Do you want to kick off 2024 with an unmissable day for networking? On 17 January 2024 Instrumentation Live and Electronics Live will come together for the very first time at the National Conference Centre (NCC) in Birmingham. The one-day table top exhibitions will present the very best tech under one roof…

Instrumentation Live is coming to the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on 17 January 2024. This brand new table top event is the ideal platform for showcasing your latest technology in the fields of test, measurement and control. The free-to-attend event aims to attract key decision makers that are looking to source the latest products and solutions, and stay up-to-date with the latest developments.

Commenting on the new event, Louise Tiller, media director and event organiser Datateam Business Media, said: “In between busy schedules and hybrid working and most of us doing more work than ever before it can be hard to find the time to get out of the office and attend a trade show.

“Opening at 10am and closing at 4pm, Electronics Live and Instrumentation Live offer the perfect solution. A time and cost effective one-day exhibition.”

Tiller added: “Start your year with new leads and be amongst the industry as we create new business opportunities.”

Why visit?

Visitors benefit from the unique opportunity to see all of the instrumentation market leaders under one roof. Exhibitors already signed up to be at the event include Michell Instruments; Micro-Epsilon; ION Science; POWTechnology; Calex Electronics; Trafag; Dewesoft; Asset Instruments Engineering; Luso Electronics; Rheintacho; D.A.T.S.; Status Instruments; Winters Instruments; Sensing Innovation Leadership Council; Alphasense; Magnaflux; Display Technology; Indysoft; GI Systems; Acoustic Camera; Strainsense; and European Springs and Pressings and many more..

With market-leading companies exhibiting at the event and co-location with Electronics Live there are lots of reasons to visit the event. The exhibition enables visitors to source cutting-edge innovations and knowledge from industry experts. Attendees can also forge valuable connections and do business with prospective clients face-to-face.


Just announced is Instrumentation Live’s seminar sessions. Throughout the day, experts in test, measurement, control and sensing will take to the stage to share their knowledge on trends and developments. Further details of the seminars will be announced in due course in Instrumentation Monthly magazine.

Why exhibit?

Have you got new products and solutions that you want to showcase? Instrumentation Live is an ideal platform to launch your innovations to the UK market. Exhibitors will enjoy an incredible ROI from the highly-targeted and relevant crowd that the event will attract. The exhibition serves as the ideal opportunity to strengthen existing business relationships and secure new connections. And with the 2024 exhibition joining forces with Electronics Live, there will be more opportunities to network than ever before. What’s more, Instrumentation Live receives extensive coverage in a number of industry publications – meaning that all of its exhibitors do too. The NCC will be the place for your test, measurement, control and electronic needs come 17 January 2024.

Electronics Live

Electronics Live, the event of the year for the electronic components sector, will make its debut alongside the Instrumentation Live exhibition. Manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of electronic components are invited to get in touch with Harriet Campbell to find out more about the event. Contact Harriet by telephoning 01622 699184 or emailing

Celebrating 40 years of CIE

Electronics Live will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of electronics magazine CIE (Components in Electronics). On the evening of 17 January 2024 there will be a three course meal, entertainment and a special guest to honour one of the most important publications in the electronics sector. To find out more about the dinner, please visit


Find out more

Please visit and to find out more about these exciting new events. Alternatively, to find out more about exhibiting at Instrumentation Live, please contact Louise Tiller by emailing