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Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition 2014

The Silverstone Wing, Silverstone Race Track
18 March 2014
10am – 4pm

Following on from the success of this year’s exhibition the 2014 exhibition will be held on Tuesday 18 March 2014 at Silverstone in the prestigious exhibition and conference centre – the Silverstone Wing.
The new facility is located in the heart of the Silverstone Race Track and is an ideal venue for the exhibition. The International Media Centre has a 550m2 exhibition area and adjacent auditorium and meeting rooms. This makes the exhibition a self-contained event with all visitor facilities within or adjacent to the exhibition hall.
The building also houses the racing car pits and garages underneath the exhibition hall and there is regular action on the race track which can be viewed from the gallery next to the exhibition hall.
The EIS exhibition continues to grow each year and there will be seminars held throughout the day:
  • 11.00am-12.00pm The Effect of Component Life and Performance of Manufacturing Induced Residual Strain
  • 11.30am-12.30pm Gearbox Noise and Life Monitoring
  • 2.00pm-3.00pm 3D Printed Components – use in Stress Analysis and as Structural Components
  • 2.15pm-3.15pm Successes and Future Challenges in Vehicle Dynamics

    Further information about the forums including summaries and panel members

Guest panels comprising industry experts will expand on the technical developments & take questions from the floor.

Visitors – to pre-register please complete the Registration Form and email to

Full List of Exhibitors

Exhibitors have the opportunity to show and discuss their products, services and other materials to engineers from the aerospace, automotive, motor-sport, rail, industrial, off-highway, power generation & medical industries. In the past, exhibitors have seen the exhibition as an excellent way of meeting like-minded people who are active in their particular fields, whilst visitors find it to be a great way to see the latest technological developments.

Exhibition 2014 flyer

Further information for exhibitors

For more information, or to pre-register, please contact the EIS Secretariat (Sara Atkin) or telephone 01572 811315.
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