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Gill Sensors to Exhibit at Professional Motorsport World Expo 2012

After the success of last year’s event, Gill Sensors will again be exhibiting at the Professional MotorSport World Expo taking place in Cologne, Germany from the 13th-15th November 2012.

The MotorSport World Expo provides the ideal platform for industry-specific manufacturers and suppliers to exchange new technology innovations with Motorsport professionals.

Gill Sensors will exhibit on stand 5036 showcasing the latest range of Non-Contact Position Sensors specifically designed using patented induction technology for accurate linear, angular and rotary position measurement. Custom made to suit specific mechanical requirements, the technology has been applied to develop clutch and throttle pedal position sensors for a leading F1 team offering a considerable weight reduction whilst maintaining maximum reliability for race performance.

Gill’s Ultrasonic flow sensors and Micro liquid level sensors will also be displayed alongside the range of Custom design speed sensors.

In addition to the sensor display, the MetPak compact weather station developed by our sister company, Gill Instruments, will be on show. The professional weather station is a compact, robust, multi-sensor device capable of providing reliable information about current weather conditions. The MetPak uses ultrasonic technology to measure wind speed and direction, barometric pressure and humidity in extreme conditions. We will be pleased to discuss the use of this technology specifically for Motorsport applications.

If you would like to arrange a meeting during the event or find out more about our products and services please contact us.

Key Event Information

Exhibition Dates: 13th-15th November 2012
Location: Cologne, Germany
Booth Number: 5036
Gill Sensors Representatives: Mike Rees, Neville Meech
Exhibition Website: Click Here

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