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PREVIEW


PREVIEW SPC I C D


C IPC DRIVES 2


S 201 6 SPS I C DRI ES 2016 SPS IPC DRIVES 2016 Products, trends and innova tion s


Once again this year, SPS IPC Drives will provide industry visitors with a comprehensive overview of individual components and complete solutions for electrical automation. Furthermore, it highlights the pioneering technologies of the future. Over 1,600 exhibitors, including many key players in the industry, will be participatiing in SPS IPC Driives inin Nuremberg on 22 – 24 November 2016


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isitors to SPS IPC Drives benefit from the broad range of products and systems on offer and the in-depth knowledge of the exhibitors’ personnel on the stands.


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Visitors were very positive about the 2015 event: “The arrangement and variety of the exhibitors, as well as the proficient staff on the stands make it a joy to visit SPS IPC Drives obtain comprehensive inf


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Peter Viezens, sales and marketing director, CML Technologies. “This trade fair is an excellent opportunity to acquire up-to-dat e information on all topics concerning automation and drive technology. An absolutemust for all those who operate within this field. The continuously rising numbers of exhibitors and visitors speak for themselves,” says Thomas Ketschau, electrical andmedia plan ner, scia Systems .


FOCUS ON NDUS RIE FOCUS ON I INDUSTRIE 4.0


Due to its positive reception last year, and the increasing challenges faced by


industrial production, Hall 3A is once again the showcase for the ‘Industrie 4.0 Area’. “The use cases of the Industrie 4.0 Area are selected in such a way that you can identify small steps which enable you to develop on an evolutionary basis in the direction of Industry 4.0. This is of great benefit to machine builders,” explains Dr Peter Adolphs, CEO, Pepperl+Fuchs. The Industrie 4.0 Area offers visitors a wide range of opportunities for obtaining information focusing on digitalisation and intelligent networking of production. The ‘Automation meets IT’ joint stand and forumpresents data-based business models as well as IT-based solutions fromthe world of automation en route to the digital production of the future. The ‘MES goes Automation’ joint stand shows


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Drives, 22 - 24 November 2016 in Nuremberg


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Drives, 22 - 24 November 2016 in Nuremberg


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use of MES. For the first time, this special KEY processes can be optimised through the


presentation has been enhanced by the presence of companies fromthe field of cyber security, such as Airbus Defence and Space, the German Federal Office for Information Security, and Kaspersky.


JOINI T STANDS AND FORUMS IINSPIRE NEW MOMEN


JO N ANDS AND FORUMS NSPIRE NEW MOMENTUM


On the joint stands ‘AMA Center for Sensor Technology, Measurement and Testing Technology’ in Hall 4A and ‘Wireless in Automation’ in Hall 10, visitors can obtain specific and comprehensive information on the respective topics. In addition, they can use this opportunity to exchange ideas with vendors on an individual problemor specific topic.


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The trade fair forums at SPS IPC Drives also offer the highest level of expertise: In qualified specialist presentations and podium discussions, the ZVEI and VDMA associations in Halls 2 and 3 respectively address topics that are relevant to the user industries. In this way, they


facilitate an exchange of knowledge and experience at the highest level.


KEY EXHIBITORS event that will be launching new


products and solutions include:


Baumüller Beckhoff Belden


Delta Electronics Copa-Data CC-Link B&R


Distec Hansford Sensors


Kübler HIMA


Mitsubishi Electric Lenze


Molex Murrelektronik Rockwell Automation


Sprint Electric Sigmatek


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ONLINE REGIS NTRY TIICKETS


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1-560 7-406 10-120


7-114/206 2-540 7-590 3-220 8-228


4A-554 9-440 7A-506 1-360 7-391 10-110 9-235


3-250 1-458 7-270 9-205


ONLINE REGISTRAT ON FOR FREE ENTRY T


ATIION FOR FREE


Further information on the event, the opening times, travel and directions can be found at sps-messe.de. Visitors can also gain access here to the booking portals for ‘Travel Specials’ and can register online for a free day entry ticket.


EXH BITIION FORUMS EXHIBII ON FORUMS


Interesting and exciting panel discussions about up-to-date automation issues such as Industrie 4.0, are taking place at the exhibition forums. The exhibitors will present innovative solutions and new technologies in lectures and presentations.


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