Automation UK: registration open

Register now for the UK’s newest exhibition highlighting the importance of robotics and systems integration to the future growth of the UK economy.

Owned by BARA (British Automation & Robot Association), the respected advocate of the UK robotics and automation industries.

BARA promotes the use of and assists in the development of Industrial Robots and Automation in British industry. It provides strong support to assist with the growth of the automation sector in the UK, as well as having a presence overseas.

Recognising the vast potential of automation and robotics to British industry, BARA is launching a dedicated trade show for the sectors, which is set to be the new benchmark exhibition for the UK automation and robotics industry.

Automation UK, which debuts at Coventry Building Society Arena between 20-21 June 2023, is a “content-led” event offering UK audiences the latest automation and robotics solutions available, all under one roof. BARA says it will be the “perfect place” for stakeholders to come and view the best new products and services on the market.

The event will shine a spotlight on the latest technologies and highlight their true value to the wider economy. Co-located with UKIVA’s Machine Vision Conference, it will be the largest annual gathering of industry experts under one roof in the UK.

The event has been specially designed for businesses operating in the automation and robotics markets. Showcasing live demonstrations of the latest products and services, exhibitors will span a range of sectors including:

  • Robots/Robotic Systems
  • Automated Assembly Machines and Systems
  • Parts Handling Equipment / Conveyors and Materials
  • System Integrators
  • Industrial Automation Control
  • Manufacturing Sensors and Sensor Integrated Systems
  • Automatic Identification and Data Collection (RFID)
  • Machine Safety
  • Education and Skills

Mark Stepney, managing director of Schubert UK and a PPMA board member, said: “Automation UK and MVC will be the largest annual event in the UK to showcase leading robotic and vision suppliers. Its legitimacy is underlined by the backing of two leading industry associations – BARA and UKIVA – and will be an event not to be missed. Aside from being able to view live demonstrations of the latest machines, talk to exhibitors face-to-face and gain the latest market intelligence from industry experts, we have a very competitive offer for exhibitors and one we believe they will find very attractive, not least because the show is open to all suppliers and prospective purchasers.”

Both BARA and UKIVA are part of the PPMA (Processing and Packaging Machinery Association) Group, a coalition that spans the breadth of the automation and robotics sector. The PPMA itself represents and lobbies on behalf of suppliers of processing and packaging machinery to both the domestic and overseas markets. The PPMA group comprises more than 550 member companies and its unique structure enables it to be the authoritative voice of the automation and robotics sector, and why it delivers such a compelling offer to this new event.

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