Sensor+Test 2012: Focus on “Electromobility”

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Sensor+Test 2012: Focus on “Electromobility”
Sensor+Test 2012: Focus on “Electromobility”

Today's spotlight is focused more on electric mobility than any other technology. The advances here are huge and - especially in the present phase - the contribution made by sensors, measuring, and testing systems towards the fast development of fully operational, successful, and reliable products is crucial. This is why the Exhibition Committee and the Executive Board of the AMA Association for Sensor Technology have decided to make "Electromobility" the focal topic at the Sensor+Test 2012.
The exhibitors at this year's Sensor+Test will present their latest developments for electric mobility. Moreover, they will do this not only at their own stands, but also as part of the action program in which the focal topic "Electromobility" will be dealt with in talks and demonstrations of electric-mobility equipment in operation.
This is also an opportunity for enterprises and institutes to participate economically at the "Special Forum Electromobility." Information on the low-cost all-inclusive exhibition package can be found on the Sensor+Test website at

Posted on February 21, 2012 - (230 views)
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