Resource efficiency will be the primary focus of Anuga FoodTec 2018

As the leading global trade fair, Anuga FoodTec is the most important driving force of the international food and beverage industry again. It is the only trade fair in the world that covers all aspects of food production.

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LogiMAT 2018 – First-hand intralogistics

On 117,000 square metres of exhibition space, over 1,560 exhibitors from 38 countries will be putting on a presentation at the 16th LogiMAT of the full spectrum of solutions for intralogistics and modern process management. Under the motto of “First-hand intralogistics: Digital – Connected – Innovative” this event highlights the overarching theme affecting all segments in the sector of how to integrate modern technologies and materials in future-capable solutions that meet the challenges of Industry 4.0, Logistics 4.0, the Internet of Things and the digitalisation that comes with this integration. As such, with their exhibits the exhibitors also reflect the current trends in product development in the respective supplier segments. 

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SPS IPC Drives: Show for Electric Automation Systems and Components taking place after Thanksgiving week

(Bild: Messe SPS IPC Drives 2016 |Quelle: Mesago/Thomas Geiger)

(Photo: Messe SPS IPC Drives 2016 |Source: Mesago/Thomas Geiger)

In 2017 and 2018, SPS IPC Drives, the leading Show in electrical automation technology will be taking place after Thanksgiving. “This is the first time in recent years that SPS IPC Drives and Thanksgiving will not be coinciding. We hope and expect that those interested across America will use this opportunity to visit the event. It is the perfect platform to meet providers of electric automation technology from all around the globe and find out further information on cutting-edge technologies,” explains Sylke Schulz-Metzner, Vice President SPS IPC Drives at Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH.

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Paving the way to high-tech

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LogiMAT – the International Trade Show for Distribution, Materials Handling, and Information Flow – is celebrating its 15th anniversary, and that’s “cause for a small celebration,” says director Peter Kazander, Managing Director of EUREXPO Messe- und Kongress-GmbH in Munich. “LogiMAT has been shaped by a decade and a half of technological developments – a period of rapid disruptions that has seen a virtually unprecedented surge in the role of intralogistics.”

Developments in information and communications technology, sensor technology, image acquisition, automation, and robotics in particular now represent a norm that only few could imagine when LogiMAT debuted in 2003. “The first LogiMAT at Stuttgart’s old convention center in Killesberg featured a heated debate about the introduction of RFID,” recalls Professor Michael ten Hompel, Managing Institute Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics (IML). “The internet of things and Industry 4.0 were still just distant visions back then. Today, we hold in our hands the technology to realize the dreams of that era.” LogiMAT has consistently followed this trend over the years, notes Dr. ten Hompel. “And what’s more, it has become a platform for this transformation.”

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Light + Building 2016: top international brands present their latest products for lighting and building-services technology | Motto of the world’s leading trade fair: ‘Where modern spaces come to life: digital – individual – networked’

Osthafenbridge (Source - Messe Frankfurt Exhibition/Jochen Günther)
Osthafenbridge (Source - Messe Frankfurt Exhibition/Jochen Günther)

Light + Building is the world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building-services technology and the market and meeting place for all international market leaders. Altogether, 2,589 exhibitors from all over the world will be making presentations in Frankfurt am Main from 13 to 18 March 2016. Light + Building is distinguished by the combination of lighting and building-services technology – with a spectrum of products unrivalled in terms of depth and breadth. The industry will be showing intelligent solutions, future-oriented technology and the latest design trends on 248,500 square metres of exhibition space in 22 halls. At the same time, a varied and interesting complementary programme of events will reflect the most important subjects from the fields of lighting, electrical engineering and home and building automation.

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