National Electronics Week
29 March 2016
National Electronics Week will return to The NEC from 12th – 14th April in Hall 2, and will run alongside other industry events to create the UK’s largest gathering of manufacturing professionals in 2016.
The 2016 event will showcase companies from all sectors of the UK electronics industry and offer a platform for international companies to introduce products and services to you.
With the exhibitors working hard to create an event to engage and excite industry, many companies have already announced new product launches and incentives they will have on their stands.
In addition to the exhibitors and their products and services, there is also a full technical programme running throughout the event from companies and associations including ECSN, NI, PXI, SMART and more.
You can also get involved in the live features running onsite, allowing you to touch, feel and even compete and demonstrate your skills.
The Hand Soldering Competition returns to National Electronics Week and is supported this year by Advanced Rework Technology and IPC, test your skills and compete to be the UK’s number 1 hand soldering star.
The SMART Group and NPL Area Array, Bottom Termination & Fine Pitch Rework Experience Feature has both a live rework challenge and also an interactive demonstration area allowing you to see this technology working and engage with industry professionals onsite. Europlacer, Humiseal and Vision Engineering will be supplying equipment for this feature area.
For the first time, you have the opportunity to experience all the most demanding rework challenges in the industry in one exhibition feature. You can watch experts rework boards featuring area array, fine pitch, underfill and conformally coated boards and ask their advice on your own repair challenge.
National Electronics Week is located at The NEC, one of the UKs most central and easily accessible venues, with onsite airport, train station and a network of motorways leading to thousands of car parking spaces.
With co-located events such as MACH and Drives and Controls, you may want to spend more than one day at the venue to ensure you see everything you need. There are also onsite hotels to suit all budgets.
The decision to link National Electronics Week 2016 with these other key events has been taken to offer the UK manufacturing sector the opportunity to get the most out of their time.
The UK Electronics industry is key to our economy and is an established and important sector. By running alongside these other complimentary events it offers the UK electronics industry the opportunity to engage with their key business contacts but also meet supporting and subsidiary companies who could also improve or benefit from working together.
This industry is mature, but by attending and supporting this event you will get to see the latest in new products and technologies, share and compare knowledge and problem solving with experts and peers.
By registering free as a visitor to National Electronics Week your badge will then get you access to all of the other shows on at the same time. Pre-register at www.new-expo.co.uk/newuk and your badge bar code will be sent to you by email and you can collect your printed badge onsite at the self-scan desk.
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