Following advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England, its business as usual, but in light of the global mix of our exhibitors, Datateam Business Media has postponed Sensors & Instrumentation Live with the aim of serving and representing the industry more effectively in 2022.
The outbreak of Coronavirus is very concerning and the health, safety and wellbeing of our visitors and exhibitors is our number one priority. Following a considerable amount of time with no large gatherings, we feel it would be beneficial to wait a little longer and give you the best chance of a ROI rather than just running the show for the sake of running the show. It is in our best interests to ensure our exhibitors and visitors have the best exhibition possible, and we feel this year is still a little too early to do that.
Event Director Louise Tiller said: “This was a very difficult decision as Sensors & Instrumentation Live was set to be a fantastic event and unlike anything we’ve done before. However, with the current Covid-19 situation we feel it will be more beneficial to our exhibitors and visitors to also postpone this year’s event. I’m devastated as so many people have worked so hard to make it something special.”
The event is to be re-scheduled in 2022 and the new dates will be announced shortly.