The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation will run a series of technological expos over the course of 2017; rolling out a full trade show and one of their biggest events on the 12th of October at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. 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 innovations within machinery promote safety and self-management.
The Perth Process & Instrumentation Trade Show has been sponsored by Phoenix Contact, Transtek and Teksal Safety, and will have exhibitions from other key companies working within the industry. An extended list of exhibitors is available on the IICA Perth Trade Show event page.
Attending the IICA expos can benefit both members and non-members just looking to learn a little more about instrumentation, control and automation. The Perth Show will host exhibitions from industry companies, and invites visitors to peruse and discuss the products on display, whilst grabbing a drink and bite to eat 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 expo presents 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, visit the Perth event information page.
The IICA technological expo Perth is a free event for both members and non-members. To preregister for the event visit the Perth IICA event page.
From the venue’s site:
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre is a designated Cab Spot location. A taxi phone is located at our Plaza Entry doors on Level 1. Our Cab Spot number is 1088. Alternatively, to book a taxi, please contact:
Swan Taxis 13 13 30
Black and White Taxis 13 10 08
Elizabeth Quay Busport is located adjacent to Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Many bus services depart and arrive at the Elizabeth Quay Busport including the free CBD ‘Blue and Green CAT’ service. Perth’s other major busport is the Wellington Street Bus Station, located along Wellington Street next to the Perth Central train station.
Elizabeth Quay train station is located at the doorstep of the Centre and services the Mandurah and Joondalup Railway Line. Other train stations within close proximity of the centre include:
A ferry service operates across the Swan River between Elizabeth Quay Jetty (Perth) and Mends Street Jetty (South Perth). Elizabeth Quay Jetty is only a short walk to the Centre. Services operate daily from 7:50am to 7:20pm (extended times operate on weekdays and during the Summer months).
For all bus, train or ferry information, or to plan your journey, please contact Transperth on 13 62 13 or visit their website. For hearing impaired TTY please contact (08) 9428 1999.
Walking access into the Centre on Level 1 is via Mill Street or Mounts Bay Road. Level 2 can be accessed via the Elizabeth Quay Busport overpass.
Access to the City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park is via Mill Street, Mounts Bay Road and the Riverside Drive off ramp of the Mitchell Freeway. Access to our Level 1 Plaza area is from Mill Street or Mounts Bay Road.
Parking is available directly under the Centre. More information is available under Location.
All public areas of Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre are wheelchair accessible; and the Centre conforms with both Australian Standards, 1428.1 and 1428.2 (enhanced provisions). The Centre is also fully wheelchair accessible with compliant ramps and access ways from the Elizabeth Quay Busport and Train Station, Adina Hotel and Mill Street.
One internal, and two external, passenger lifts provide access between the City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park and Levels 1 and 2 of the Centre. A fourth passenger lift provides internal access to Level 3 from Level 2, and is located in our Level 2 northern foyer, opposite Meeting Rooms 1 – 4.
Unisex disabled toilets are situated throughout the Centre and in each exhibition pavilion. All accessible toilets have emergency call buttons connected to our security department.
Tactile and Braille Maps are located at both front entry registration desks, and all meeting rooms, toilets and lifts are signposted in Braille.
Our Riverside Theatre offers 100% hearing audio-loop coverage and features dedicated wheelchair space.
The City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park, located directly beneath the Centre, features 23 ACROD parking bays. There is also a drop-off point and Cab Spot rank at the Centre’s main plaza entrance on Level 1.
Courtesy wheelchairs are available on request from our Information Desk on Level 2 (subject to availability).
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