Sensing Technology 2011

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Exhibition takes place at NEC, Birmingham, on 27-28 September 2011

Sensing Technology 2011
Sensing Technology 2011

The latest sensor and sensing system products, developments, technical innovations, seminars and workshops will ensure Sensing Technology 2011 is an interesting exhibition. Developed in response to sector demand, Sensing Technology is the UK's ONLY dedicated national sensor industry event and will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, on 27-28 September 2011. Last year's inaugural Sensing Technology show was hailed as a great success by both exhibitors and visitors alike. Many high quality, genuinely interested visitors attended, enabling the exhibitors to discuss new projects and innovations on their stands and in many cases take orders at the event. This year's exhibition, on 27-28 September, is shaping up to be even more successful thanks to a rise in visitor pre-registrations and an increased number of signed up exhibitors, meaning show space is already 75 per cent filled. Exhibitors booked to attend include Huba Control, Dewetron, PCB Piezotronics, Strainsense, Sensor Technology and STS Sensors.
A wide variety of products will be on show, ranging from temperature sensors to monitoring solutions. Therefore a visit to Sensing Technology will enable you to make better informed purchasing decisions, link you with the manufacturers and suppliers who can solve your current technical, application, pricing and/or delivery problem, and provide an insight into future innovations, allowing you to effectively plan your own product and application developments. With two dedicated seminar suites, you will be able to 'pick n mix' from a wealth of informative presentations. The Innovation Theatre will house some astounding innovations, many not yet commercially available but looking for business backing and application delivery. These innovations are a welcome addition to the tried-and-tested products already available. A large 'networking lounge' will also be available for use by both visitors and exhibitors alike.

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