The events took place at the end of September at the NEC, Birmingham, and featured a wide range of exhibitors displaying a mixture of brand new products and examples from their product ranges. Exhibitors were pleased with not only the number of visitors who attended but also the quality, commenting that they received high quality enquiries; couldn’t complain about the footfall; were kept very busy; had interesting conversations; and that there was lots of potential business.
National Instruments was just one company that signed up to attend the 2014 event during this year’s show, with Kyle Voosen from the company adding: “Thanks for a great show!”
The seminars, meanwhile, were highly popular this year, in some cases with standing room only in the seminar suites.
The Sensors & Instrumentation show featured a diverse variety of products – ranging from sensors, pressure and flow instruments, and test and measurement equipment, to connectors, thermal imagers and enclosures. The Machine Building event covered technologies ranging from motion control equipment to bearings and machine frameworks; and Micro Nano Mems covered injection moulding, precision components and laser systems.
The three events took place alongside the Mediplas and TCT Live shows, an interesting event which included such technologies as 3D printing, prototyping, product development and additive manufacturing.
In fact exhibitors reported that the co-location worked well, with a steady flow of visitors between events.
Details on the 2014 event will be announced soon. Keep an eye on the show websites and the Sensors & Instrumentation Facebook page for more details.