Drives & Controls Show 2014 raises the bar even further

Exhibition organiser, DFA Media, is optimistic that this year’s Drives & Controls (NEC Hall 3/3A, Birmingham, 8-10 April 2014) will exceed both the exhibitor and visitor numbers of the 2012 show, which itself attracted the highest visitor numbers yet; totalling 11,146 for the three-day co-located event. This represented an increase of 29% from the 8624 attendance figure of the 2010 shows, highlighting a significant return of confidence to the UK manufacturing sector.

The FREE exhibition will cover the very latest in mechanical power transmission, motion control and automation from over 300 leading companies from around the globe. Just some of the equipment, systems and services offered by these companies will include:-

Motors.

Drives.

Machine safety

Sensors.

Programmable controllers.

Inverters.

Motion controls.

Repairs & maintenance.

Gear, brakes, clutches and couplings.

Displays & meters.

Test & Measurement.

 

Co-location advantage

For 2014, the biennial Drives & Controls exhibition will once again be co-located with leading complementary shows Plant & Asset Management and Air-Tech, together with the new Fluid Power & Systems Exhibition, and the newly launched European Offshore & Energy Exhibition, as well as MACH.

 

Exhibitor update

Just some of the recent signatories to the show include:

Beckhoff Automation

Marelli Uk

Schaeffler

ILME

Leuze

Lafert Motors

B&R Industrial Automation

Micro-Epsilon

Harting

Weg Motors

Seminar programme

Complementing the exhibitions will be a full programme of FREE technical seminars, with speakers offering expert insight and practical advice on important and topical issues. New to Drives & Controls 2014 will be the Motor Driven Systems (MDS) programme, which brings together the varied strands of legislation, standardisation, system strategies and technological developments that affect motor driven systems. Featuring representatives from the UK.
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