sensors & Instrumentation website. If you would like to find out more about exhibiting or if you would like to book a stand, please contact Louise Pudney (