Celebrating a connected world
Sensors and the myriad of instruments that measure and collect data provide the backbone for the Internet of Things (IoT) and our increasingly connected world, and for the last ten years Sensors and Instrumentation Live has served as an annual hub for the cutting-edge technology that has been driving this connectivity.
This year’s special anniversary event, sponsored by Mouser Electronics, will be no different, with sensors among the many technologies from industry titans on display in Hall 2 at the NEC.
The Sensors and Instrumentation Live exhibitor line up continues to grow as the event approaches, and Bronkhorst, Charcroft Electronics, Keller, Kistler and Rheintacho are just a few of the market-leading companies that will be present on the show's aisles.
In addition to the unique opportunity to source an array of products and solutions under one roof, visitors will be able to explore the latest technological innovations and gain insight from top organisations on how to grow businesses or streamline productivity in a number of the event's newly introduced feature areas.
The new Enterprise Hub is a prime opportunity to discover the variety of options available to visitors that are looking to grow their business. Representatives from key engineering institutions and organisations will give a series of invaluable presentations, covering topics from funding, training and apprenticeships through to making the most of supply chains.
The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA), The Institute of Engineering and Technology (The IET), Make UK, the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Innovation in Advanced Measurement in Manufacturing, the British Measurement and Test Association (BMTA) and Gambica are among the organisations that have already been confirmed to speak in The Enterprise Hub in September.
Innovation in Action, sponsored by PCB Piezotronics, is another new feature for the 10 year anniversary of Sensors and Instrumentation Live. Free-to-attend, Innovation in Action will see live demonstrations of some of the best products on the market – giving visitors the opportunity to see how these products work in real life and have their questions answered by the experts in person.
Companies already confirmed to give live demonstrations of their products in Innovation in Action include sponsor PCB Piezotronics, Devtank, Kistler, SIKA and Bronkhorst.
The popular Innovation Showcase, sponsored by Bronkhorst, makes its return to Sensors and Instrumentation Live in 2019. Serving as an assembly of the most cutting-edge products and solutions available from exhibitors at the show, the Innovation Showcase gives visitors a chance to get hands on with devices from companies including Charcroft Electronics, Mantracourt, Broadband Technology 2000, Rheintacho and Bronkhorst and make sure they do not miss out on a single thing.
The Engineering Symposium is an exciting new partnership between DJB Instruments and Sensors and Instrumentation Live, presenting CPD-accredited training that is driven by sensor innovation and the very latest in engineering.
DJB will bring together a team of speakers from some of the UK's leading technology and engineering companies for a two day programme of technical training sessions, exploring topics from the basics of signal processing and analysis and control of noise sources in data to accelerometer technology and more.
Registering for Sensors and Instrumentation Live is quick, easy and completely free of charge. Not only will a free ticket provide visitors with access to these great feature areas and the best sensors and instruments on the market, but it will also provide entry to the co-located TCT Show.