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

Exhibitors to the 2016 event 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 co-location with Micro | Nano| MEMS; TCT Show; and PPMA  will make this the industrial event of the year.’