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Heber Innovation at Engineering Design Show 2017

Following a successful visit in 2016, Heber will be returning to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry for the Engineering Design Show (EDS) 2017  in October.

With a wealth of expertise, Heber has been supporting UK manufacturers throughout the whole engineering process, from design to manufacture, for over 30 years. Their services include consultancy, feasibility studies, concept development, procurement and logistics, prototyping, field testing and manufacture. Adopting a ‘Piece by Piece, Step by Step’ approach to the process, We combines our different technological capabilities to create innovative solutions for their customers.

We have an established expertise in flow and temperature measurement and control, and both invasive and non-invasive sensors applications for level sensing, measurement, temperature, overflow and leak detection. The Heber engineering team is dedicated to keeping our services relevant to the demands manufacturers are facing, and as such we have developed our capabilities in the ever more present ‘Internet of Things’ and improving the energy efficiency of appliances, in order to make them more durable and environmentally friendly.

By always looking for ways to innovate, Heber is able to capitalise on our varied experiences and integrate exciting technologies across the board. Something Sales and Marketing Manager Graham Jackson is particularly passionate about;

“What we are bringing to EDS this year is an excellent representation of what Heber stands for. Our passion for innovation doesn’t just drive us to create new technologies, but to look at existing ones from different perspectives, and to fix problems others had dismissed as too difficult.”

Graham Jackson

But it’s not just their own projects that get self-confessed “gadget addicts” in the Heber team excited about attending the EDS. As Matt Collins, Heber’s Marketing Manager explains,

“Returning to the dynamic and innovative atmosphere of the Ricoh Arena is a great opportunity for us to explore the new technologies coming into the industry.”

Matt Collins