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48th Intelligent Sensing Program - Sensing in Harsh Environment - POSTPONED to 21st May, MOVED to Birmingham

Event details
Thursday, 28 March 2019
9:30 am – 16:15 pm
This event has been postponed to 21st May and moved to Birmingham - please visit for more information

Event Summary

Following the transformation of the digital world, there are increasing needs for sensing technologies that can operate in harsh environments, such as those required for infrastructure monitoring in transportation and civil engineering, smart building, precision agriculture, and those exposed to chemicals and other harsh environments in a variety of industries and environmental sectors. UK has a strong industrial presence in many such industry sectors where sensors needs to operate in harsh environments. It also has a most vibrant sensor research community relevant to harsh environment sensing technologies.

In this one-day workshop, we aim to bring together industry users, sensor technology providers, new technology developers, and other relevant stakeholders including innovation funders, to network, sharing of knowledge, to stimulate new ideas, develop collaborations & partnerships, and to promote the innovation development in such sensing technologies in the UK.

In this event, a number of expert speakers have been invited, from key industries and researchers, to give talks covering key subjects relevant to market challenges and needs, state of the art commercial sensing technologies, emerging sensor technologies, as well as relevant innovation funding opportunities in the UK.

The event also has some exhibition spaces available for interested companies to book for displaying/showcasing their technologies, expertise, and capabilities to the event participants.

To attend the event or reserve for an exhibition place at the event, please complete an appropriate online registration form here.

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If you are interested in sensing in harsh environments particularly as applied to robotics, you might also find these events interesting:

ESP for Robotics in Extreme Environments – Edinburgh (21st March)

ESP for Robotics in Extreme Environments – Cardiff (26th March)