AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

29 April 2022
It's Lights Out and Away EMiR Goes
Three years after it last welcomed customers and industry representatives to its popular open day, EMiR, a specialist in software and IT solutions for the electro-mechanical repair, sales and service industry, is hosting a gathering at the Silverstone Interactive Museum on May 12, 2022.

During the Covid-enforced three year gap since the last EMiR open day, there have been plenty of exciting new developments as the solution constantly evolves to meet the developing needs of users. In a packed and informative morning, visitors will be able to find out about all the latest additions and enhancements to the EMiR platform, plus gain sneak previews of what’s to come in the company’s product roadmap.

Then in the afternoon, visitors will be able to delve into the history of Silverstone, the home of British Motor Racing. An exciting tour of the interactive Silverstone Museum will include the grid lineup, interactive displays, bikes, cars, memorabilia and a 3D experience of the ultimate lap. And those who registered early enough will be able to take to the track in one of four Formula 1 simulators. They will be up against other attendees to record the best lap time, with industry bragging rights as the ultimate prize.

Places are limited, and anyone interested in attending should contact the EMiR team via the company website.

No. 1 The Chambers, Bowden Business Village, Harborough Road, Market Harborough, LE16 7SA
+44 (0)84500 94588
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