Cost effective and highly targeted, Sensors & Instrumentation is the perfect environment in which to grow your business.

Located at the NEC, Birmingham, it’s the UK’s only national sensors event.

As an exhibitor at Sensors & Instrumentation, this focussed event will attract the budget-holders and decision makers from these industries:
  • Aerospace & Defence
  • Automotive
  • Communications
  • Construction Materials
  • Public Services
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering
  • Food, Drink, Tobacco
  • Gas, Water, Electricity
  • Instrument Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Medical
  • Metal Goods
  • Mining, Quarrying
  • Paper, Print
  • Petro-chemical
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Research/Standards/Education
  • Rubber/Plastics Processing
  • Textiles, Leather, Clothing
  • Vehicles, Marine, Aerospace …
whose main interests are:
  • Automation
  • Calibration
  • Data Acquisition
  • Electronic Test Equipment
  • Environmental Analysis
  • Equipment Test & Repair
  • Image Capture and Analysis
  • Instrumentation
  • Intrinsically Safe Devices
  • Inspection/Machine Vision
  • Oscilloscopes
  • PC Hardware/Software
  • Powerline Monitoring
  • Control Systems
  • Recorders/Gauges & Displays
  • Signal Condition Equipment
  • Spectrum Analysers
  • Valves/Process Hardware …
and who require sensors and instrumentation for:
  • Displacement
  • Flow
  • Humidity/Environmental
  • Level
  • Load
  • Noise/Vibration
  • Pressure
  • Temperature
  • Torque
  • Velocity/Acceleration

Past exhibitors said:

“We have never been asked for so many quotes at an exhibition; we’ll definitely be back next year.”

“We had a fantastic lead for an application that we have never been involved in before which matches our portfolio perfectly.”

“It’s been a really good event, with a number of new customers and contacts coming our way.”

With the support of leading publications, institutions and leading groups this show is the must attend event.

Plus, the 2018 show will come together with the country’s only national electronics exhibition What’s New In Electronics Live (WNIE LIVE) offering visitors a bumper engineering experience. 

Plus, the co-location with Micro | Nano| MEMS; TCT Show; and PPMA  will make this the industrial event of the year.