The UK’s largest annual gathering of engineering professionals, Advanced Engineering, will return to the NEC, Birmingham on November 3 and 4, 2021. Here, the UK’s talented and vast engineering industry will come together again to begin generating business for 2022 and beyond.
Bringing together thousands of attendees from OEMs, tier 1 manufacturers, and supply chain partners, Advanced Engineering is the UK’s largest annual advanced engineering and manufacturing event. Advanced Engineering promotes supply chain business and technology transfer across any sector that involves high-value manufacturing, R & D and innovation.
Building on the success of the 2019 show, which attracted over 15,000 professionals from the manufacturing sector, Advanced Engineering 2021 is the place to present exciting product launches that have been waiting to be revealed for over a year. The show focuses on all aspects of engineering, from materials and production, design, test and measurement and inspection across sectors including aerospace, automotive, composites, marine, medica,l and more.
This year, there will be an exciting new Space and Satellite zone, supported by ADS and UK Space, there will be innovative feature exhibits and headline topics in the Aero and Space and Satellite Forum. For the first time ever, Advanced Engineering will be co-located with its sister show, Lab Innovations. A long-awaited opportunity, this means that visitors can move between the two shows without even leaving the hall.
With pilot events successfully being carried out across the UK, Easyfairs, the organiser of Advanced Engineering, is currently working on making sure that the event will be executed safely and in line with any recommended requirements in place at the time.
Advanced Engineering is set to bring together engineering professionals from all sectors and industries. The show offers a diverse range of exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their expertise and offers engineering professionals the opportunity to source new products and solutions, as well as hear from a wide range of speakers in the 4 free-to-attend open forums.
Advanced Engineering runs a series of online events throughout the year, AE Talks, giving exhibitors and visitors the chance to stay connected, learn from key industry leaders, and stay up to date with the newest developments. For those interested in attending, regular updates will be shared on the Advanced Engineering website,
We look forward to having you at the show in November.
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