Sensor+Test 2016 Exhibition: plus parallel Conferences, May 10-12

Sensor+Test 2016 Exhibition: plus parallel Conferences, May 10-12
10 May 2016
12 May 2016
Sensor+Test 2016 takes place from the 10th to the 12th of May in Nuremberg, Germany; a forum for sensors, measuring, and testing technology. The event will host 580 exhibitors from all over the world, and will be accompanied by a parallel conference programme.

One of the parallel conferences is the German-language 18. GMA/ITG-Fachtagung "Sensoren und Messsysteme" to be held this year concurrently with Sensor+Test. This eminent congress on sensor and measuring technology is jointly supported by the VDI/VDE-Gesellschaft Mess- und Automatisierungstechnik (GMA) and the Informationstechnischen Gesellschaft im VDE (ITG) and is to be hosted by the GMA this year.


For the second time the European Society of Telemetry will organise the European Telemetry and Test Conference – etc2016 in cooperation with Sensor+Test. The etc2016 and its exhibition provides a platform for telemetry, telecontrol, test instrumentation, and data processing. It is also the meeting point of the “3rd Advanced In-Flight Measurement Techniques Symposium AIM2016” and the “27th Symposium of the Society of Flight Test Engineers SFTE – European Chapter.”


Suited to this year’s special topic of the Sensor+Test – Measuring in the Cloud – is the international Internet of Things Conference. This distinctive topic is also at the focus of a special stand in Hall 5, and will also be explores in a dedicated session on the lecture forum on the first day of the fair.


Visitors have free admission to the technical forums in Halls 1 and 5 where exhibitors from Sensor+Test will show their new products and solutions and demonstrate their potential applications in brief presentations. On the second day of the fair, experts from industry and research will present innovative future-oriented sensor technologies and measuring processes under the banner “Innovative Testing.”


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