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events SENSOR + TEST


3–5 June 2014, Nuremberg, Germany


Europe’s Biggest Measurement Fair


The 21st international SENSOR+TEST trade fair will be held from the 3rd to the 5th of June 2013 at the Nürnberg Exhibition Center. The SENSOR+TEST is a must-go venue for developers, engineers and users from all industries as well as for engineering and science students. State-of-the- art sensor and measuring technology is crucial for the sustainability of devices, machines, systems and processes. Moreover, without the latest testing technology, the ever-increasing demands on the reliability of products and processes could not be met.


There is no comparable platform in Europe where innovative users can meet so many innovative suppliers of sensor, measuring and testing technology from all over the globe. The AMA Association for Sensors and Measurement backer and AMA Service organiser count with about 550 exhibitors and approximately 8,000 visitors.


Focal Topic for 2014: Safety & Security


Today’s sensors and measurement technology are providing more and more safety and security in all areas from everyday life to industrial processes. Low-maintenance sensors reliably detect toxic and inflammable gases to ensure air quality, they control air-conditioning systems, and other sensors are integrated in wind-park condition monitoring systems, triggering alarms by text, while fibre-optic sensors check for fatigue in aircraft components. The range of safety-relevant applications is extremely broad.


This is why the Exhibitor Committee and the Executive Board of the AMA Association opted for “Safety & Security” as the focal topic for the SENSOR+TEST 2014. Visitors can obtain a specific and concentrated overview of products and solutions dealing with safety and security at the special forum in Hall 12. The lecture forum in Hall 12 will also be devoted to the subject of safety and security on 3 June 2014 and offers a subsequent podium discussion.


50 | commercial micro manufacturing international Vol 7 No.2


2 June


euspen’s 14th International Conference & Exhibition


2–6 June 2014, Dubrovnik, Croatia


The European Commission has identified a number of key enabling technologies as being main drivers for developing the European industry sectors until year 2020. These include micro and nano electronics, photonics, nano technologies, advanced materials, biotechnology and advanced manufacturing and processing.


Precision engineering plays an important role in addressing and further developing all of these key enabling technologies for the benefit of industry and society. In fact, most of these topics are covered by euspen and its International Conference.


This event offers the possibility to see latest advances in traditional precision engineering fields such as metrology, ultra precision machines and ultra precision manufacturing and assembly processes. Another important topic is motion control in precision systems.


Furthermore, new topics will be addressed, covering precision engineering for medical products and additive manufacturing technologies.


6 June


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