Joining forces with What’s New In Electronics LIVE

Sensors & Instrumentation returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September.
With a brand new feature area and even more opportunities to engage with new products, technologies and ideas, the show is not to be missed. This year, the number one sensors exhibition will share a hall with What’s New In Electronics LIVE
Sensors & Instrumentation, the UK’s only dedicated exhibition for test, measurement and control, will return to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018 and will share a hall with the country’s only electronics exhibition, What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) LIVE.
Event and sales manager, Louise Pudney comments: “The 2018 edition of Sensors & Instrumentation will offer visitors even more opportunities to engage with new products, technologies and ideas; this new development is all part of the bigger picture in which our aim is to create a much more vibrant engineering experience.”
Claire Saunders, event director for WNIE LIVE, says: “We believe that these events will complement one another and improve attendee numbers with the right visitors. The organisers of Sensors & Instrumentation are already embedded in this sector with several electronics publications, meaning we are able to work together to deliver a strong event for the UK electronics sector and ensure every relevant visitor is aware of it.”
Sensors & Instrumentation has also undergone something of a re-brand for 2018, with an updated logo encapsulating the connectivity that lies at the heart of the show and reflects the exhibition’s ongoing aim to bring together all aspects of the test, measurement and control industry under one roof. The brand new website makes it easy for both exhibitors and visitors alike to find out more about the show, from the benefits of booking a stand to what visitors can expect when they get there.
The exhibition is attended by buyers, specifiers, design engineers, engineers, technicians and over 85 per cent of those are responsible for purchasing and influencing purchasing decisions. Visitors from many market-leading companies attended the 2017 event, including Emerson, Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls Royce, Sony Corporation and Unilever UK.
Brand new for 2018 is the Flow Level Control Zone (FLC Zone). This dedicated specialist feature area will provide a platform for the latest technologies in the flow, level and control sector, showcasing a range of ground-breaking products and solutions. Covering a vast array of machinery ranging from the latest valves and flow metres to airbrators and vessels designed to optimise control, the FLC Zone is targeted at anyone involved in this essential field.
Returning feature areas include the Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst, the popular Formula 1 Simulation Car and the informative and educational seminar theatre covering vital topics at the forefront of the industry.
To find out more about attending the exhibition, please visit the show website:
Visited by a highly targeted audience of over 2,000 influencers and key decision makers, exhibiting at Sensors & Instrumentation will cost effectively promote products and grow your business by introducing new clients and securing leads. With the support of leading publications, institutions and leading groups, this show is the must attend event of 2018. If you would like to find out more about exhibiting or to book a stand, please contact Louise Pudney.


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