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Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 07 - 09 February, 2023

Location: Farnborough, UK
This annual show is aimed at people involved in design, engineering production and procurement. It showcases production hardware, components, consumables and technology for a wide range of industries. It also covers subcontracting services.
Hannover Messe 17 - 21 April, 2023

Location: Hannover, Germany
The industrial megashow is expecting to attract around 4,000 exhibitors with the theme for 2023 being Industrial Transformation – Making a Difference, and the partner country being Indonesia. The event will be broken down into seven areas including: Automation, Motion and Drives; Digital Ecosystems; Energy Solutions; Engineered Parts & Solutions; Future Hub; Compressed Air & Vacuum; and Global Business & Markets
Talking Industry Live 25 April, 2023

Location: MTC, Coventry, UK
A free-to-attend one-day event organised by Talking Industry in partnership with the Manufacturing Technology Centre. The event will include a series of panel discussions, workshops, seminars and an exhibition. Topics being discussed include robotics, automation, digital manufacturing and AI. Attendees will also be offered tours of the MTC, as well as complimentary breakfast and lunch.
Manufacturing & Engineering Week 2023 07 - 08 June, 2023

Location: NEC, Birmingham, UK
The event will bring together live and digital events including the Design & Engineering Expo 2023, the Smart Factory Expo (which replaces the earlier Manufacturing Expo) and Maintec, as well as a zone dedicated to the Drives & Controls, AirTech and Fluid Power & Systems shows that the organiser, Nineteen Group, recently acquired from DFA Media. Another acquisition, The Hennick Group, will bring the SME Growth Summit, the Sustainable Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit and the Manufacturing Top 100 Awards.
Automation UK / MVC 20 - 21 June, 2023

Location: CBS Arena, Coventry, UK
Automation UK is a new annual exhibition championing the use and development of automation and industrial robots in UK industry. Organised by Bara (the British Automation and Robot Association), it will run alongside the existing Machine Vision Conference (MVC) and exhibition, organised by Ukiva (the UK Industrial Vision Association). Bara and Ukiva are both part of the PPMA (the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association).