Connecting technology innovators with end users

Following eight successful years, the Micro Nano MEMS pavilion is now firmly established as the UK’s leading event for small and ultra-precision technology and as part of the annual Sensors & Instrumentation show, benefits from access to all of its brilliant feature areas.

The specialised feature areas provide the exclusive opportunity to share knowledge and see the latest products up close and in action. Exhibitors and visitors will be able to interact with the Live Demo stage, a part of Connecting Industry LIVE!, that will offer a dedicated and interactive showcase area allowing exhibitors to display their new products and technologies. 

Neil Mead, managing editor of the industrial division at Datateam Business Media, explains: “The Live Demo Stage will be the centrepiece of this new event where exhibitors will have the opportunity to show the audience what they can offer via live technical product demonstrations. This will also give visitors the chance to learn and understand how these could benefit their own particular manufacturing operations and applications.

“Providing a vital link between product developers, solution engineers and end users, Connecting Industry LIVE will offer two days of unmissable networking, demonstration and learning opportunities for anyone involved in the manufacturing Industry.”

The Innovation Showcase is returning for its third year. Situated at a key point within the hall, this too has been expanded to allow even more exhibitors to display their latest products and technology, forging an all-important link between technology innovators and end users.

Micro Nano MEMS will also have an exclusively allocated seminar theatre, featuring high quality presentations from leading users of technologies and industry commentators from across the globe.

Providing design engineers with the information and knowledge required to optimise micro and nano manufacturing opportunities, Micro Nano MEMS connects thought-leaders with the technology needed to facilitate further advances in this fast developing field.