The co-located events will be taking place at the NEC, Birmingham, on 25-26th September and will be essential for purchasers and specifiers of equipment, as well as those looking to find out about the latest technologies.
For a start, the Sensors & Instrumentation show will not only include a wide range of exhibitors – displaying products ranging from sensors and transducers, to data acquisition solutions and measurement technologies – but it will also include a comprehensive seminar programme. Seminar topics will range from ‘Measuring & monitoring remotely’ to ‘The benefits of piezoelectric sensor technology’, with speakers from National Instruments, Kistler Instruments, FLIR Systems and the National Physical Laboratory.
Micro|Nano|Mems, meanwhile, is described as the showcase for micro, precision, mems and nano manufacturing technologies. This will feature live machine demonstrations plus a host of exhibitors covering the full spectrum of micro, precision, mems and nano manufacturing solutions, including precision diamond machining; micro milling; grinding machines; micro injection moulding; laser micro machining; photo etching; metrology and test equipment; micro-fluidics fabrication and assembly; and testing equipment.
The Machine Building show will be two days of product displays and live demonstrations, with product areas including: Motors and drives; Power transmission technologies; PLCs, HMIs and displays; Hydraulics & pneumatics; Mechanical components; Panel building, switchgear and electrical equipment; etc.
During the Machine Building show, GAMBICA, the association for instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory technology, will be presenting two seminars. The first seminar ‘Energy Efficiency – Investing in the machine to reduce therunning cost’ will address the benefit of investing in energy efficient systems to reduce energy costs. The second has the title ‘Electric Motors – how control and automation is the key to energy saving’, and will build on the financial focus of the previous seminar.
For additional information, exhibitors list and seminar times, please visit the websites.