For the first time, the well-established special show “Industrial Automation“ will include the new area „MicroTechnology - Smart Systems for Automation”. Center of the new special area are the IVAM joint pavilion and the professional forum “Innovations for Industry“.
During the past years, the forum” has established itself as an important international platform for innovations from all sections of the microtechnology industry as well as for laser-based micromachining.
Here industry experts, scientists and entrepreneurs come together to discuss industrial solutions and to present their latest product developments and research results.
Exhibitors can participate in the forum free of charge and give a talk to introduce latest innovations and new products to the audience. The main focus of the forum “Innovations for Industry” will be on the following topics: piezo technology, MEMS products for industrial automation, micromachining, ultra-precision, high-precision measurement in industrial environments and laser technology.
For questions regarding presentations at the forum, please contact Ms. Orkide Karasu (+49 231 9742 7086/ email@example.com). Additional information is available under http://ivam.de/calendar/HM2011?lang=en
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