Trident Exhibitions Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Sensors + Systems for Control & Instrumentation
Pre-register now - Workshop programme announced
The all new Sensors and Systems Show taking place on the 14th and 15th September 2011 at the FIVE Building in Farnborough has a comprehensive and varied programme of FREE 1-hour workshops and seminars, all designed to be relevant to today's industry issues.
Some 17 different companies are presenting the workshops covering subjects as varied as 'Laser scanners for automated inspection and process control' through to 'An introduction to product testing for reliability'. Some of the companies and organisations participating include such well known names as Micro-Epsilon, Honeywell, Colibrys, Igus, Adsyst, HBM, Burkert, NPL, Techni Measure, Sensors KTN, Profibus, University of Sussex, Compostella and PARC.
The hour long workshops and seminars are free to attend and allow engineers to choose their subjects of interest and learn the latest sensing and control techniques in use in industry, with the option of questioning the experts face to face. After the workshop, engineers can then visit the company's stand to view the exact products and ask further questions.
Workshop places can be reserved online together with free registration for a FREE visitor e-ticket to the show by visiting www.sensorandsystems.co.uk. Early booking is advised, as space will be limited.
Sensors & Systems for Control & Instrumentation is a focussed event embracing control & instrumentation, test & measurement, calibration, data acquisition, analysis and automation. The ESP KTN, InstMC, Sensorland.com and The Profibus group, plus leading journals such as Industrial Technology Magazine, IP & E, IEN and Eureka are supporting this new exhibition. The show takes places at FIVE, a purpose build venue with easy access and plenty of free visitor and exhibitor parking.
S+S for Control & Instrumentation is a low cost, time effective way for enabling buyers to see, touch, compare products, meet suppliers face to face and discuss specific requirements before purchasing.
For exhibiting information please contact Gail Downham on 01822 614671 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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