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UKIVA machine vision conference

Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes(MK1 1ST)

06/06/2019

Over 50 seminars and exhibitors from the world’s leading industrial vision companies. Access vision (more)

Made in the Midlands

Ericsson Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry(CV6 6AQ)

20/06/2019

Made in the Midlands, the Midland’s fastest-growing single industry network, will be returning (more)

Sensors & Instrumentation Live

NEC Birmingham(B40 1NT)

25/09/2019 - 26/09/2019

Sensors & Instrumentation Live will celebrate its 10 year anniversary in 2019 and the UK’s (more)

PPMA Show 2019

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

01/10/2019 - 03/10/2019

The UK’s largest ever event in the processing and packaging sector calendar. With over 350 exhibitors (more)

Advanced Engineering 2019

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

30/10/2019 - 31/10/2019

The UK's largest annual advanced manufacturing trade show, Advanced Engineering is your opportunity to (more)

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MakeUK, the rebranded EEF and vocal supporter of the UK’s manufacturing sector, has published a new fact card providing details of the industry’s health – and very interesting reading it makes, too. Produced in association with Santander Corporate and Commercial, it highlights a (more...)
Published: - 24th April 2019
Every February, Tonbridge hosts the UK’s largest second-hand and vintage hi-fi event, AudioJumble, which I attend religiously each year. Not to buy, necessarily, but often merely to peruse a veritable museum of classic audio equipment. In fact, it’s even better than a museum because at (more...)
Published: - 22nd February 2019
With Mrs Simms being away for a few days, I’ve been left to fend for myself. For the most part this has been okay, thanks to some forward planning – which essentially meant politely asking the gastronomically adept Mrs Simms to prepare a few meals in advance, which I could then reheat at (more...)
Published: - 25th January 2019
So what have we learned from the publication by the Government of the draft withdrawal document? Two key things I think. First, that the terms of the withdrawal aren’t great – more on that later. Second – and in fact this has a great bearing on the first point – that this is (more...)
Published: - 23rd November 2018
As a self-confessed and unashamed Trekkie, having watched every TV series and movie many times over, I’ll freely admit that I can probably be a bit of a bore on the subject. I eagerly anticipate and enjoy all the new output on the big screen, as well as the recently released Star Trek (more...)
Published: - 14th September 2018
Taking advantage of the pleasant summer weather, Mrs Simms and I wandered into town this week for an enjoyable evening out, deciding on a whim that it was the perfect day for a meal at our local Italian. Perusing the menu, the bottle of chilled white wine and the king prawns in garlic starter more (more...)
Published: - 19th July 2018
Probably my favourite band over the last 30 years has been Crowded House. In lead singer and principal song writer Neil Finn, the Crowdies have a front man who at one turn can take you on a journey of emotional self discovery, and at another can simply extract the last possible ounce of pop from a (more...)
Published: - 25th June 2018
Websites could and should be so much more
100 years ago the first fighter plane used by the new Royal Air Force was the legendary Sopwith Camel. It could climb at a rate of nearly six metres per second, was armed with machine guns and had a maximum speed of a little over 100mph. The Eurofighter Typhoon on the other hand, which is set to (more...)
Published: - 29th May 2018
It was Helmuth von Moltke the Elder, chief of staff with the Prussian army before World War 1, who said that no battle plan ever survives contact with the enemy. Today, for me, that mantra is as true for my DIY projects as it is for the theatre of war. No matter how well planned the project, there (more...)
Published: - 30th April 2018
Your brand, your promise
Isambard Kingdom Brunel is possibly the most famous name in British engineering. Along with his innovations in construction and design, he also set new standards in branding. With his trademark stovepipe hat and cigar, Brunel knew the value of his image as an unspoken promise of expertise and (more...)
Published: - 16th April 2018
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