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.

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What Makes a Label Weatherproof?

Weatherproof labels are resistant to all forms of weather conditions. When designed for outdoor or rugged use, the materials used must be reliable and perform under even the most extreme conditions.

That Engineering Chat at Subcon 2022

Nicole Piesse Tuner, founder of Chatty Hatter and creator of That Engineering Chat was delighted to be invited along to cover the Subcon which took place from the 7-9 June at the NEC, Birmingham.

Does It Fit Your Profile?

In today’s global economic climate, it is easier than ever before to procure counterfeit products intentionally or otherwise. In the world of industrial manufacturing equipment especially, it represents a disaster waiting to happen for manufacturers and their customers.

Transforming the factory floor to enhance productivity

We’ve seen a gradual increased presence of robots on manufacturing factory floors, and industries that have embraced automation have seen an increase in efficiency and productivity. There is a key concern amongst employees that the rise of robots will ensure the human worker extinct. This concern is mostly unfounded and is a result of scaremongering. In more recent years, new ways of thinking have gained traction; rather than make their human counterparts redundant, the manufacturing robots of the future will work collaboratively alongside them. This future can be witnessed with the introduction of collaborative robots, commonly known as “cobots”, robots invented to complement human workers, operating in almost any environment. While we excel at complex thinking and problem-solving, robots are proficient at bringing accuracy to repetitive, and sometime unsafe, time-sensitive tasks. What if robots do all the heavy-lifting and monotonous error-prone tasks, and employees are able to focus on more challenging and meaningful work. What if production lines were able to flow unsupervised with minimal error? The workforce of the future sees robots working collaboratively with employees and complement their work, improve efficiency and increase productivity.

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