Sensors & Instrumentation, the UK’s only national exhibition for sensors, instrumentation, test, measurement and control, returns to the NEC Birmingham on 26th and 27th September 2017, and visitors are invited to attend the show during its new opening hours, and to start their day right with a complimentary breakfast.
To celebrate the show’s new location in the larger and more accessible Hall 1 – conveniently located at the NEC’s main entrance – doors will be opening at the earlier time of 9am, and each day as an ‘early bird’ reward the first 200 pre-registered VIP visitors will be treated to a delicious breakfast sponsored by KELLER, which will provide the perfect start for a day of exploring the range of market leading exhibitors, exciting feature areas and attending CPD accredited seminars.
KELLER, Europe’s leading manufacturer of isolated pressure transducers and transmitters, are delighted to be involved with this year’s show, with commercial director Mike Hole commenting: “KELLER is looking forward to welcoming all of this year’s visitors and our sponsorship is a small token of how valued your presence is to us.”
“KELLER has always participated in this event since the first show in 2010, it has become an important focal point for the sensor industry, attracting visitors from a wide selection of markets. The Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition offers KELLER the opportunity to meet face-to-face with many potential buyers,” he explains. “From the visitor perspective this show offers a one stop event for anyone who is seriously interested in sensor technology and instrumentation.”
Event director, Kathryn Ambrose, says: “We are proud to have KELLER as a sponsor for this year’s Sensors & Instrumentation show. This sponsorship further demonstrates the connection between suppliers and their end-users, which is what the show is all about!”
Ambrose continues: “This year’s show promises to be our most successful to date, with over 80 market-leading suppliers already confirmed. One of the main benefits of moving to the larger Hall 1 at the NEC Birmingham is that, even with the high numbers of confirmed exhibitors and new feature areas, there are still spots available for companies who wish to get involved with the event.”
This year’s show will now be open from 9am to 5pm on Day 1, and 9am to 4pm on Day 2, allowing visitors ample time to explore the latest products and technology on show from exhibitors, including: Bunting Magnetics Europe, DAQLOG Systems Ltd, Friatec Technical Ceramics, Meggit Sensing Systems, M+P International, National Instruments, KDP Electronics, Sensorland, SIKA Instruments, Techni Measure, TIS Smart Home and many more.
Registration for Sensors & Instrumentation will open in May. For more information on visiting or exhibiting visit www.sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk