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SENSORS + SYSTEMS 2012

24-25th october 2012, Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire, UK

SENSORS + SYSTEMS 2012 is an exciting new event embracing all aspects of control and instrumentation, test and measurement, calibration, data acquisition, automation and analysis.

Both visitor and exhibitor can benefit from the exhibition's easy, informal atmosphere and its accessability. Visitors will find a half day visit to the show a useful and time efficient opportunity to review existing technology or source brand new products and services.

The exhibition is expected to attract budget holders and decision makers from key industry areas, including:

• Aerospace and defence
• Automotive
• Communications
• Construction materials
• Public services
• Electrical/ electronic engineering
• Food, drink
• Gas, water, electricity
• Instrument engineering
• Mechanical engineering
• Medical
• Metal goods
• Mining, quarrying
• Paper, print
• Petro-chemical
• Pharmaceutical
• Railway technologies
• Research/standards/education
• Rubber/plastics processing
• Textiles, leather, clothing
• Vehicles, marine, aerospace

Online visitor pre-registration will be open approximately 12 weeks prior to the event.

However, if you would like to receive visitor information when it is released, please contact Gail Downham on 01822 614671, or send an email with your full contact details to gd@trident-exhibitions.co.uk.

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