In just a few days time, the doors will open on What’s New in Electronics Live 2019, held for the first time at brand new venue NAEC Stoneleigh Park in the heart of The Midlands region.
In a changing business environment, exhibitions remain a vital part of bringing business to life; nothing beats the energy of a face-to-face meeting or the thrill of seeing a machine in a live environment. With this in mind, we hope that you will take the time to visit the show and meet new contacts, learn about the latest technologies and capabilities and re-connect with industry colleagues old and new.
This year, WNIE Live will host a wide range of exhibiting companies, associations and industry experts – all designed to offer you two days to learn, network and connect within your electronics industry. We are proud to have an international exhibitor list showcasing a host of products and services from all corners of the electronics process, ensuring whatever you are involved in, you will be spoilt for choice.
The IPC Hand Soldering Competition returns, once again supported by Advanced Rework Technology. This year the prize for the winner of the IPC Hand Soldering Competition is to be flown to take part at the Productronica event in Munich.
There’ll be an exclusive area curated by DesignSpark – full details of what to expect will be coming soon, although visitors can look forward to an exclusive Blockchain demonstration as well as a new software launch and a new podcast series delivering the perfect blend of comedy and technology!
This year’s event will also be home to a brand new feature – Robot Challenge.
Robot Challenge, kindly sponsored by RS Electronics and Microchip, will pit a selection of fearsome robots against each other in a purpose built arena, allowing visitors to take part in the action!
A selection of robots with various weapons or driving ability will be available for for visitors to control and drive; along with a house robot ‘Scorpio’ which will be operated by the Robot Challenge team. Visit WNIE Live to get involved in the fun.
If learning is a priority then don’t miss our FREE sessions taking place in a packed schedule in two theatres – with topics including IoT, industrial robotics, the smart supply chain, 5G, the skills gap, and the ongoing saga of Brexit, there is something to pique all interests. The full schedule is available at http://www.wnielive.co.uk/forums/.
For those in the embedded software sector, the Embedded Live Exhibition and Conference – offers industry a great mix of exhibitors showing a vast range of products and services in the embedded software sector, supported by half-day conference programmes.
With speakers from Hitex UK, NXP and ARM, and now priced at just £55 + VAT, this exhibition and conference are platforms for companies involved in Embedded Systems and Software to see the latest technologies, network with industry professionals and join workshops, seminars and conference streams. Find out more and register at http://www.wnielive.co.uk/embedded-live/
In an online world this is a unique opportunity to see, hear and touch What’s New in Electronics, with access to information you won’t find anywhere else!
All of this is completely free to attend and you can register now for WNIE Live by following this link – https://www.etcregevents.com/wnie/registration.html?evregtype=cfa9e8de-5876-4ea6-8e9b-7812c1c1e895&src=ONLINE