Pete Moores, Business Development Manager, NPL Training, said: “The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is pleased to be exhibiting and presenting at Sensors & Instrumentation 2013. It is a great opportunity for us to meet and network with all the key players in this sector at one event. This year we will be providing a preview of our new Instrumentation and Sensors training course, so delegates can get a taster on the underpinning principles of measurement good practice, which can really make a difference within their workplaces, giving them the opportunity to generate a return on investment and improve measurement capability.”
Sensors & Instrumentation opens for business in Hall 3, NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday 25th & Thursday 26th September 2013. Organised by leading industry publisher Datateam Business Media and trade show expert Trident Exhibitions, and backed by a wide range of industrial media organisations, the event is built on the solid foundations of the previous Sensing Technology exhibition.
Following positive feedback from the industry, Sensors & Instrumentation will be bigger and better and remain the only national show dedicated to the sensors and instrumentation market. It represents the culmination of four year's hard work which has seen this dedicated national sensors trade exhibition grow in size, stature, relevance and importance to the market.
Now firmly established as the UK's only dedicated national sensors, test, measurement & instrumentation event, Sensors & Instrumentation 2013 will take place on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th September and for 2013 is co-located with six other exhibitions making this the biggest industrial event of the year.
For those looking for new products or simply the latest information, with the enhanced Sensors & Instrumentation 2013 exhibition everything needed will literally be under one roof – from sensors, test and measurement equipment, and other types of instrumentation; to interesting seminars and knowledgeable professionals. This national Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition is now in its fourth year and has evolved to meet the demands of both exhibitors and visitors.
Sensing Technology 2012 took place in September at the NEC, Birmingham and was hailed a major success by both visitors and exhibitors alike. Building on the experience gained from the last two years it once again provided a high quality of visitor enabling the exhibitors to discuss new projects and innovations on their stands, generate useful leads and in many cases take orders at the show.
Of further interest to visitors this year, the seminars at Sensing Technology covered a variety of topics, and plans are already in place to ensure 2013 builds upon this success by offering cutting edge focused presentations delivered by industry experts.
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