Sensors & Instrumentation Live returns to Hall 2 of the NEC, Birmingham on the 25 & 26 September 2019 for its 10th-anniversary event!
With a world of sensors, test, measurement and control gathered under one roof; the two-day exhibition is the perfect platform for key decision-makers and engineers to source innovative products and solutions for their own operations, as well as getting the chance to network with the masses of like-minded professionals in attendance.
This free-to-attend event will offer attendees the chance to visit the market leaders that will be exhibiting at the event, as well as giving them the opportunity to experience the exciting feature areas taking place at the show.
Registering to attend Sensors & Instrumentation Live is quick, simple and FREE! Fill out our online registration form to experience all this unmissable content, and so much more.
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