In celebration of its 10th Anniversary, many new feature areas have been added to this year’s Sensors & Instrumentation Live. Visitors will get the chance to experience these areas, such as the Enterprise Hub and Innovation in Action, at the NEC on 25 and 26 September


here 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. As well as discovering products and services from market-leading companies, you can learn how to grow your business in the Enterprise Hub, see demonstrations of the best technology in Innovation in Action and find out about the latest in engineering in the Engineering Symposium. Registration is now open, and your free ticket also gets you access to the co-located TCT Show. 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 & awards manager at The Institution of Engineering & Technology (The IET), will present ‘An introduction to apprenticeship and technician qualifications’. He 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 & 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 and how

is Innovation in Action, sponsored by PCB Piezotronics. Free-to-attend, the Innovation in Action demonstrations will give you a better insight into the products that are on show and how they can benefit your own operations. Unlike online sourcing of new products and solutions, this gives you a chance to see how these products work in real life and to have your questions answered by the experts. Companies already confirmed to speak in

they can be turned into opportunities. 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, one of the most significant breakthroughs of the 20th century, is driving the development of more accurate, faster and portable technologies. The Government announced £235m

funding for quantum technologies in the 2018 Budget, taking total funding for the next phase of the National Quantum Technologies programme to £315m. As the lead partner for the UK National Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, the University of Birmingham is well-positioned to inform and share details of its exciting technological developments, pioneering research and ground-breaking investigations in quantum sensors that are attracting keen interest from industry. Other organisations that have already

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

Visitors will benefit from the opportunity to see all the market-leaders under one roof

Innovation in Action include PCB Piezotronics, Devtank, SIKA and Bronkhorst. A live demonstration of PCB Piezotronics’ products will take place in the feature area. The company is a designer, manufacturer, and global supplier of accelerometers, microphones, force, torque, load, strain, and pressure sensors, as well as the pioneer of ICP technology. Devtank will be demonstrating its new

open source modular test product called HILTOP (Hardware In-the-loop Test Operating Platform), while Bronkhorst’s Damian Walker will be giving a demonstration of the company’s LDM (Liquid Dosing Module). The LDM is a modular assembly of a Bronkhorst mini CORI-FLOW mass flow meter and a pump system, built together in a robust enclosure as a complete unit with integrated power supply and touch-screen interface. It is capable of very low flow continuous or batch dosing. The popular Innovation Showcase,

sponsored by Bronkhorst, makes a return to Sensors & Instrumentation Live for 2019. Visitors can get hands-on with devices from companies such as Charcroft Electronics, Mantracourt, Bronkhorst and Broadband Technology 2000. The Engineering Symposium is an

exciting partnership between DJB Instruments and Sensors & Instrumentation Live that will present CPD-accredited training that is driven by sensor innovation and engineering. DJB will bring together a team of speakers to present a two day programme of technical training sessions. Subjects covered include: basics of signal processing and accelerometer technology. 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. To register for the free event or to find

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