SPS IPC Drives 2013 Provides Extensive Market Overview

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SPS IPC Drives 2013 Provides Extensive Market Overview
SPS IPC Drives 2013 Provides Extensive Market Overview

About 1,500 national and international companies are expected atthis year's SPS IPC Drives from 26 - 28 November 2013in Nuremberg, Germany. Covering more than 100,000 m² theevent will offer visitors the most comprehensive overview of electricautomation ever.
Hall 11, which is located at the "Frankenhalle" entrance of theNuremberg exhibition ground, will be occupied for the first time, andwill focus on "software". There are two further changes regarding themain topics of the halls: with companies exhibiting software movingto hall 11, hall 7A will cover only sensors, while hall 7 is nowcompletely dedicated to control technology.
The "wireless in automation" joint stand offers companies anuncomplicated and yet effective way of exhibiting their products andservices alongside other companies. It will attract visitors, specificallyseeking information on wireless technologies in the field of electricautomation.
In order to offer exhibitors and visitors particularly favourable rateson their way to Nuremberg, the successful cooperation withLufthansa AG will be continued. Flights can be booked directly viathe link on the SPS IPC Drives homepage.

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