Sensors & Instrumentation Live 2019: More content, brand new look

The 2019 edition of Sensors & Instrumentation Live, the UK’s only dedicated exhibition for test, measurement and control, will take place in Hall 2 of the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September. Following on from the success of the 2018 exhibition, Sensors & Instrumentation Live will once again be sharing a hall with What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) LIVE. The event will also have a direct crossover with TCT – and with a one ticket policy in operation, you don’t need to re-register to get access to WNIE LIVE and TCT allowing you to easily move between three great shows. Sensors & Instrumentation Live, What’s New in Electronics and TCT are working closely for 2019 to guarantee a much better exhibition experience. In  addition, Sensors & Instrumentation Live 2019 will be held at the same time as IMHX, the UK’s largest intralogistics event.

You will notice that Sensors & Instrumentation Live has undergone something of a rebrand for 2019. Formerly known as Sensors & Instrumentation, the exhibition is now known as Sensors & Instrumentation Live. This is partly to tie in with the changes made to the branding of Instrumentation Monthly, the exhibition’s associated magazine, but is also to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the event. With the new name, comes a new look with a striking logo that reinforces the connection between the magazine and the exhibition.

As the event marks its 10 year anniversary, 2019 is going to be a very exciting year for Sensors & Instrumentation Live. There will be a brand new CPD accredited seminar programme taking place over the two days, a host of technical training sessions, hands on product training and product launches. The popular Flow Level Control (FLC) Zone will be returning too.

We will be announcing more information about the show on a brand new website. Details on the new website will follow in the next few weeks so keep an eye out for an update in the November issue of Instrumentation Monthly. Until then, if you would like to find out more about the event or if you are interested in exhibiting, please contact Louise Pudney (

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