12-13 October 2022 | Coventry Building Society Arena

The UK’s biggest event dedicated entirely to engineering, electronics and embedded design. Design engineers benefit from direct access to the latest products, services and innovations available to the sector.

opening times

Wednesday, 12th October 2022
10:00-16:00
Thursday, 13th October 2022
10:00-16:00
Join us for the special 10-year anniversary Engineering Design Show (EDS)! Benefit from direct access to the latest products, services and innovations available to the sector. Plus a few extra surprises in celebration of our decade milestone.

EDS provides design engineers with unrivalled access to over 200 leading solution providers and expert speakers exploring best practice, new design techniques and industry issues.

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Hammond on Stand M16: new products and mod capabilities

Hammond Electronics will be showing a selection of its latest new enclosures, so if you need standard or in-house modified plastic, die-cast or extruded aluminium enclosures, drop by Stand M16 to see what we can do for you to bring your project to market on time and on budget.

Smallfry Innovation Collaborates on Peritonitis Early Warning Device

Changing lives through design and engineering is something that the Coventry based strategic design innovation company excels at and QuickCheck™, is a perfect example of how collaboration and design innovation can really transform ideas. Turning new technology and science into products that drive impact and improve lives.

Performance at minimum space: Panasonic‘s Wi-Fi Modul PAN9520 in the Rutronik Wireless portfolio

Ispringen, July 2022 – The Panasonic PAN9520 is a 2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n embedded Wi-Fi module based on Espressif's ESP32-S2. This highly integrated, low power, single-core Wi-Fi microcontroller SoC incorporates a high-performance Xtensa® 32-bit LX7 CPU. It is also designed for security and cost efficiency while maintaining high performance. The integrated chip antenna and QSPI memory make the PAN9520 suitable for a wide range of stand-alone and host-controlled applications. It is one of the smallest devices on the market (24 mm x 13 mm x 3.1 mm)and enables a wide range of peripherals via interfaces such as full-speed USB OTG, SPI, UART, and I²C, among others. The module is available either as a 4 MB Flash version with 2 MBPSRAM or as a 1 MB Flash version without PSRAM. Application areas include building automation, medical technology, and robotics, as well as smart city infrastructures.

Got a lot out of the show and could have easily spent more time/an extra day there, had it been possible logistically.

Paul Bryce

I think it's useful for colleagues to see what's available on a regular basis.

Caroline Harding

I was surprised by the number of potential/current suppliers to our business (electronics manufacturer) and able to rediscover their portfolio and offers. Needed more time to explore further.

Pascal Roux

One of the best shows for Engineers and Designers.

Alan Sobha

A nicely laid out exhibition in a pleasant and easily accessible venue, with a good range and quality of exhibitors.

Robert Evans

An excellent place to meet existing suppliers, find new suppliers and keep up to date on the latest industry trends and technologies.

Aaron Lockton

As an electronic and product designer, the show provided an invaluable overview of what is possible in the industry. In our age of information technology, you still cannot overlook the value of talking to another human face-to-face when looking for solutions and ideas, which ultimately benefits everybody.

Paul Bryce

Engaging in dialog with multiple business partners spread across the country is time consuming and challenging, having a range of suppliers, possible suppliers and prospects in one location is highly effective.

Dave Everitt

Great chance to see a lot of innovation and network with a good range of contacts. Excellent presentations in the conference track.

Adam Stephen

Great venue and organisation, coming back next year!

Rob Gil

Most of the things you can find on the internet, however, here you can ask questions, talk to people and also see & try new products.

Bela Szekely

The Engineering Design Show is a helpful concentration of vendors of many kinds, making it a one-stop-shop to communicate with existing suppliers, find new ones, and generally network for information.

Paul Callan

This show has become the go to event for the industry.

Graham Coleman

Useful for discovering potential new suppliers, business partners and networking. Also useful for making personal contact with exhibitors rather than working exclusively via email and telephone.

David Barrass

When you work in a field which has a wide range of new products, seeing what's on offer could give you the inspiration you need to be innovative.

Caroline Harding

We consider the Engineering Design Show the most important show that we exhibit at over the year.

Alan Low, Sales manager, Lincoln Binns

The Engineering Design Show is the only UK show that targets engineers and this ensures the quality of the leads generated.

Andy Treble, Sales Director, Euroquartz

The Engineering Design Show is a well focused exhibition that delivers results. It is ideally located with good access and free parking, making it easy to justify your visit.

Graham Wingate, Sales Director, Mclennan Servo Supplies

The best show in the UK.

Elizabeth Hilton, UK & I Sales Manager, Samtec

We feel that this event is beneficial to the engineering design community and we get very good feedback.

Colin Lippitt, Consultant, Infinity Group