Trade fair

Upswing continues

Upswing continues

After a successful SPS Italia in Parma, which was able to achieve an extremely positive result with 36,522 visitors and 802 exhibitors from May 24 - 26, SPS in Nuremberg also recorded a high demand for participation in this year's trade fair for automation. SPS 2022 will be held in Nuremberg from Nov. 08-10.

"In the many discussions with very satisfied exhibitors and visitors at this year's SPS Italia, we received very clear confirmation of how important it is to offer a platform for the community with the trade fair, where all important stakeholders in the industry come together to discuss the latest products and solutions in automation in a personal exchange," emphasizes Sylke Schulz-Metzner, Vice President SPS.

In Germany, too, after almost three years without SPS as a focused trade fair, there is great anticipation for the reunion and almost all well-known exhibitors have already registered for the trade fair in the fall. Among others, Siemens, Phoenix Contact, Beckhoff, B&R, Endress+Hauser, Hans Turck, Wago, OPC Foundation, Keba, Codesys, Bosch Rexroth, Baumüller, Pilz, Profibus user organization and Eplan, to name just a few names.

Trend topics of SPS 2022

Steffen Winkler, CSO of Business Unit Automation at Bosch Rexroth, is also looking forward to this clear focus of SPS and the expert exchange: "The format of SPS is absolutely unique. For us, it is the most important trade fair for automation technology worldwide. The who's who of the industry is represented there."

For all those who want to get even more in-depth information on current automation topics, this year SPS offers the following key topics:

  • Electric Drive Technology / Motion Control
  • Mechanical Infrastructure
  • Sensor technology
  • Control technology
  • Software and IT in manufacturing
  • Interface technology
  • Operating and monitoring 
  • Industrial communication
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