Pre-registration is now open for Instrumentation Scotland and Offshore Systems. Now celebrating its twentieth year, this biennial exhibition returns to the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on 5/6 September 2012.
Located in the heart of the offshore industry, the exhibition brings together the many companies supplying products and services specific to the offshore industry, in addition to others representing renewable energy, processing, power generation, paper, distilling, water and waste, and marine engineering in North East Scotland.
Visitors to this show will be able to see all the latest technological innovations, new systems and products from the leading suppliers to this industry. Visitors will also benefit from a varied programme of free seminars covering many different topics presented by industry experts. Full seminar programme details are available at www.instrumentation.co.uk, but topics include:
- Measurement accuracy of a micro GC vs traditional process chromatographs from ABB
- Remote IO for hazardous areas – a new concept from Jan Rieks Zonderman, Head of Automation Technology, Bartec GmbH
- Who's in control of your infrastructure today? from Cryptzone
- Benefits of robust condition monitoring regime, whilst reducing risk and cost from Emerson Process Management
- The challenges of measuring production chemical flowrates in offshore environments from Flexim Instruments UK Ltd
- Becoming Wireless from Tony Alexander, Solutions Support Specialist, Honeywell
Gail Downham, the Show Manager, comments: "The seminars are an important part of our event. They take place on the show floor and allow visitors to listen and network in an informal environment. Quite often discussions continue, well after the initial seminar or workshop has finished, back on the speaker's stand."
The event is also fully supported by the Institute of Measurement & Control, The Profibus Group, Instrumentation Magazine, Roustabout and Platform magazines.
Visitor pre-registration is now open at www.instrumentation.co.uk, where places for the free seminar sessions can also be booked. The exhibition is free to enter and includes seminars, a catalogue and lunch.
With the offshore sector employing many contract workers, time is valuable and Instrumentation Scotland and Offshore Systems offers both visitors and exhibitors an excellent way to have face-to-face discussions and demonstrations within this region.
Visit www.instrumentation.co.uk to pre-register now. For stand enquiries contact Gail Downham on or telephone +44 (0)1822 614671.