Discover metrology connectivity in practice with Bowers Group at MACH

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The Bowers Group will be attending MACH 2020 (Birmingham NEC, 20-24 April), where it will showcase a variety of metrology solutions and offer live demonstrations to illustrate how effective data transfer between measurement equipment and applications can boost manufacturing productivity. With a strong focus on connective metrology, company representatives will be showing visitors exactly how Bluetooth-enabled equipment and connectivity can improve efficiencies and reduce errors.

Attendees will have the opportunity to find out more about the range of precision measurement equipment available from Bowers Group, including a selection of products from Baty, Trimos, Sylvac, Gagemaker, Innovatest and Wyler. From bore gauges, micrometres and indicators, to sophisticated vision systems, profile projectors and software, the Bowers Group stand will offer a wide range of metrology solutions.

Martin Hawkins, UK sales director at Bowers Group, says: “MACH is an important event for Bowers Group, and an excellent opportunity for us to showcase the very latest technology in data transfer between measurement equipment and applications. Whether your business is taking its first steps into Industry 4.0, or you’re further along your digital transformation journey, we’re looking forward to showing visitors exactly how they can improve manufacturing processes with Bluetooth-enabled equipment.”

As official metrology sponsor of the University of Wolverhampton Racing Team (UWR) and the University of Wolverhampton Engineering School, Bowers Group will also have the Mobile Metrology Centre on display in MACH’s Education Zone. Apprentices, students and visitors will have the opportunity to witness first-hand the range of metrology equipment on board and learn more about how it is used.

“We are delighted to be able to give visitors to the Education Zone exclusive access to our Mobile Metrology Centre,” says Hawkins. “It’s a great opportunity for us to capture students’ imaginations, and directly engage with the future talent of engineering and manufacturing. With the growing skills gap, it has never been more important for us to offer our experience and guidance regarding the tools that will inevitably become invaluable to them during their future careers.”

Visit the Bowers Group on Stand 510, Hall 18, in the Measurement and Inspection Zone at MACH.