Monday 15 November 2010

Focus to diversify theme of British automation event.

"Mtec 2011 is your opportunity to stand out among key decision-makers from as diverse industries as the aerospace, defence, medical, automotive and green energy sectors." Thus goes the release for this show scheduled for 6th & 7th April next.  "These visitors will be seeking the latest technologies and innovations to solve current production issues, assist in the delivery of new cutting-edge products and accelerate and enhance their businesses overall."

Read-out has been a regular attendee of this event for the last ten years and our reports may be seen on the main website . Mtec visitors read like the who’s who of the industry. Over 6,500 design, process control and instrumentation engineers, as well as corporate management will attend these events at Birmingham's NEC. It will be co-located with other shows including the recently announced Midlands Design & Manufacturing show.

Mtec continues to be the Britain's sole focused event for companies showcasing the latest in control, instrumentation, sensor and measurement technology required in today’s zero- or limited-tolerance production processes and products.

"Officially supported by the Institute of Measurement & Control, and with high profile speakers already lined up for its co-located 2011 conference programme from the likes of Siemens, ABB and Honeywell, Mtec has cemented itself as the central forum for the Britain's control and instrumentation industry."

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