New Edition of AMA Sensor Industry Directory Released

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The revised version of AMA Sensor Suppliers Directory gives users and other interested parties an overview of the 460 members of the association as well as an updated picture of the industry

New Edition of AMA Sensor Industry Directory Released
New Edition of AMA Sensor Industry Directory Released

The new edition of AMA Directory, completely revised and updated, has been recently published. The Association for Sensors and Measurement (AMA) concentrated in 128 pages detailed information on suppliers of sensors and measuring technology as well as on service providers for the most diverse areas of application. The AMA Directory for 2018/2019 can now be obtained free of charge from the AMA Association or be used online.

A booming industry

The sensor industry is booming and new technologies, such as the Industrial Internet and Industry 4.0 promise greater efficiency, performance, security, and quality. The key to all these aspects lies in networking and analysis of the machine, system, and process operating data. And this data is made available reliably, safely, and precisely from sensors and measuring systems. It assumes a key role in the digitalization of our future industries.

The AMA Association for Sensors and Measurement lists roughly 1,000 categories for products and services from its 460 members from industry and science. In the first section of the brochure, users will find a table of contents according measurement parameters. The middle section lists the AMA members in alphabetical order, and the last section comprises an index of headwords. The AMA Directory is a bilingual English and German publication.

“Our current Sensor Industry Directory gives users and other interested parties an overview of our 460 members’ products and services,” says Thomas Simmons, AMA’s general manager. “And the AMA Directory can of course also be used online. You just enter a search term or call up a parameter and get a list of all relevant AMA members.”

Posted on August 31, 2018 - (267 views)
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