The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation will run a series of technological expos throughout 2017, coming to Brisbane with a four and a half hour event on the 3rd of May. The expo will focus on the latest developments within the instrumentation, control and automation industries. These exhibitions and seminars invite workers from any industry where machinery plays an important role, to learn about how the internal circuits and innovation within machinery promotes safety and self-management.
The IICA expos can benefit both members and non-members just looking to learn a little more about instrumentation, control and automation. The Brisbane exhibition will feature exhibitors from the industry and invites visitors to peruse and discuss the products on display in a friendly, casual environment.
The types of products finding their way to IICA expos include sensors that measure flow, level, pressure, temperature etc, controllers (PID & simple), signal conditioners (Isolators & Converters) & transducers, automation devices such as PLCs, variable speed drives, servo motors, as well as other safety and measurement systems.
Visitors to the IICA technological expo are also given the opportunity to meet other figures from the industry. The event will provide a forum for networking and will allow visitors from all levels of the industry to make important connections. With a focus on educating and discussing the legislation that impacts the industry within Australia, the IICA expos are a must attend for anyone with a stake in the instrumentation, control and automation field.
The IICA expos present a rare opportunity for companies working within the instrumentation, control and automation field to connect with real people from the industry. To find out more information about becoming an exhibitor, call 0405 110 609.
The IICA technological expo Brisbane is a free event for both members and non-members. To preregister for the event visit the Brisbane IICA information page.
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Getting to BCEC via public transport is easy and efficient with bus, ferry and train options available. More information about planning your journey via public transport can be found on the TransLink website.
South Brisbane Railway Station adjacent to the Convention Centre on Grey Street or South Bank Railway Station are the most convenient stations to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The Cultural Centre Station on Melbourne Street and the South Bank Busway Station cnr of Colchester and Tribune Streets are closest to BCEC.
The public transport ferries CityCats operate everyday and stop at the South Bank River Terminal on the Clem Jones Promenade. The inner-city ferry travels between the CBD, North Quay and Kangaroo Point, stopping at South Bank Terminal 1 and 2 on the Clem Jones Promenade.
Car park 1 is best for Merivale Street rooms, Car Park 2 & 3 are best for Exhibition Halls and Grey Street rooms via Russell Street Walkway.
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