Making sense of new technologies
Published: 7 December 2011 - Heather Ramsden
The Sensing Technology exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham on 27-28 September is shaping up to be a bumper event showcasing the latest sensor and sensing system products, developments, technical innovations, seminars and workshops.
National Instruments has become the latest company to book a stand at the show, joining a rapidly lengthening list of exhibitors. Show space is more than 75 per cent filled with a few other exhibitors including Huba Control, Dewetron, PCB Piezotronics, Strainsense, Sensor Technology and STS Sensors.
The show will attract key decision makers from wide ranging industries and showcase products and services from temperature sensors to monitoring solutions.
A visit to Sensing Technology will enable you to make better informed purchasing decisions, link you with the manufacturers and suppliers who can solve your current technical, application, pricing and/or delivery problem, and provide an insight into future innovations, allowing you to effectively plan your own product and application developments.
With two dedicated seminar suites, you will be able to ‘pick n mix’ from a wealth of informative presentations, while the Innovation Theatre will house some astounding innovations.
Seven co-located shows are forming the largest manufacturing event of the year with over 500 exhibitors. The events include Sensing Technology 2011, Interplas 2011, MM Live UK 2011, MEMS Live UK 2011, NANO Live UK 2011, tct Live 2011, PPMA Show 2011.