Sensors & Instrumentation returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September 2018. Your free ticket not only gets you access to the UK’s only national instrumentation exhibition but also access to the PPMA Show, What’s New In Electronics (Live) and the TCT Show.
Sponsored by Mouser Electronics, Sensors & Instrumentation provides a platform for showcasing the latest technology in the test, measurement, monitoring and control fields.
The free-to-attend event attracts influencers and key decision makers from across the industry who are looking to source new and innovative products and solutions from market leading companies.
Churchill Controls, a company that will be exhibiting at this year’s event, will be launching its new communications expansion module called Mega_Bridge.
Also at the event, Shawcity will be showcasing City Technology’s latest seven-year-life oxygen sensors and five-year-life carbon monoxide sensors. The company will also be introducing their new hydrogen sulphide sensor.
Dr Duncan Jones explains why Tcalibration have decided to exhibit at Sensor & Instrumentation: “Here at Tcalibration we formally moved over to our new data logger calibration system (reproducing all the old tests, adding new tests and with enhanced reporting) this April 2018. We are now ready to grow and visiting Sensors & Instrumentation 2018 is an important part of communicating this to new and existing customers.”
Mantracourt Electronics make their debut at the 2018 Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition. Kelly Voysey, sales & marketing manager at Mantracourt, says: “Visitors to our booth will see our very latest product releases including our fast USB strain converter which delivers high speed, high resolution data via USB into our powerful software, and our world class leading wireless telemetry system, which provides sensor manufacturers and integrators the complete flexibility to build their own sensor modules around it. Be the first to see our powerful Cloud platform which collects data from our instruments anywhere, at any time. We look forward to seeing you!”
Flow, level and control
The brand new Flow Level Control Zone (FLC Zone), a dedicated area for the flow, level and control sector, will see exhibitors showcasing a vast array of devices for anyone involved in this essential field. Providing a platform for the latest technologies in the flow, level and control sector, this niche area will showcase a range of products and solutions.
Bell Flow Systems will be exhibiting a wide selection of flow meters, level sensors and control instrumentation in the FLC Zone at the Sensors & Instrumentation show.
On display will be a selection of ATEX approved Ultrasonic and Radar level measurement sensors from Durko.RCS Coriolis Mass flow meters and TFX-500w clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters from Badger Meter USA and a new range of inline and insertion thermal mass flow meters for gases and compressed air, from Comate.
Visitors to Premier Control Technologies (FLC Zone, Stand F8) can expect to benefit from the power of Three: firstly, the global release of the very latest mass flow meters and controllers from Alicat that are specifically designed to increase capability and performance whilst significantly decreasing the cost of ownership to the user; secondly, the UK launch of ultra-high precision back-pressure and pressure reducing valves together with extreme service flow solutions; and thirdly, the UK launch of research grade turbine flowmeters with viscosity and temperature compensation.
A dedicated Engineering Workshop will give trainees and apprentices the opportunity to get hands-on with the latest technology, learn from the experts and experience practical demonstrations from companies.
Among the line-up of presenters is Jason Edwards from Trescal. Edwards will be hosting the ‘Laser Tracker and Portable CMM Arm’ workshop.
Ian Seaton and Stuart Randall, Third Dimension, will host workshops on ‘Non-contact Laser Measurement in Modern Metrology’.
The action-packed CPD accredited seminar programme returns to the exhibition. Speakers will share their expertise and knowledge with a focused and highly engaged audience regarding pressing matters within the industry. Confirmed seminars so far include:
- Hololens: practical examples of “every day” transformation: Chris Hardess, Microsoft & Paul Haimes, PTC
- Data challenges and opportunities in the process industries, Steve Leech, Siemens GB&I
- High temperature condition monitoring with a novel, flexible, thin film sensor: Daniel Irvine, Novosound
- Fast track connected product development: Neil Hamilton, Myriad Group
- Spectroscopy as an optical sensing technique: Henry Langston, Ocean Optics
- The development of sensor technology: Alison Mitchell, Sensor City
- The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA): Andrew Peaty, DASA
- Platinum temperature sensors for space applications: Dr. Jiri Polak, IST AG
The popular Innovation Showcase is a special display area that serves as a one-stop shop for the latest innovations available from exhibitors, seminar speakers and leading companies.
Registration for Sensors & Instrumentation 2018 is now open. To register for the event or to find out more information about the exhibition, please visit sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk