In addition to the usual companies there are free stands available for non-commercial developers to show off their work.
Contact us if you are interested in taking a stand at this year's show.
Thanks to all the below exhibitors for making the 2015 show stands so packed in!
- 3rd Event Technologies - AMCS Music Creation system
Quincy Coleman demonstrating the Acorn derived music sequencer.
- ABug - Acorn and BBC Micro User Group
After several successful meetings up north, the ABug team venture south of Watford! See what amazing tricks they have been up to withtheir Acorn Atoms, Beebs, Electrons and Archies.
The 26-bit emulator for running old software on the ARMX6, Iyonix, Beagleboard and Raspberry Pi.
- Ambiguous Contrasts Games
Get a first look at Anthony Bartram's new isometric 3D quest game Legends of Magic, plus shoot-em-up Overlord will be on sale.
- Archimedes Software Preservation Project
Jon Abbott will be demonstrating the progress made on the software preservation project with a selection of classic games running on a mixture of real Archimedes systems and on the Raspberry Pi using his ADFFS emulation software. See if you can spot the difference!
- Archive Magazine
The subscription magazine, for all users of RISC OS software and hardware. Pick up the latest issue or get the DVD with over 25 years of articles in an easily searchable format.
- Basalt and Float
Steve Drain will be demonstrating the latest updates of BBC BASIC addon Basalt plus the recently released Float module that provides high speed floating point maths using the VFP unit of modern ARM processors. This will all be running on his Raspberry Pip + Atrix Lapdock custom setup.
- Charity Stand
Donate your old hardware and software, and buy others to help raise money for Combat Stress.
- CJE Micro's - The Fourth Dimension
The dealer with it all - if it's not in stock, it probably doesn't exist. Including the PandaRO and RaspberryRO machines, and the latest news on their as yet unnamed Cortex-A15 system.
- Drag 'n Drop
Chris Dewhurst with the PDF based magazine and CDs of BBC Micro programming books.
- Flax Cottage Educational Archive
Flax Cottage will be showing a collection of educational software from the BBC Micro days running on the original hardware and on a Raspberry Pi using RISC OS Pico.
- Impression X
Richard Keefe will have the latest beta version of Impression X available for sale. See how far he has progressed with the epic task of updating Impression to run on modern RISC OS machines.
Nigel Willmott with the latest updates to the personal management software.
- Orpheus Internet
The RISC OS friendly ISP.
- Prisma 3 Broadcast Graphics System
The Millipede Prisma 3 Graphics system was almost the ultimate TV graphics add-on for the BBC Micro and Archimedes. Paul Emerton's unit was used by the BBC for graphics in gameshows and election coverage, and will be running some sample displays during the show.
R-Comp will be demonstrating their ARMX6 native RISC OS system along with RISCube/RISCbook family of VirtualRPC computers, plus the latest updates to their extensive software collection.
- Retro Software
New software for your 8-bit machines, including Beeb, Electron and Atom.
Michael Emerton demonstrating RiscDJ, the digital music library software supporting hundreds of thousands of MP3, OGG and FLAC tracks.
- Riscy Robots
The rise of the machines, Neil Fazakerley will be demonstrating his robots and train sets, controlled by RISC OS running on the Raspberry Pi and Beagleboard.
- RISC OS Open Ltd
Charged by Castle with maintaining the Shared Source RISC OS, ROOL will be demoing latest developments and showing off their updated documentation.
The RISC OS User Group Of London, the show organisers, will be on hand to try to tempt you to its upcoming meetings and talk about RISC OS in London in general.
The latest version of the cross platform Risc PC emulator will be on display.
- Sine Nomine Software
Sine Nomine will have their award winning vector map rendering application RiscOSM available, as well as the latest versions of the Impact Database, DrawPrint, SuperDoku and House of Cards.
- Soft Rock Software
Vince Hudd's Acorn themed case for the Raspberry Pi, the RiscPiC, will be on sale. Vince will also have his selection of RISC OS games, utilities and applications.
- Steve Fryatt
Steve will have all the latest versions of his software, CashBook, PrintPDF, and Locate2, on sale for a good cause.
- Tricky Gaming
Come along and try out Tricky's (Richard Broadhurst) new games for the BBC Micro, and maybe give your old favourites a go too.
Send live tweets from the show and browse the web using a BBC Micro (with a bit of help from a Raspberry Pi). David James Lennon will be on hand to describe how he setup his system.