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Sensors & Instrumentation to Join Forces With What’s New In Electronics Live (WNIE LIVE) for 2018

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The UK’s only national sensors event will come together with the country’s only national electronics exhibition at the NEC Birmingham on 25 & 26 September 2018, offering visitors a new bumper engineering experience!

Since its launch in 2010, Sensors & Instrumentation has continued to provide an unmissable opportunity for key buyers and decision-makers to see groundbreaking technology and the latest products up close and in action. Backed by organiser Datateam Business Media’s portfolio of leading industrial magazines and websites, the mix of print, digital and live takes the visitor on a journey of discovery that begins before doors have even opened. This new development will see the show partner with another long-established industry-leading exhibition, providing both exhibitors and visitors with an expanded industrial technology showcase event.

Kathryn Ambrose, event director for Sensors & Instrumentation comments: “Over the last eight years Sensors & Instrumentation has established itself as a key event on the industry calendar. It has stood the test of time because we never stand still, we are constantly innovating and looking for to ways develop the event in order to add value to the visitor experience – and this latest move is designed to do just that.”

We believe that these events will complement one another and improve attendee numbers with the right visitors. The organisers of Sensors & Instrumentation are already embedded in this sector with several electronics publications, meaning we are able to work together to deliver a strong event for the UK electronics sector and ensure every relevant visitor is aware of it.

Claire Saunders, Event Director, WNIE LIVE

Sensors & Instrumentation 2017 – Register Now!

Sensors & Instrumentation 2017 meanwhile is just three weeks away! Visitors are invited to enjoy a complementary breakfast sponsored by Keller* before exploring the vast range of products and technology being exhibited by over 80 marketing-leading suppliers.

This year’s visitors can choose from 25+ seminar sessions and live demonstrations led by industry experts and professional bodies; visit the new and exciting Drone Zone feature area to explore the benefits of unmanned aerial vehicles within industry, watch technical flight demonstrations and put themselves in the pilot’s seat through a virtual reality headset.

Providing a snapshot of the range of developments on show at the exhibition, visitors can also explore the Innovation Showcase area, sponsored by Bronkhorst; complete a lap in the PR Electronics Formula 1 car simulator and delve deeper into the field of robotics with Alfie, a humanoid robot ‘with a difference’.

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