Registration opens for UK’s largest engineering event


Tickets are now available for Advanced Engineering UK in November 2021

London, 12/07/2021


Advanced Engineering UK, the country’s largest gathering of engineering professionals, has opened visitor registrations for this year’s event, which is set to go ahead on November 3 and 4 2021 at the NECin Birmingham. The show, now in its twelfth year, will attract thousands of attendees from all engineering disciplines and markets, all looking to meet and do business once again. You can register your attendance on the Advanced Engineering UK website.


This year, Advanced Engineering UK introduces a new show zone dedicated entirely to space and satellite innovation. The zone will be part of Advanced Engineering UK’s existing Aero Engineering floor and will be supported by two of the show’s longstanding partners, the UK Space Agency and ADS Group. It will bring together the UK’s space and satellite manufacturers, research and development (R&D) partners and supply chain businesses spanning R&D, design, test, production, manufacturing and advanced materials, showcasing the UK’s incredible achievements in this sector. It will also be the home of Bruno, a prototype of the ExoMars rover, which was recently announced as a showcase at the event.


The show will bring together many different areas of engineering — aerospace, composite materials, automotive, performance metals and connected manufacturing. The show is also located in the same hall as Lab Innovations, the UK’s largest annual event for the laboratory industry, making it even easier for visitors and exhibitors to discover the latest innovations from both new and familiar disciplines.


“Innovation cycles are so short now,” commented Simon Keogh, General Manager at Siemens. “If you don’t come to events like Advanced Engineering UK, you stand the risk of falling behind the times with the speed of innovation.”


The presence of so many different sectors ensures cross-industry collaboration and allows attendees to meet professionals from all tiers of the supply chain, see the most innovative tech and set their business up for a successful start in 2022.


Moreover, with more than 200 hours of free CPD certified content, visitors will have the chance to learn from leading OEMs through case studies and presentations on key issues such as the skills gap, regulations and market forecasts.


“In periods of uncertainty, those who have the courage to innovate will stay afloat and keep ahead of their competitors,” added Aleiya Lonsdale, Head of Marketing at Advanced Engineering UK. “Now is the time to learn new ways, innovate your business and network with people who can help you in this process. That’s exactly what visitors will be able to do at Advanced Engineering.”


Are you ready to meet some of the UK’s top innovators in engineering? Register to attend Advanced Engineering 2021 on November 3–4 via the exhibition’s website.

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