About us

GAMBICA is the Trade Association for Instrumentation, Control, Automation and Laboratory Technology in the UK. Our insight and influence help our members to be more competitive by increasing their knowledge and impact. Together we remove barriers and maximise the market potential in our industry.

  • We form a community of members and stakeholders that shares knowledge and best practice, shapes opinion and enhances the profile of our sector
  • We influence policy, standards and regulation for the benefit of our industry
  • We publish unique market reports and forecasts, allowing members to accurately plan future strategies and budgets
  • We help members develop business by promoting our industry through exhibitions, events, publications and media campaigns

GAMBICA members are active in the following sectors:


GAMBICA Member Benefits.




Regular briefings and updates on relevant industry issues, future opportunities and topical news

Influencing Government policy and lobbying on behalf of our sector, directly and as part of collaborative groups

Creating networks of members, associations, organisations, government, media, academia and other related stakeholders

Market data and trend reporting, economic forecasts and opinion surveys to help plan strategies and budgets

Developing technical standards that affect product compliance and acceptance worldwide

Development of International business through exhibitions, trade missions and promotional initiatives

Tracking and advising on the impact of changes in standards and regulation to stay infomed

Shaping opinion through press campaigns, conferences, exhibitions, online and social media

Member events, seminars, consultations and training sessions across sectors and industries

Access to GAMBICA Business Support Helpline and Technical Consulting service

Promoting the benefits and breaking down barriers to adoption of technology in our customer sectors

Excellent meeting facilities and hot desking in London for members to use

GAMBICA operates with a Management Board which comprises of the President, Vice Presidents and Treasurer; elected representatives from the principal sectors of the industry and up to four co-opted members.