48th Intelligent Sensing Program (ISP) - Sensing in Harsh Environments, 21 May, Solihull
A workshop bringing together industry users, sensor technology providers and technology developers to promote development in sensing technologies
A must attend workshop for those involved in the sensing sector, at the National Conference Centre near Birmingham (2km from Birmingham Airport).
Following the transformation of the digital world, there are increasing needs for¬†sensing technologies¬†that can operate in harsh environments, for example:
- infrastructure monitoring in¬†transportation¬†and¬†civil engineering
- smart building
- precision agriculture
- industries and environmental sectors where exposure¬†to¬†chemicals¬†and other harsh environments is common
The UK has a strong industrial presence in these industry sectors and a vibrant sensor research community relevant to harsh environment sensing technologies.
In this one-day workshop we will bring together industry users, sensor technology providers, new technology developers and other relevant stakeholders, including¬†innovation funders, to network, share knowledge, stimulate new ideas, develop collaborations and partnerships with an overall aim of promoting innovation and development in sensing technologies in the UK.
At the event expert speakers from key industries and research will cover key subjects relevant to market challenges and needs, state of the art commercial sensing technologies, emerging sensor technologies and relevant innovation funding opportunities in the UK.
There will also be a table-top exhibition for interested companies to book for displaying/ showcasing their technologies, expertise and capabilities to the delegates. The exhibitor ticket includes two delegate places. ¬†For enquiries, please contact Liqun Yang, Knowledge Transfer Manager, Sensors.
To see a draft programme and register for the event (please note there is a ticket charge), please click here.