20 exciting products for Sensor + Test 2018
At this year's Sensor + Test trade fair for sensor technology, measuring and testing technology, there will be two conventions, as well as exhibitor forums, an action programme - and lots of new products. We present 20 product novelties that will be shown at Sensor + Test.
This year Sensor+Test will not take place until the end of June from 26 to 28 June. In addition to the classic exhibition, visitors have many opportunities to obtain comprehensive information on the latest developments in sensor, measuring and testing technology. This year, the trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany attracts around 580 exhibitors from all over the world. We have summarized a selection of the products that will be exhibited at the fair:
20 exciting products at Sensor+Test:
The Sensor + Test will again be accompanied by two specialist congresses: According to the organizers, the 19th ITG/GMA conference "Sensors and Measurement Systems" is the most important conference on sensor and measurement technology in German-speaking countries. It is jointly supported by two organizations of the German Association of Electrical Engineering: the ITG (organization for information technology) and the GMA (organization for measurement and automation technology).
In addition, the European Society of Telemetry is organising the ettc2018 (European Test and Telemetry Conference) in cooperation with Sensor + Test in Nuremberg for the third time. The ettc2018 - with conference and accompanying exhibition in Hall 2 - is the European platform for telemetry, test instrumentation and telecontrol.
Furthermore, the exhibitors at Sensor + Test will also be presenting their latest developments, products and applications at the specialist forums in Halls 1 and 5, which are open to visitors free of charge on all three days of the fair.
The practical demonstrations and rides in instrumented test vehicles on the action area in the exhibition park are particularly attractive and extremely popular with visitors: Automotive testing can thus be experienced live.
This article was first published in German onelektrotechnik.