Sensors & Instrumentation Live celebrates 10th anniversary

There are many reasons to visit Sensors & Instrumentation Live when it returns to the NEC, Birmingham, on 25 and 26 September 2019, with new feature areas added to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show


s well as discovering new products and services, visitors can learn how to

grow their business in the Enterprise Hub, see demonstrations of the best technology in Innovation in Action, and find out about the very latest in engineering in the Engineering Symposium. Free registration for Sensors & Instrumentation Live is now open and the ticket is also valid for the co-located TCT Show. Mouser Electronics is the headline

sponsor of this year’s event. Graham Maggs, Mouser Electronics’ VP marketing Europe, explains why Sensors & Instrumentation Live is a must attend event for anyone interested in the Internet of Things (IoT) and the sensors that go in to making connected devices: “Sensors & Instrumentation Live is

important to the industry because it provides a vital and vibrant forum for discussion. In particular, at Mouser we are seeing huge interest in our burgeoning portfolio of sensor solutions. We believe that this is because of the realisation and uptake of a huge number of designs which come under the umbrella heading of Internet of Things (IoT). Every IoT implementation relies on data. Therefore, many IoT designs start with the choice of sensor. Temperature, speed, pressure, flow, gas detection, movement, person detection, light – these are just some of the sensor types offered by Mouser. We are delighted to sponsor Sensors & Instrumentation Live and look forward to a lively event.”

ENTERPRISE HUB New to the 2019 exhibition is the Enterprise Hub - an area that will explore the different growth opportunities that are available to manufacturers. Representatives from key engineering

institutions and organisations will give a series of invaluable presentations, giving visitors an insight into topics including funding, training, apprenticeships and standards. Dan Canty, accreditation and awards manager at The Institution of Engineering & Technology (The IET), will give the talk ‘An introduction to apprenticeship and technician qualifications’. As well as providing an


introduction to the qualifications, the talk will cover where to access information and support, and how the IET supports engineering apprentices, providers and employers. Another speaker lined up for the

Enterprise Hub is Charlotte Horobin, membership director – Midlands and East of England, Make UK. In her talk ‘Making it happen – a view from UK manufacturing and the challenges and choices that lie ahead’, Horobin will provide an overview of Make UK’s research of how the sector is faring in these challenging times and will explore some of the key hurdles that need to be capitalised on. Julian Moore, business engagement

manager at the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Innovation in Advanced Measurement in Manufacturing (CIAMM), will be explaining how quantum theory is driving the development of more accurate, faster and portable technologies. Other organisations that have already

signed up to be at the event include the British Measurement & Test Association (BMTA) and GAMBICA.

area provides an assembly of the most cutting-edge products and solutions available from exhibitors. Visitors can get hands-on with devices and make sure they do not miss out on anything. Exhibitors lined up to take part in the Innovation Showcase include Charcroft Electronics, Mantracourt, Bronkhorst and Broadband Technology 2000.

ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM The Engineering Symposium is a partnership between DJB Instruments and Sensors & Instrumentation Live that will present CPD-accredited training that is driven by sensor innovation and the very latest in engineering. DJB will bring together a team of speakers from some of the UK’s leading technology and engineering companies to present a two-day programme of technical training sessions. Subjects covered in the Engineering

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS The latest feature area to be announced is Innovation in Action. Free to attend, the Innovation in Action demonstrations will give a better insight into the products that are on show and how these products can benefit operations. Companies already confirmed to

speak in Innovation in Action include PCB Piezotronics, Devtank, SIKA and Bronkhorst. The popular Innovation Showcase,

sponsored by Bronkhorst, also makes a return this year. This exciting feature

Symposium will include: basics of signal processing; analysis and control of noise sources in data; accelerometer technology; and other topics. In addition, industry based presentations will describe how innovative sensor technology has been applied in some of the most technologically challenging applications of the modern era.

REGISTER FOR FREE Registration for Sensors & Instrumentation Live 2019 is free – to register or to find out more information about the exhibition, please visit the website below.

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