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SHOW PREVIEW SENSORS & INSTRUMENTATION 2018


Six reasons to visit Sensors & Instrumentation


Sensors & Instrumentation returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018. Here are six reasons why you should attend this year’s exhibition - and you do not want to miss out!


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ensors & Instrumentation, sponsored by industry giant Mouser Electronics,


will return to Hall 1 of the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018. Registration for the event opens soon and there are a number of reasons why you should attend this year’s event.


1. THE UK’S ONLY NATIONAL SENSORS EVENT In its ninth year, the Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition is the UK’s only national sensors event for test, measurement and control. The show acts as a hub for market-leaders to display their latest devices. With over 80 exhibitors, you will find the products you need for a myriad of applications.


2. SEMINAR SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS Once again, Sensors & Instrumentation will offer a CPD accredited seminar programme presented by exhibitors and prominent figures within the industry. Seminars will address contemporary issues and topics, adding value to your experience at the show. Speakers at this year’s show include Neil Hamilton of Myriad Group, Alison Mitchell of Sensor City and Jiri Polak of IST. The 2018 event will also see the introduction of the Engineering Workshop series. Condensed into 45 minute sessions, the workshops are aimed at engineers in the early stages of their careers, looking to learn more about a variety of devices. Experts will explain how instruments work


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and the applications they can be used in. You will also have the opportunity to get hands-on experience with products.


3. FLC ZONE The Flow Level Control Zone (FLC Zone) is a new feature area for the 2018 event. Providing a platform for the latest


technologies in the flow, level and control sector, this niche area will showcase a range of 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.


4. INNOVATION SHOWCASE The ever popular Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst, returns to the 2018 edition of the exhibition. This feature area has been expanded to allow even more exhibitors to display their latest products and technology.


Discover a myriad of products from 80 market-leading


companies at the show


Prominent figures from within the industry will be presenting seminars and workshops


5. FORMULA 1 SIMULATION CAR Sponsored by Rheintacho UK, the Formula 1 simulation car gives you the opportunity to compete with your colleagues for the fastest lap time. The simulator attracts many visitors


and it provides a fantastic opportunity for networking.


6. CO-LOCATION The 2018 show will share a hall with What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) Live and will continue to be co-located with TCT Show and PPMA. So attending Sensors & Instrumentation will provide you with a bumper engineering experience. Find out more on the show website: sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk


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