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Sensors & Instrumentation Exhibition 2013

25th & 26th September 2013 - NEC, Birmingham

Sensors & Instrumentation is a brand new dedicated exhibition which opens for business in Hall 3, at the NEC on Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 September 2013. Jointly organised by Datateam Business Media and Trident Exhibitions, and backed by a wide range of industrial media organisations, this new 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.
For those looking for new products or simply the latest information, the enhanced Sensors & Instrumentation 2013 exhibition will expand on the original concept and see everything brought together in one place. From sensors, test and measurement equipment, and other types of instrumentation, to interesting seminars and knowledgeable professionals, the exhibition will meet the demands of both exhibitors and visitors.

The organisers have learnt that visitors attend the show because they are looking for particular products. In fact, exhibitors at previous shows commented on how impressed they were by the knowledge held by the visitors and how they had very specific requirements for very specific applications, resulting in detailed discussions and valuable sales leads.

For more information visit
www. sensorsandinstrumentation.co.uk


Sensors & Instrumentation is the UK's only national exhibition for sensors and instrumentation and takes place at the NEC Birmingham on 25 & 26 September. This targeted event is designed to attract buyers and specifiers interested in test, measurement and control. Potential customers gathered in one place for two reasons - to see new products and meet suppliers face-to-face.

This focused event reinforces how important instrumentation is for the design and implementation of measuring, monitoring and actuation systems and in data acquisition and processing, which now plays a major role in many technological areas, including certification, control and information.

The show is aimed at Process Engineers, Instrumentation Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Plant Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Environmental Engineers, Precision Engineers & General Engineers. Companies and organisations in the Food, Dairy, Beverage & Brewing, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology, Chemical, Oil & Gas, Automotive and Aerospace sectors.

The show has received strong support from exhibitors, well-known publications and distinguished engineering institutions, including The Profibus Group, the Institute of Measurement & Control, magazines: Instrumentation, Industrial Technology, Industrial Plant & Equipment and IEN together with the website Sensorland.com.

There may be cuts in customer expenditure but face-to-face marketing remains important and Sensors & Instrumentation provides a targeted and cost-effective platform to meet customer needs.

For more information contact:

Gail Downham on +44 (0)1822 614671 or email: gd@trident-exhibitions.co.uk
Kathy Ambrose on +44 (0)1622 699129 or email:
kambrose@datateam.co.uk


About Datateam Business Media Ltd
Datateam Business Media is a modern and dynamic publishing house with a portfolio of over 30 publications and a capability for handling every aspect of magazine production.
Established in 1984, the company has focused predominantly on the business to business sector, although recent acquisitions and publication launches have broadened its base considerably.
The company is split into four divisions: Retail, Specialist, Leisure and Industrial. Further capabilities include: Handbooks & Directories, Events, Contract Publishing, Pre-Press Services, Direct Mail, Digital Publishing Solutions and Website Design.
For further information visit the company's website at
www.datateam.co.uk




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