Exhibitor registrations are now open for EMC and Compliance International, the UK’s leading trade show focused on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), which will return to Newbury Racecourse in Newbury, Berkshire, on May 16 and 17, 2023. The show is expected to attract the industry’s leading professionals and companies, with the majority of this year’s exhibitors already signed up for next year and a full speaker program soon to be confirmed. Register on the show’s website to ensure you secure your space.
EMC and Compliance International 2023 will bring together specialists from electronic, electrical engineering and design engineering backgrounds to meet new and existing customers face-to-face, forge connections and do business. This follows a successful return to being an in-person event in 2022, when the show provided a platform for exhibitors to share guidance on how to tackle EMC and all other compliance issues, including safety, radio equipment and system specification and testing.
One of the exhibitors at the 2022 show, Peter Davenport, field sales engineer at Lambda, commented during the show, “This is my first time at the show and the best thing about it was getting the chance to showcase our company, our products and hear from the industry and see what it is doing.
“We have had a lot of great opportunities and spoken to new customers that we would not have otherwise spoken to about how we can help them enhance what they can do as an offering to their customers. The number of leads that we have gotten is fantastic and the show has more than paid for itself.”
Another exhibitor, Cameron Finch, business development manager at HITEK, added, “For such a niche area in the industry it is very well attended. The leads we get from this are high quality and are likely to convert.”
The show will also see the return of its popular training workshops, which proved popular with exhibitors at past shows. Sessions will be delivered by some of the industry’s leading experts, including Keith Armstrong, Min Zhang and Andy Degraeve. The workshops will cover key topics such as circuit design and shielding for signal integrity, power integrity and EMC, EMC for traction converters, conducted emissions in the aerospace sector and many others.
EMC and Compliance International is the place to be for the UK’s EMC and compliance community and next year’s show is set to be the best yet. To enquire about exhibiting at the show, complete the form on the show's homepage.