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Microtechnology finds its way to Industrial Automation: IVAM breaks new ground at HANNOVER MESSE

In 2012 microtechnology will be part of the special area “Industrial Automation“ at the HANNOVER MESSE. The main reasons for IVAM and Deutsche Messe to decide this relocation were the close proximity of the application markets and the demands of the exhibitors.

“Together with Deutsche Messe we are going to continue the success story of microtechnology at HANNOVER MESSE“, says IVAM-CEO Heinz-Peter Hippler. “Hall 17 is in exposed position for visitors and potential customers. Thereby, we are going to disclose further potentials“, he adds.

“MicroTechnology - Smart Systems for Automation“ is a platform for advanced applications with regard to man-machine communication, for monitoring of installations, equipment and devices as well as for green technologies.

The integration of the topic into the environment of the industrial automation technology creates several new synergies between industrial production and the core competences of micro- and nanotechnology. Martin Trächtler, Group Leader, “Inertial Sensor Systems at Institut für Mikrotechnik und Informationstechnik of the Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft e.V. (HSG-IMIT) says: "We offer components and solutions that fit perfectly into the interdisciplinary agenda of Industrial Automation. Therefore, moving to these halls brings us closer to our partners and prospective new customers". The HSG-IMIT is one of the leading research and development providers for micro components and systems.

Till Kugler Managing Director of Kugler GmbH, is really satisfied with the relocation. “I am sure this will create new opportunities to win customers in sectors that are closely associated with the industry. The chances of ‘being found’ when you are exhibiting at Industrial Automation are much greater, since nearly every prospective buyer makes a point of visiting this show.”

MicroTechnology – Smart Systems for Automation

From 2012 on the new special area „MicroTechnology – Smart Systems for Automation“ shows the whole scope of innovative microtechnology solutions within the “Industrial Automation“ show. Heart of the new special area is the Product Market “Micro, Nano & Materials“, organized by the IVAM Microtechnology Network. The professional forum “Innovations for Industries“, also moving to Industrial Automation, deepens the main topics of the special area by presentations and panel discussions. All in all the forum offers around 60 international presentations during five days and gives all-embracing insight into international markets for applied micro-and nanotechnologies.

Mona Okroy | idw
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