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SENSOR+TEST 2019 to focus on process automation, whilst offering incentives for start-up companies to join the community
Dec 12 2018 Read 604 Times
SENSOR+TEST will continue with further focal themes special exhibitor groups, which are always appealing features when attracting visitors to the internationally leading trade fair for sensor, measuring, and testing technology in Nuremberg. Start-up enterprises, located in Germany, will benefit from an outstanding and cost-effective opportunity to present their new developments for the first time to an international audience of technical professionals aided by government funding.
The diversity of sensors and measuring devices for process technology has always been a core aspect of SENSOR+TEST. Since the all-encompassing advent of digitalisation, extending to process automation as well, the demands on sensors and measuring systems has increased as greatly as their importance for industry at large. Whether we look at newly developed measuring processes, self-monitoring sensor networks, or process-analysis systems with cloud and AI support, the special topic of SENSOR+TEST 2019 offers suppliers and users the opportunity to participate in the innovation dialogue on novel concepts, products, and solutions for this important area of application. Companies and institutes with specialised expertise in process technology can present their products and services with a low-cost full package at the “Sensor and Measuring Technology for Process Automation” special forum
Young enterprises often have more ideas than money. To facilitate the participation of start-ups at trade fairs in Germany, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) has initiated a grant program assuming up to 60% of the incurred costs for stand rent and assembly. The SENSOR+TEST exhibition is among the chosen, qualified fairs for the twelfth time. The funding is granted for participation at the Innovation Made in Germany community stand. Young enterprises located in Germany that present new developments in the field of sensor, measuring, or testing technology may participate. The start-ups should not be older than ten years, have over fifty employees, nor an annual turnover of more than ten million euros.
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