Energising Grid Modernisation with Analog Devices at ENLIT 2023

At ENLIT 2023, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris, France, November 28–30, 2023, Analog Devices, Inc. on Stand 7.2.C10 will be demonstrating its holistic view of the energy grid, and the company’s solutions for grid modernisation, from renewable energy generation to energy storage, grid digitalisation, and charging infrastructure. Regardless of complexity, ADI solutions aim to simplify the paradigm into energy conversion, energy management, and energy storage.

For more information visit: ADI’s ENLIT 2023 web page.

Experience ADI’s demos at Stand 7.2.C10:

New Shunt-Based Polyphase Energy Meter Solution

Analog Devices’ 2nd generation of isolated ADCs brings significant improvements for shunt-based energy measurements in terms of form factor, performance, and EMI. A polyphase AC energy meter solution will be shown, measuring 3-phases and the neutral to be used in utility electric meters, as well as ‘behind-the-meter’ applications.

Smart Meter Portfolio
Analog Devices offers a wide variety of single-phase and polyphase solutions to meet different smart meter use cases. This demo will show ADI solutions spanning from its innovative mSure® self-calibration, meter accuracy monitoring with advanced tamper detection, to its power management solutions with supercap chargers.

Class S Power Quality Monitoring Solution

Power Quality Monitoring is becoming more critical for the reliability and stability of the grid as a variety of DERs (Distributed Energy Resources) are getting connected. Furthermore, being able to measure the Power Quality being delivered gives better insights to improve energy efficiency and optimise uptime of the end equipment. This demo will show the ADI solution for a certified IEC 61000-4-30 Class S Power Quality Meter.

DC Metering Solutions

The need to measure DC is expanding with the increase in DC fast chargers for electric vehicles, as well as a variety of grid systems operating on DC power. Analog Devices is showing the latest solution that is a fit for both AC as well as DC applications. 

Power Conversion Solutions

The increase in renewable DERs creates a need for improved grid stability. Bi-directional on-board chargers (OBCs) such as this 11kW OBC featuring ADI’s new Smart Switch product family, enable electric vehicles to contribute their energy to the grid and deliver grid stability and peak shaving when needed most.

Energy Storage Solutions

Energy Storage Systems are essential to stabilise the grid with increased on-boarding of renewable generation, and annual deployment is forecast to increase 6-fold by 2030. This demo is a complete BMS system for Li-ion battery Energy Storage that highlights ADI’s highest accuracy BMS, most robust isolated communications and MCU hardware and software.

EV AC Charging Solutions

The addition of Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment on the grid is expanding quickly, but needs to accelerate even further. ADI empowers our customers to build their own charging system quickly and easily, with the help of 2 open reference designs: a 22kW AC Wallbox (Level 2) platform with metrology and charge controller, and a 3.6kW AC Cordset (Level 1) reference design. 

ADI Speaking Programme at ENLIT 2023:

Summit Panel Session: Achieving a Net Zero Industry

Patrick Morgan, Corporate Vice President, Automotive Electrification & Sustainable Energy

Date: November 29, 2023

Time: 11:15 AM – 12:30 PM

Location: Evolve Stage (Hall 7.3)

Empowering Grid Intelligence, Security, and Flexibility Through Advancements in Semiconductor Technologies

Dermot O’Keeffe, Product Line Director, Smart Grid Solution Group

Date: November 29, 2023

Time: 16:15 PM – 16:30 PM

Location: Digitalisation Hub – Theatre 2 (Hall 7.3)

Enabling EV Charging Infrastructure to Support e-Mobility on the Grid

Wayne Meyer, Marketing Director, Automotive Electrification and Sustainable Energy Group

Enabling EV Charging Infrastructure to Support e-Mobility on the Grid

Date: November 30, 2023

Time: 11:55 AM – 12:15 PM

Location: Decarbonisation Hub – Theatre 2 (Hall 7.3)

For more information visit: ADI’s ENLIT 2023 web page.

Emerson uses conference to demonstrate how boundless automation vision creates technology foundation for sustainable, productive operations

Registration is now open for Emerson Exchange Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) 2024, which will take place at the Congress Center Dьsseldorf, in Germany, from February 27-29. This will be the first Emerson Exchange in Europe to be held in-person since 2018, following the COVID-19 pandemic. With a theme of ‘Explore, Engage, Evolve’, the Emerson users’ event will highlight how industrial manufacturers exploring greenfield project developments or modernisation of existing sites can employ powerful software and advanced automation solutions to achieve step-change improvements in sustainability and operational performance.

Emerson Exchange is an industry-leading technical conference, where professionals from process, hybrid and discrete manufacturing gather to share ideas, collaborate on solutions and get expert advice on how to extract the most from their automation technology investments. Thousands of delegates from more than 50 countries are expected to attend the conference, where they can network with their peers and hear more than 150 users sharing their experiences and presenting solutions to some of their most challenging automation projects.

“Emerson Exchange EMEA 2024 provides the perfect platform to present our latest advanced automation software and technologies designed to help organisations meet their operational, decarbonisation and sustainability goals,” said John Nita, president of Emerson Europe. “Attendees will have the opportunity to explore transformative ideas and gain inspiration and insights from industry leaders to accelerate their own improvement programmes.”

A highlight of the conference will be a summit focusing on the key topic of sustainability, where executives from leading global manufacturers will hold roundtable discussions about meeting decarbonisation targets. Emerson’s Women’s Impact Network employee resource group will host a summit focusing on the significant impact of women in business and providing valuable insights from inspirational women at the forefront of the engineering and tech industry. In addition, the event will feature a range of industry forums, with experts meeting to discuss the latest trends and technological developments in the chemical, energy, food and beverage, life sciences, LNG and metals and mining industries.

“The Emerson Exchange EMEA 2024 will be one of the largest gatherings of industry leaders exchanging ideas, forming collaborations and discovering innovations that will drive our industry forward,” said Mathias Schinzel, president of Emerson Middle East and Africa. “The remarkable level of interest we’ve seen from the Middle East and Africa serves as a clear signal that the region is not just keen to embrace the future of manufacturing and energy, but actively shape it by fully committing to advancing sustainability and decarbonisation journeys.”

The 5000mІ EXPO will be divided into zones focused on sustainability and decarbonisation, industries, technologies and expertise. Delegates will be able to hold in-depth discussions with industry experts about their specific applications and learn about Emerson’s portfolio of software solutions and its Boundless Automation™ vision for implementing a next-generation automation architecture across an enterprise, enabling significant business improvements.

The event will also feature the largest training programme ever held at an Emerson Exchange in Europe, with 600 places available on a range of certificated courses, giving delegates the chance to develop their skills as a means of enhancing their career. Further supporting talent development, the event will also include a STEM open day for university students.

For more information, go to

Instrumentation Live comes to the NCC in 2024

On 17 January 2024 Instrumentation Live and Electronics Live will come together for the very first time at the National Conference Centre (NCC) in Birmingham. The one-day table top exhibitions will present the very best tech under one roof, making it an unmissable day for networking to kick off 2024…

Instrumentation Live, sponsored by IndySoft, is coming to the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on 17 January 2024. This brand new table top event is the ideal platform for showcasing your latest technology in the fields of test, measurement and control. The free-to-attend event aims to attract key decision makers that are looking to source the latest products and solutions and stay up-to-date with the latest developments.

Why visit?

Visitors benefit from the unique opportunity to see all of the instrumentation market leaders under one roof, while exhibitors enjoy an incredible ROI from the highly-targeted and relevant crowd that the event will attract. Exhibitors already signed up to be at the event include Michell Instruments, Micro-Epsilon, ION Science, POWTechnology, Calex Electronics, Trafag, Dewesoft, Asset Instruments Engineering, Luso Electronics, Rheintacho, D.A.T.S., Status Instruments, Winters Instruments; Sensing Innovation Leadership Council;Alphasense; Magnaflux; Mettler Toledo; Display Technology; Indysoft; GI Systems; Acoustic Camera; Strainsense and European Springs and Pressings.

With market-leading companies exhibiting at the event and co-location with Electronics Live there are lots of reasons to visit the event. The exhibition enables visitors to source cutting-edge innovations and knowledge from industry experts. Attendees can also forge valuable connections and do business with prospective clients face-to-face.

The day will also see a series of seminars covering the latest and hottest topics in the sector. More information about the seminars will be announced soon.

Why exhibit?

Got new products and solutions that you want to showcase? Instrumentation Live is an ideal platform to launch your innovations to the UK market. The exhibition will attract a highly engaged and focused audience and  serves as the ideal opportunity to strengthen existing business relationships and secure new connections. And with the 2024 exhibition joining forces with Electronics Live, there will be more opportunities to network than ever before. What’s more, Instrumentation Live receives extensive coverage in a number of industry publications – meaning that all of our exhibitors do too. The NCC will be the place for your test, measurement, control and electronic needs come 17 January 2024.

Celebrate 40 years of CIE at Electronics Live

Electronics Live will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of electronics magazine CIE (Components in Electronics). On the evening of 17 January 2024 there will be a three course meal, entertainment and a special guest to honour one of the most important publications in the electronics sector.

Find out more

Please visit to find out more about this exciting new event. Alternatively, to find out more about exhibiting at Instrumentation Live, please contact Louise Tiller by emailing To find out more about exhibiting at Electronics Live or attending the evening event, please contact Harriet Campbell by emailing

Swindon Silicon Systems sponsors Elektra Awards 2023

Swindon Silicon Systems, a mixed signal ASIC specialist and a Sensata Technologies company, demonstrates its ongoing support for innovation in the electronics sector by sponsoring the Elektra Awards. The prestigious event will celebrate growth and performance during its annual ceremony at Grosvenor House, London on November 29, 2023.

With 18 award categories and over 300 attendees each year, the Elektra Awards is a calendar highlight for global electronics leaders. The event will recognise the achievements of companies and individuals alike, with awards available in categories from semiconductors and start-ups to product design and power systems.

This year’s ceremony comes after the UK government’s announcement of its £1bn, 20-year semiconductor strategy, which will see investment in domestic chip companies to secure the UK’s position as a global semiconductor leader.

The ceremony is supported by an independent panel of 20 representatives from leading organisations, as well as a host of industry sponsors. This includes Swindon Silicon Systems, which returns as the Design Tool and Development Software category sponsor. The award will recognise the company with the strongest capabilities in software design tool, application and software intellectual property (IP) development.

Richard Mount, Director of Sales at Swindon Silicon Systems, is looking forward to rewarding the innovative work of the software design companies that make chip development and manufacture possible.

“Without high quality software, we would not be able to deliver our range of Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), System in Package (SiP) and System on Chip (SoC) technologies on time and to specification. Our longstanding partnership with the Elektra Awards is a brilliant opportunity to highlight the huge array of global electronics talent. It also serves as inspiration for how we can further develop companies and individuals domestically,” he explained.

With over 50 years of expertise in the electronics sector, Swindon is a specialist in custom ASICs, which are designed with a specific application in mind, offering optimised performance and Intellectual Property (IP) protection versus off-the-shelf ICs.

Custom ASICs are difficult to re-engineer or reuse in other applications and come with the guarantee that they will be available for the entirety of the customers’ product lifespan, limiting the risk of obsolescence.

The 21st edition of the Elektra Awards will be celebrated at Grosvenor House, November 29, 2023. To discover the award categories and how you can attend, visit the Elektra website. If you’d like to learn how a custom IC solution can work for you, please contact Swindon.

Watlow to present at Semicon Europa’s Fab Management Forum

Industrial technology company, Watlow, has announced it will be speaking at Semicon Europa’s Fab Management Forum on Wednesday 15 November 2023. Taking place at 2:35 PM (CET) at the Messe in Munich, the speech will discuss the importance of electric thermal solutions in reducing the footprint of semiconductor manufacturing.

A report from Greenpeace revealed that semiconductor manufacturing is projected to emit 86 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) globally by 2030.

Energy intensive sectors like semiconductor manufacturing are under pressure to decarbonise. At this year’s Semicon Europa, Watlow will take to the stage to present at the Fab Management Forum. The presentation, titled Watlow’s approach towards energy efficiency and achieving net-zero, will be held by Blake Parkinson, Director of Gas Delivery Business Segment at Watlow.

Parkinson will discuss Watlow’s approach towards achieving net-zero through electrical thermal solutions, such as sensors, controllers and heaters, painting the picture of how these products can enable faster progress for companies aiming to reduce their energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

“Semiconductors are vital components for automotive, medical equipment and appliances, but the manufacturing of these chips comes with a hidden cost,” explains Blake Parkinson. “They are energy intensive to manufacture and as a result, can produce a high volume of CO2 emissions.

“The industry must learn how to manufacture more sustainably by adopting sustainable, long-term strategies. But this is a practice that must infiltrate the entire manufacturing supply chain. And this is where electric thermal solutions lend a hand.

“As a supplier to many of the world’s leading companies, Watlow is committed to supporting our customers’ journey to net-zero. Using unique raw materials, computer-aided simulations and advanced power control technology, we can ensure high accuracy and reliability in the heat treatment we provide. In fact, this has been proven to reduce power output by ten per cent. When scaled to fab-level consumption, this provides meaningful support to our worldwide journey to net zero emissions,” continued Parkinson.

Semicon Europa will be held at the Messe in Munich from November 14 — 17 2023. To attend Watlow’s speech, head to room 14a on November 15 at 2:35 PM (CET) local time. To learn more about Watlow’s solutions for decarbonisation, visit

Calibration in the focus

When SENSOR+TEST starts again in Nuremberg from June 11 to 13, 2024, there will be a very special highlight with the new “Calibration Area”. Under the motto “Innovative Calibration”, numerous exhibitors will present innovations for the calibration of sensors and measuring technology in a compact area. The focus will be on digital concepts and the challenges of calibration.

The topic of “calibration” is currently at the top of most companies’ to-do lists. As the number of sensors and measuring points increases, the use of modern digital and automated calibration concepts is becoming a decisive competitive factor for the entire technical industry.

During SENSOR+TEST 2024, visitors will experience the fascinating world of calibration up close. At the “Calibration Area”, exhibitors will present their latest and reliable applications and services. Everyone from calibration laboratories to renowned institutions will be represented.

But the “Calibration Area” is more than just an attractive joint stand or individual stands. In combination with an open Technology Forum, it is the ideal platform for the innovation dialog between manufacturers, calibration service providers and users.

In the morning, the Technology Forum offers an exciting program with best-practice lectures in which exhibitors present their proven applications. In the afternoon, visitors can expect top-class tutorials and special sessions in which they can learn more about the importance, strategies and the digital future of calibration. Hot topics: the International System of Units (SI), traceability and measurement uncertainty, proven calibration strategies in various fields, current developments and challenges in calibration – including digitally networked measurement systems, quantum-based and cognitive sensors and measurement systems. The international status of technological development and regulation will also be presented. A special highlight is the topic of “Digital Calibration Certificate”.

Renowned institutions such as PTB, NIST, Fraunhofer, VDI/VDE-GMA, Leibniz-IPHT, BIPM, TU Darmstadt share their expertise with the visitors, who can thus benefit from an enormous expert know-how and make important contacts for their projects.

Further information on the SENSOR+TEST can be found at

Experience the future of manufacturing at FANUC’s Open House

Opening its doors to manufacturers of all shapes and sizes, FANUC UK will showcase the future of manufacturing at its annual Open House event in Coventry next week (14-16 Nov 2023, Ansty Park, Coventry). Combining real-world case studies, high-level panel debates, Q&A sessions, plus hands-on robot training, live demos and a vibrant exhibition area, this year’s Open House promises to be the highlight of the automation calendar. FANUC’s free-to-attend event will offer insights and solutions from industry leaders to some of the biggest challenges facing manufacturers today, including productivity, sustainability, labour shortages and upskilling. Across three days, a packed seminar programme will uncover the benefits of automation and robotics for modern manufacturers, with the event culminating in the WorldSkills UK industrial robotics live final. Here’s the day-by-day breakdown of just what’s in store at FANUC’s Open House 2023…

Day 1 – The future of UK manufacturing

FANUC UK’s Managing Director, Tom Bouchier, will kick off the event on Tuesday 14th November with a summary of the current state of automation uptake in the UK. This is followed by a panel discussion featuring industry thought leader Stuart Whitehead of the Jefferson Group and senior representatives from FANUC UK and Europe, focusing on breaking down barriers to automation.

The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing will then reveal their ultra-smart ‘Omnifactory’ approach to manufacturing, followed by a deep dive into cobot market trends by FANUC’s Paul Richards. The morning sessions culminate with a panel discussion on busting the automation myths with the PPMA’s Peter Williamson, Gary Herbert from Rockwell Automation, FANUC’s Carl Patrick and Martin Kidman from SICK.

Day 2 – Sustainable manufacturing

Incorporating sustainability into every facet of the manufacturing supply chain is the focus for day two, which begins with a session on total cost of ownership by FANUC’s Oliver Selby. Tom Mott from Rockwell Automation will then enlighten the audience on how to help their customers become more productive and sustainable, before CHG’s Peter Clarke reveals how to use data to increase sustainability.

A real-world case study from Recycleye will showcase the benefits of automation for the waste sector, while a panel discussion on the importance of putting sustainability at the forefront of manufacturing plans rounds off the day two sessions.

Day 3 – Education, education, education

The final day of the FANUC Open House focuses on the next generation of engineers, with a variety of exciting presentations set to showcase the benefits of a career in manufacturing. Current apprentices will reveal their real-life experiences, while previous winners and participants of the WorldSkills UK industrial robotics competition will outline the impact the initiative has had on shaping their future.

The seminar programme ends with a panel debate on closing the gap between industry and education, featuring insight from the MTC’s Mike Wilson and Rockwell Automation’s Tom Mott, among others.

Hands-on robot training

While each morning will be given over to high-level presentations and debates, the Open House afternoon sessions present the chance for visitors to get up close and personal with the latest automation and robotics technology. Robot training taster sessions, live demos, and a 30-strong exhibition area featuring innovative automation solutions from across the manufacturing sphere will allow manufacturers to see for themselves the benefits that automation can bring to their production lines. Culminating in the live final of the 2023 WorldSkills UK industrial robotics competition, the FANUC UK Open House event is not to be missed.

For the full agenda and to register your attendance at the FANUC Annual Open House (14-16 November 2023, Ansty Park, Coventry), go to

Bridge data to insights for a more sustainable industrial future

At SPS 2023 (Smart Production Solutions, Nuremberg, November 14 – 16, 2023), ADI will be demonstrating how the company collaborates with its customers to enable digital transformation, drive innovation, and power the next generation of industrial capabilities. To realize ambitious efficiency, productivity, and sustainability goals, the industrial sector must look to application-level solutions to capture, and act on, operational data. ADI’s leading technologies bridge the physical and digital worlds with sensing, connectivity, power, and processing solutions, enabling our customers to transform their data into actionable insights. Visit ADI’s SPS 2023 web page.

Experience ADI’s Industrial demos at Hall 5, Booth 110:

• Interactive Industrial Smart Factory Experience: Virtually tour the digital factory of the future. Explore how factory configurations are changing and the ADI technologies enabling this evolution, including smart connected sensors, adaptive process automation, agile industrial robotics, modular motion control and real-time asset health monitoring.

•  Increase Productivity with Modular Mobile Robotics: See how an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) is deployed for optimal control and guidance, while identifying and avoiding obstacles, creating safer working environments through improved sensing. This ADAM (Analog Devices Autonomous Robot) demo showcases a complete AMR solution simplifying design with ADI’s modular platforms, including high accuracy depth sensing, motor control of four independent wheel drives, intelligent AI processing and mapping, optimized communications, and battery management. This is supported by ROS software drivers for fast time to market.

•  Agile Manufacturing with Industrial Robotics: Discover how ADI is addressing three key pillars of robotics – motion control, precision position sensing and perception sensing. Get hands-on with an interactive robotic demo where you are challenged to control the robot and select a prize from a moving conveyor belt. Experience how the world’s first single chip absolute multiturn and angle position sensor tracks rotation even when power is lost.

•  The Industrial Network of the Future: To fully enable the modern digital factory and realize the productivity gains offered by data and AI, the convergence between the IT and the OT networks must be both seamless and secure. This platform demonstration shows how ADI is empowering factory and process automation systems to leverage the vast quantities of generated data, bridging data to insights for efficiencies at scale. Gather key measurement data and new insights from all corners of the modern factory with ADI’s Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), single pair Ethernet, software configurable I/O, IO-Link® and cyber security technologies. 

•  Energy Efficient Production with Intelligent Motor Drives: Legislation is driving the move from traditional fixed speed, grid-connected motors to motors paired with variable-speed drives, for optimum load and torque matching to optimize energy usage. Explore next-generation industrial motor systems featuring AI and sensors for fault detection, diagnosed and displayed in real time.

Presentations by ADI experts in the technical conference program:

ADI’s presence at SPS 2023 will be complemented by seven technical expert presentations during the SPS conference:

Tuesday, November 14, 2023:

  • 10:10 – 10:30am: Intelligent System Design for Energy-Efficient Drives, presented by Blas Bogado Martinez (Forum Hall 6)
  • 02:10 – 02:30pm: 10BASE-T1L beyond APL –  News from the Intelligent Edge, presented by Volker Goller (Forum Hall 6)
  • 12:40 – 01:00pm: Integrated SoC Drives Smart 4-20mA Transmitter, presented by Franco Contadini (Forum Hall 8)

Wednesday, November 15, 2023:

  • 09:50 – 10:10am: Simplifying the Design and Certification of Functionally Safe Designs by using Certified Converters, presented by Mary McCarthy (Forum Hall 6)
  • 12:00 – 12:20pm: Accelerating Industrial Sustainability through Intelligent Edge Innovation, presented by Fiona Treacy (Forum Hall 8)
  • 02:30 – 02:50pm: The World’s First Single Chip Absolute Multiturn Position Sensor, presented by Enda Nicholl (Forum Hall 6)
  • 03:50 – 04:20pm: High Voltage and Noise Robust Solutions in the Industrial Ecosystem enabled by Integrated and Miniaturized Isolation, presented by Maurizio Granato (Forum Hall 6)

For more information, visit ADI’s SPS 2023 web page.

Advanced Engineering to open its doors in less than two weeks

We’re rapidly approaching Advanced Engineering, the UKs largest annual gathering of engineering and manufacturing professionals, with the trade show taking place on November 1 and 2, 2023 at the NEC, Birmingham. This years’ event will reveal a host of products and technologies and has several industry-leading speakers confirmed across a variety of sectors, including aerospace, composites, automotive, space and satellite, marine, defence and security, rail and more. Exhibitors can also expect to see the implementation of brand-new sustainability initiatives, and a brand new app that is designed to help foster new connections effectively amidst thousands of attendees.

Advanced Engineering 2023 exhibition promises a showcase of cutting-edge innovations and collaborative efforts from leading industry players. Several well-known companies have registered to attend the show, one of which includes ThrustWSH that is showing off its groundbreaking boat prototype in collaboration with PRF Composites, having set the world land speed record.

Elsewhere, MGI Engineering will showcase its path to net-zero by displaying its latest technologies, from F1 cars to eVTOL drones, while Cyclopic is set to reveal clean-tech solutions, introducing centerless wheel technology. As for material science, the University of Manchester’s advanced manufacturing experts will be there to highlight graphene’s extraordinary properties, and Gravitilab Aerospace Services is presenting a patented drop pod for unique microgravity environments.

Along with what can be seen at the show, Advanced Engineering is also setting up a range of forums and a new main stage. These forums will feature industry leaders discussing crucial topics like supply chain management, innovation, digitalisation and sustainability.

This will be spread across the two days, with day one featuring speakers such as Richard Noble, OBE,  former land speed record holder, and Eman Martin-Vignerte, Director of External Affairs and Government Relations at Bosch, who will shed light on digitalisation and automation. Then, in the afternoon, there will be a women in manufacturing panel, followed by a discussion from a Make UK representative on how new industrial technologies are affecting the skilled workforce.

On day two, Make UK is delivering the opening keynote ahead of Made in Britain discussing innovation in British engineering and design. A panel on women in composites will subsequently follow, along with two competitions on the main stage throughout the day — the Enabling Innovation competition in the morning and the SAMPE Design and Make competition in the afternoon.

Each forum offers an opportunity to interact with industry leaders, from aerospace giants like Rolls-Royce to composite innovators and automotive technology experts such as Silverstone Technology Cluster. Whether it’s about digitally enabled supply chains or on the future of composites, attendees have an opportunity to gain valuable industry insights.

“The forums are designed so visitors from one industry can attend and learn from speakers from an entirely different sector, enabling cross-industry collaboration and education,” said Alison Willis, director of Advanced Engineering organiser, Easyfairs. “To further facilitate this, we designed a new app that helps exhibitors to establish valuable connections for business growth.

“The app introduces an improved booking system, allowing visitors to schedule meetings with exhibitors effortlessly, and has a filtering function for sector specific searches to streamline the scheduling process. There is also a ‘my matches’ section, which employs an algorithm to suggest potential meeting matches, ensuring visitors and exhibitors alike to network efficiently and conveniently.”

Attendees can download the app on iOS and Android, and if you’re interested in discovering the most innovative products across a range of industries, there is still time to secure your place at the Advanced Engineering website.

IndySoft sponsors Instrumentation Live

IndySoft, a leader in calibration and asset management software, has been announced as a sponsor of the 2024 Instrumentation Live exhibition.

IndySoft is recognised as supplying the best ‘commercially available’ Enterprise-wide range of Gauge Management, Instrument Calibration Software and Tool Management Software Tools on the market today.

Founded in 1998, IndySoft has been transforming the way enterprise manufacturing and commercial calibration labs have managed their systems for over two decades. As perpetual innovators, IndySoft has introduced multiple technologies which are now staple requests by any organisation seeking a professional asset management solution, and we continue looking towards the future to new technologies that will save you time and money. The company’s focus is on calibration, tooling, automation, maintenance, and repair.

Instrumentation Live comes to the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on 17 January 2024. This brand new table top event is the ideal platform for showcasing your latest technology in the fields of test, measurement and control. Find out more about the event on page 10 of this issue. Alternatively, visit