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The all-new Sensors + Systems show starts tomorrow

13 September 2011

The all new Sensors+ Systems for Control and Instrumentation Show takes place at FIVE, Farnborough, on 14th and 15th September 2011. Key companies exhibiting at the show include Bronkhorst (UK), Fischer Connectors, HBM Test & Measurement, Igus (UK), Roxspur Measurement & Control, Micro-Epsilon, STS Sensors, StrainSense and Variohm EuroSensors to name but a few.

The free Workshops will cover a wide range of subjects. From Micro-Epsilon, there will be a presentation about a 2D laser scanner with integrated Ethernet for automated inspection and process control, while Honeywell Control Systems will concentrate on 'Becoming Wireless'.

A discussion on 'MEMS Accelerometers for industry and instrumentation' will be given by Colibrys from Switzerland, and Justin Leonard from Igus (UK) argues: are 'Cables - The Weakest Link?'

National Instruments will be advising 'How to Harness Cloud Computing for Data Acquisition', and Ian Ramage from Techni Measure will be enlightening attendees on 'Strain Gauge Applications in Industry with Wireless Communication and Energy Harvesting'.

From the Profibus Group, Paul Chaddle will be presenting 'Five Essential Factors to Consider when Implementing Profibus/Profinet'.

Other companies will be giving presentations, including Burkett Fluid Controls, Adsyst (Automation), NPL, HBM, Sensors KTN and PARC, some covering more than one subject.

Many exhibitors, including Dwyer Instruments, ESI, Fischer Connectors, Roxspur Measurement & Control, Balluf Sensors, Variohm Eurosensor and Vishay Measurement Group will be using the show to display their latest products. Isotech will be showing its new precision temperature measuring instruments whilst Micro-Epsilon will host the UK launch of its blue laser sensors, Impress Sensors, meanwhile, will show its ultra-high pressure sensor, which is capable of measuring up to 6,000bar.

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