When SENSOR+TEST starts again in
Nuremberg from June 11 to 13, 2024, there will be a very special highlight with the new "Calibration Area". Under the motto "Innovative Calibration", numerous exhibitors will present innovations for the calibration of sensors and measuring technology in a compact area. The focus will be on digital concepts and the challenges of calibration.
The topic of "calibration" is currently at the top of most companies' to-do lists. As the number of sensors and measuring points increases, the use of modern digital and automated calibration concepts is becoming a decisive competitive factor for the entire technical industry.
During SENSOR+TEST 2024, visitors will experience the fascinating world of calibration up close. At the "Calibration Area", exhibitors will present their latest and reliable applications and services. Everyone from calibration laboratories to renowned institutions will be represented.
But the "Calibration Area" is more than just an attractive joint stand or individual stands. In combination with an open Technology Forum, it is the ideal platform for the innovation dialog between manufacturers, calibration service providers and users.
In the morning, the Technology Forum offers an exciting program with best-practice lectures in which exhibitors present their proven applications. In the afternoon, visitors can expect top-class tutorials and special sessions in which they can learn more about the importance, strategies and the digital future of calibration. Hot topics: the International System of Units (SI), traceability and measurement uncertainty, proven calibration strategies in various fields, current developments and challenges in calibration - including digitally networked measurement systems, quantum-based and cognitive sensors and measurement systems. The international status of technological development and regulation will also be presented. A special highlight is the topic of "Digital Calibration Certificate".
Renowned institutions such as PTB, NIST, Fraunhofer, VDI/VDE-GMA, Leibniz-IPHT, BIPM, TU Darmstadt share their expertise with the visitors, who can thus benefit from an enormous expert know-how and make important contacts for their projects.
information on the SENSOR+TEST can be found at www.sensor-test.com.