Leading Manufacturer of Safety Interlock Switches and Machine Guard Safety Switch Devices for Automation and Process Safety

Automation UK is designed specifically for businesses operating in the automation and robotics markets and will highlight the importance of robotics and systems integration to the future growth of the UK economy. The event will showcase the latest products and services in this fast-growing sector to visitors and is poised as one of the largest annual gatherings of industry experts under one roof in the UK.

At this year’s show, IDEM Safety Switches will be performing live demonstrations of our products to visitors coming to our stand. You will have the opportunity to see our extensive product range of safety devices and learn more about our future innovations.


The show will take place at the CBS Arena, Coventry, UK on 20th and 21st June, 2023. We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to our booth!

Visit us at Stand No: D10

If you would like to arrange a meeting to meet one of our team from IDEM SAFTEY SWITCHES – contact us in advance on Tel: +44 (0)1942 257070 or email: sales@idemsafety.com

IDEM at Automation UK

About the Show

June 22–25, 2023 Coventry, UK

Automation UK is intended to be the national automation and robotics show. As a content-led event it offers UK audiences the latest automation and robotics solutions available, all under one roof. It will be the perfect place for stakeholders to come and view the best new products and services on the market.

The unique exhibition will highlight the latest industrial products and services, robots, robotic systems, systems integration, automation control parts and systems, sensors and machine safety available in the UK today.

The show is owned by BARA (British Automation & Robot Association), the respected advocate of the UK robotics and automation industries. BARA promotes the use of and assists in the development of, Industrial Robots and Automation in British industry. It provides strong support to assist with the growth of the automation sector in the UK, as well as having a presence overseas at the International Federation of Robotics..