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Hannover · Germany for Production Automation for Process Automation 11–15 April 2005 Leading Trade Fair Leading Trade Fair Factory Automation INTERKAMA+ One place to be. Automation without limits. Recommended by: www.interkama.com www.factory-automation-hannover.com Deutsche Messe AG Messegelände D-30521 Hannover Tel. +49-511/ 89-0 Printed in Germany 2/ 2005 Fax +49-511/ 89-3 26 26 email@example.com www.hannovermesse.com GB Innovative solutions for process and production automation. The HANNOVER FAIR is the world’s central marketplace for industrial automation. Now united under a single umbrella, “INTERKAMA+” and “Factory Automation” present an unrivalled line-up of advanced automation solutions for all sectors of industry. So come to Hannover and reap the benefits of this unique concentration of state-of-the-art technology: ■ 1,200 exhibitors from 30 countries will showcase all the latest components and systems for the optimization of production processes. ■ The side-by-side presence of INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation Factory Automation reflects the growing convergence of process automation and production automation. ■ The HANNOVER FAIR focuses on ready-to-run applications geared to every link in the corporate value chain. Topics and trends 4 –9 Special displays, forums, presentations 10 – 15 Interdisciplinary highlights 16 – 19 Schedule of events 20 – 26 Theme Days and Industry Days 27 Exhibitors 28 – 33 Internet and registration 34 – 35 Services for visitors 36 – 38 Map 39 www.interkama.com www.factory-automation-hannover.com 2 3 ■ Topics and trends The way ahead: net- worked communication. From innovative components to integrated solutions: the HANNOVER FAIR will be a magnet for all those who are interested in industrial automation and IT, field devices, control systems, as well as engineering, software and services. The HANNOVER FAIR is the ideal place to tune into the INTERKAMA+ at a glance: latest trends. For example, visitors can see how Ethernet technology is helping to revolutionize industrial com- Automation and IT solutions: munication. A further key trend is the remote monitor- Automation solutions ■ Business management, ing and maintenance of plant and machinery. WLAN, ERP, planning management, production planning UMTS and Bluetooth have an enormous future poten- and control ■ Logistics management, SCM / SCO ■ tial. Such wireless-based systems are the ideal solution Safety and risk management ■ E-business ■ for retrofitting existing installations. In applications Process optimization such as explosion prevention they pave the way to significant cost savings. Control systems: + INTERKAMA deals with all the key issues and is a Human machine interfaces ■ Industrial com- unique source of information about cross-industry and puters ■ Process control systems, open-loop vertical-market solutions – from stand-alone devices and closed-loop control systems ■ Information to fully integrated automation systems. management ■ Controls and stand-alone control- lers ■ Communication, monitoring, security and analyzer systems ■ Drive systems Field devices and components: Sensors and measuring devices ■ Weighing devices ■ Analyzers ■ Positioners ■ Quality assurance ■ Switchgear ■ Communication devices and components Engineering, maintenance, services: Integrated systems planning ■ Engineering and integration ■ Management services ■ Implemen- tation services www.interkama.com 4 5 ■ Topics and trends Optimum flexibility: innovative automation solutions. End-to-end automation is a decisive competitive factor in all sectors of industry. After all, intelligently designed manufacturing processes are a prerequisite for sustained long-term growth. Likewise there is a growing demand for sophisticated analysis and diagnosis systems for monitoring perfor- Factory Automation at a glance mance and productivity. Electrical engineering: Control technology ■ Particular interest is focused on integrated systems Measuring technology ■ Regulator technology ■ that continuously gather and process electrical and Industrial PCs ■ Networks / Industrial communica- mechanical data and hence allow companies to exploit tion ■ Wireless automation ■ Embedded systems ■ new opportunities for rationalization. Sensor systems ■ Actuator systems ■ Testing equip- Factory Automation is the no. 1 meeting place for ment ■ Magnets ■ Electric power transmission all industry professionals who are interested in flexible Mechanical engineering: Assembly ■ Handling ■ manufacturing solutions. Come to Hannover and see Robotics ■ Systems and components for auto- ground-breaking developments that are just around mated assembly and handling ■ Production equip- the corner. ment ■ Industrial image processing Special events relating to INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation: Automation live ■ Robotics Applications Center ■ Factory Automation Forum ■ INTERKAMA+ Forum ■ Wireless Automation ■ CoilTECH ■ AMA – Center for Sensor Technology, Measuring and Testing Technology ■ Forum “The Future of Automation” www.factory-automation-hannover.com 6 7 ■ Topics and trends Concentrated synergies. By visiting INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation you’ll not only gain a unique insight into the what’s available on the world market – you’ll also benefit from valuable synergy effects. The HANNOVER FAIR brings together eleven leading trade shows under a single um- brella. This is your chance to identify convincing solu- tions geared to virtually every industrial application. “Digital Factory” informs visitors about special soft- ware and IT products designed to optimize production processes. “MDA – Motion, Drive & Automation” presents modern power transmission and control systems that have the potential to boost your corporate competi- tiveness. “MicroTechnology” gives you a detailed insight into the world of microsystems and nanotechnology. The spotlight will be on practical applications in the areas of factory automation, communications, mobility, energy and the life sciences. “Energy” presents integrated solutions for trade, industry and the public sector. The spectrum ranges from energy and heat generation to innovative and cost-effective contracting models. www.interkama.com www.factory-automation-hannover.com 8 9 ■ Special displays, forums, presentations At a single venue: the entire world of industrial automation. INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation bring together an unrivalled array of products, systems and services for industrial applications. These exhibits are augmented by a highly informative supporting program designed to put your company on the fast track to success. Factory Automation Forum INTERKAMA+ Forum The latest automation trends showcased live. Centrally located in Hall 8, the INTERKAMA+ Forum Organized in association with Vogel Industrie Medien, will attract high-ranking speakers from all over the this informative forum takes place right next to globe. Simultaneous translation (German and English) “Automation live”. will be provided. www.interkama.com www.factory-automation-hannover.com Automation live New solutions for the automotive industry Innovative automation solutions are an absolute must in the automotive sector – and in industry as a whole. Staged in cooperation with Volkswagen AG, the special display “Automation live” presents the key planning and production steps in car manufacturing. It goes without saying that the robot applications on display here are also directly relevant to other sectors of industry. “Automation live” is your chance to get to grips with the key issues in software, assembly, handling, industrial robots and image processing. Hall 17 www.factory-automation-hannover.com 10 11 ■ Special displays, forums, presentations Robotics Applications Center New solutions for new sectors of industry Industrial robots are entering more and more fields of application – for example, the food industry, logistics, the packaging industry, and the pharmaceutical and chemical sectors. Realized in association with Homann Feinkost GmbH & Co. KG as well as leading robot manufacturers and software companies, the “Robotics Applications Center” will showcase the latest components and systems. Take this opportunity to find out where the industrial robot sector is headed. Hall 17 Wireless Automation The future of industrial communication Wireless technologies such as Bluetooth, WLAN and ZigBeeTM are rapidly becoming a credible additional resource alongside industrial communications. This group presentation (featuring big-name exhibitors such as Siemens and Vodafone) will also include a forum and a lounge area. The spotlight will be on state-of-the-art wireless solutions for remote control and monitoring – including solutions based on mobile phone technology. Hall 7 www.hannovermesse.com 12 13 ■ Special displays, forums, presentations CoilTECH Forum “The Future of Automation” Innovative components, production techniques and Subtitled “Automation technology for today and services are in high demand in the motor and trans- tomorrow”, this forum (organized by PROFIBUS and former manufacturing sectors. INTERBUS) will centre on Ethernet-based communi- cations concepts. CoilTECH – a new joint presentation at the HANNOVER FAIR – will focus on the entire value chain. Leading end users, manufacturers and mechanical / plant engineering specialists will come together to Hall 15 compare notes and swap information. AMA – Center for Sensor Technology, Measuring Hall 11, Stand C35 and Testing Systems The spotlight here will be on new measuring and testing solutions for wide-ranging applications – for example, process and machine automation, the automotive and medical sectors, energy generation and distribution, building automation, and safety / security. Hall 8, Stand F35 www.interkama.com www.factory-automation-hannover.com Competence Center Industrial building automation & clean production Thanks to the presence of INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation under a single umbrella, the HANNOVER FAIR ranks as the world’s leading showplace for process and production automation. This year we have taken the automation theme one step further with the establishment of the presentation “Industrial building automation & clean production”. Production automation and industrial building automa- tion are becoming ever more closely integrated. Now that more and more production operations are depend- ent on critical environmental parameters, there is a growing need for systems designed to work together. Hall 11 www.hannovermesse.com 14 15 ■ Interdisciplinary highlights Partner Country Russia A growth region in focus The Russian Federation will enrich this year’s HANNOVER FAIR with an extensive economic, political and cultural presentation. The Russian economy is on track for increased growth and prosperity. No other country in the world has such extensive natural resources at its disposal. The goal of the Russian presentation is to publicize the country’s economic and technical strengths. HANNOVER More than just a trade fair FAIR 2005 provides the ideal platform for reaching an international audience. The HANNOVER FAIR boasts numerous special displays that appeal to a broad audience from all sectors of Hall 13 industry. These events offer visitors an unrivalled source of business intelligence. www.hannovermesse.com Job & Career Market The future belongs to the next generation The Job & Career Market is a key source of career information for school leavers, new entrants to the workplace and working professionals. Participating firms, job centres, training organizations, temporary work agencies and higher education establishments provide essential information on: ■ Job offers ■ Study projects ■ Direct career entry ■ Dissertations GO FOR HIGH TECH – Careers in technology: ■ Work experience ■ Casual work placements living the dream Germany’s biggest convention for school leavers The Job & Career Market is accompanied by the intent on a career in industry showcases a wealth of Congress “Career meets Engineers”, where training and study opportunities. Housed in a modern experienced speakers will talk about the prospects pavilion next to Hall 11, this exciting presentation for career success. gives young people a real sense of the variety and Hall 2 creative fulfilment that a career in industry offers. www.career-market.de www.goforhightech.de 16 17■ Interdisciplinary highlights Global Business Forum Meeting point for international contacts The HANNOVER FAIR is the world market not only for industrial automation, but also for invaluable business contacts. The Global Business Forum provides practical assistance in developing new international business relationships. Whether you’re an exhibitor or a fair-goer – our online match-making facility puts you in touch with relevant Presentations by service companies, trade associations, companies and decision-makers ahead of the Fair. national delegations, chambers of industry and commerce Operated in association with b2fair and backed by and government agencies are all designed to help you the European Commission, this project identifies firms foster new contacts in your target markets. which are seeking business partners and gives you At the lecture forum you’ll benefit from the know-how access to new market opportunities abroad. More and practical knowledge of selected experts. They will information at www.hannovermesse.de/koop_e and be describing their own experiences and offering tips for www.b2fair.com setting up international joint ventures. Top of the list Hall 6 are lucrative markets such as Eastern Europe, Russia and China. www.gbf-online.de Industrial Trends Forum Take advantage of this event to talk to the people Top gathering for decision-makers who know – and keep your company abreast of all the latest developments. Make sure of your place Admission to the Industrial Trends Forum is free of charge to all HANNOVER FAIR ticket-holders – just leave your business card at the door. The full lecture program will be available online from mid-February at www.industrialtrendsforum.de. We recommend that you register up to 6 weeks The Industrial Trends Forum offers you a unique series ahead of the Fair in order to avoid queues and of practical contributions about the individual trade delays on the day: www.hannovermesse.com shows that make up the HANNOVER FAIR. Aimed All lectures will be given between 10.00 a. m. and at senior managers, project developers, departmental 5.00 p. m. each day, and will be simultaneously managers and controllers, the Forum provides a translated into German and English. platform for experts from exhibiting firms to talk about Convention Center, Ground Floor (CC, EG) strategies, technological trends, new product develop- ments and business investments. www.industrialtrendsforum.de 18 19 ■ Schedule of events The world’s biggest forum for the future. In a class of its own: with top international speakers from business, politics and science and an exclusive supporting program consisting of special events, workshops, forums, congresses and presentations with approx. 1,000 talks and lectures, the HANNOVER FAIR is once again the world’s biggest forum for industrial knowledge and business know-how. In other words, it is “One place to be”. Unless otherwise indicated, all events run for the full duration of the Fair. INTERKAMA+ INTERKAMA+ Forum The latest in global process automation: Top-flight international speakers will be giving talks on industrial communications, production excellence, field devices, components, engineering, maintenance and services. FACTORY AUTOMATION Automation live Suppliers demonstrate integrated automation solutions: In association with Volkswagen AG three key phases in modern car production –“Body assembly”, “Automatic cockpit installation” and “Paintshop systems”– will be demonstrated live on recreated sections of the actual VW production line. Factory Automation Forum The latest technologies from industry and research, showcased live: Organized in association with Vogel Industrie Medien, this informative forum takes place right next to “Automation live”. The Future of Automation Comparing notes with leading end users, manufacturers and specialists in mechanical and plant engineering: Under the motto “Automation technology for today and tomorrow” exhibiting firms will be presenting Ethernet-based communications concepts. Wireless Automation The future of industrial communication: The spotlight here will be on state-of-the-art wireless solutions for remote control and monitoring – including solutions based on mobile phone technology. Robotics Applications Systems houses and manufacturers demonstrate sophisticated automation solutions: Center Special presentation organized in conjunction with Homann Feinkost, featuring trends and solutions for the food-processing industry, logistics, packaging, pharmaceuticals and chemicals. Joint presentation See the latest developments in transformer and electric motor design: CoilTECH This presentation offers low-cost turnkey packages for manufacturers of coil winding equipment and systems, electrical components or testing and measuring equipment. AMA – Centre for Sensor Solutions for monitoring, measuring and testing in process and machine automation, automotive Technology, Measuring and and medical equipment production, energy generation and distribution, building automation and Testing Systems security technology. MDA – MOTION, DRIVE & AUTOMATION Mobile Application Park Advanced power transmission systems in action: In a series of live outdoor demonstrations visitors can watch agricultural and construction machinery and commercial vehicles being put through their paces, highlighting the latest trends in hydraulics, pneumatics and anti-friction bearings. Water hydraulics The leading names in water hydraulics present their latest solutions and systems: Hygienic and very environment-friendly, water offers many advantages as a fuel, including high power density, low energy consumption and compact plant dimensions. Condition Monitoring Experts demonstrate new possibilities in maintenance and remote diagnostics: Systems This presentation is all about the monitoring of systems and components, early fault detection and the limitation of any damage before it leads to costly production halts. Further information is available on the Internet at: www.hannovermesse.de /events 20 21 ■ Schedule of events MICRO TECHNOLOGY FORUM MicroTechnology Big things are happening in microtechnology: Presentation of products and trends in the high-tech world of miniaturized engineering. The themes explored here include micro drive systems, microfluidics with dosing technologies operating in the nanolitre range, micro-sensor systems and micro-production technologies. LaserTechnology State-of-the-art laser applications: Suppliers of laser systems, photonics and optical technologies present the latest fruits of laser research. The Technology and Subcontracting Forum provides a central communications platform. And the popular Technical Breakfast will once again attract visiting professionals and journalists in large numbers. Microproduction line Experts demonstrate new strategies for manufacturing and assembly: The engineering federation VDMA presents a microproduction line featuring combinations of conventional and miniaturized production techniques. Title: “Automation of a hard disk assembly”. Special display See them live – the latest innovations from microsystems technology: “Ultra-precision At this special display tooling and mould makers will be presenting practical examples to show manufacturing” how microproducts are manufactured using ultra-precision production methods. SchauPlatz NANO The central display platform for international nanotechnologies: Showcasing the latest developments in miniaturized engineering, cutting-edge companies present their solutions, applications and know-how in areas as diverse as the life sciences, industrial tooling and sensor systems, optics and electronics, materials and surface finishes. RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY tech transfer – The premier platform for worldwide technology transfer: Development engineers come here in Gateway2Innovation search of commercial partners to help them turn their product ideas into reality. All the information visitors and exhibitors need is here – from financing to patent broking. Bionics – Nature’s own Discover the opportunities and potential of bionics: engineering office Universities are leading the way in the study of biological mechanisms and their ecological and economic advantages in industrial applications. Human-machine Selected exhibits document the work of industrial and academic research teams: interaction Featuring some of the latest applications from industry, this presentation examines the whole subject of interaction and communication between man and machine. Feature display Key players demonstrate cutting-edge technologies: SuperConductingCity This new feature display answers all the questions about supraconductors and cryogenics – and gives a broad overview of their industry-wide potential, including many uses in energy and communications technology. Night of Innovations1) Business and science rub shoulders after hours: The exhibition hall housing Research & Technology 11. 4. (Hall 2) will remain open after 6.00 p. m. as a marketplace for researchers and end users to get together informally and talk about ideas and innovations. A special program of events has been devised for their enjoyment. ENERGY Hydrogen + Fuel Cells The world’s biggest exhibition of hydrogen and fuel cell technology: 90 exhibitors from 16 countries will be presenting their technologies, products and services. A lively forum program staged at the joint display offers an additional source of information for visitors to the show. International Conference: International decision-makers and key personnel share their knowledge: Hydrogen + Fuel Cells on their The Conference gives an overview of global activities under the heading “Hydrogen and fuel cells way to commercialization1), 2) on their way to commercialization”. 12. 4. Further information is available on the Internet at: www.hannovermesse.de /events 1) Registration required, 2) Admission charge 22 23 ■ Schedule of events ENERGY ZVEI Contracting Forum Insiders offer branch-specific solutions for industry, commerce and local government: The Contracting Forum presents the latest trends and developments in the energy industry – from contracting and energy supply to planning and implementation. SURFACE TECHNOLOGY plus Powder Coating Europe Praxispark – Skills Centre Top visitor attraction for industry: Some 30 firms will be presenting innovations in coating, for Surface Treatment process engineering and plant design. The focal point of the display is the automatic coating line, Technology which demonstrates various industrial painting techniques in action. ICC International European congress for professional paint users: Internationally renowned experts will speak on Coaters’ Congress1), 2) current issues in surface finishing, pioneering application techniques and the opportunities that new 13. 4. /14. 4. technologies bring. The high point of the Congress will be the presentation of the “Best Practice Awards”. ICC International Experts choose winners of “Best Practice Awards”: The winning solutions from the Coaters’ Congress Coaters’ Showcase will be on display in the form of painted or coated exhibits, which can be inspected at leisure in the area known as the Coaters’ Showcase. SUBCONTRACTING Automotive Materials Learning the lessons of lightweight construction in the automotive industry: Forum What’s what in industrial assembly cycles, product design and development, recycling, quality assurance and materials processing facilities. BME Buyers’ Forum The information platform for purchasing and logistics: The BME Forum offers professionals in purchasing and logistics the opportunity to find out about the latest trends, innovations and process solutions throughout the supply chain.Supporting program – Special events Supporting program – Special events Global Business Forum The No.1 meeting place for international business contacts: The central focus of this event, orga- and matchmaking platform nized by the European Commission, is the identification of companies interested in business cooperation. Selected experts will be giving their tips for the successful development of international joint ventures. Partner Country Russia The inside story on one of the world’s largest growth regions: As the official Partner Country for HANNOVER FAIR 2005, the Russian Federation profiles its achievements in a series of economic, political and cultural presentations. German-Russian Economic summit: Together with Federal Chancellor Schröder, Russia’s President Putin, accompanied by Business Forum1), 2) a high-ranking delegation led by Klaus Mangold, Chairman of the East European Committee of German 11. 4. Industry, will formally open the German-Russian Business Forum. 2 nd LOWER SAXONY FOREIGN Russia and its regions: Lower Saxony offers the Governors of selected Russian regions a platform TRADE CONFERENCE 1) on which to profile themselves and the economic potential of their regions before an international visiting 12. 4. public. There will also be a panel discussion with international participants, including Lower Saxony’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Walter Hirche, on strategies for strengthening German-Russian relations. International 12. 4. – Turkey: EU partner Turkey / Libya: Doing business with Libya / Serbia: Focus on business with Serbia / Business Days1) 13. 4. – Iraq: Doing business with Iraq / Rumania: Rumania – a dependable partner for business cooperation and investment / Tunisia: Doing business on familiar ground. European Engineers´ First innovations conference for engineers: Forum1), 2) Senior businessmen, scientists and politicians will debate “The future of Europe as an economic 11. 4. powerhouse”. The conference features an extensive program of events and themed lectures. Further information is available on the Internet at: www.hannovermesse.de /events 1) Registration required, 2) Admission charge 24 25 ■ Schedule of events Supporting program – Special events VDMA / VDI-nachrichten Graduate engineers and curriculum reform: Too important to get it wrong! panel discussion1) On the basis of a study that reviews the content of engineering courses from an industry perspective, 11. 4. VDMA and VDI-nachrichten debate the future of engineering training with experts from industry, government and higher education. Career development and training Future in Motion1) Opportunities for career entrants: Aimed primarily at students and junior engineers, this special presen- tation offers personal career advice from professional consultants, business talks with members of staff from leading companies, plus seminars on all aspects of career entry and the acquisition of “soft skills”. Job & Career Market The career ladder for the job market: With facilities such as the Talent Lounge, personal consultations, the Job Wall & Online Job Center and the Recruiting Center, the Job & Career Market offers school leavers, career entrants and established professionals alike a unique and wide-ranging program of events on all aspects of career development. GO FOR HIGH TECH Germany’s biggest initiative for school leavers: With the official support of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research, GO FOR HIGH TECH shows what modern industry has to offer, with the focus on apprenticeship opportunities, study courses, qualifications and “soft skills”. WomenPower 2005 1), 2) The new future for career women: WomenPower addresses the key issues of equality of opportunity 15. 4. for women, with a program of lecture presentations, panel discussions and round-table workshops that offers fascinating insights into the opportunities, achievements, potential and networks for women in business and science. 1) Registration required, 2) Admission charge Theme Days and Industry Days (selected examples) Knowledge transfer and community building for your business Special presentations, forums, conferences, exhibitor ■ 14. 4. Food and Semi-Luxury Goods events: For the first time the HANNOVER FAIR is ■ 15. 4. Electrical Engineering / Electronics featuring an extensive range of offerings in 2005 aimed ■ 15. 4. Career Development and Training at specific target groups and industries. These events are condensed into one or two days A useful tip: As from the end of February the events at most, leaving you more time at the show for all the and highlights that interest you can be selected and other things you want to see. managed by theme and/or industry sector by going to www.hannovermesse.de /search. You can also The highlighted themes and industries are listed below, find regular updates on any new additions to the together with the relevant dates: program for the Theme Days and Industry Days at ■ 11. 4. Mechanical and Plant Engineering www.hannovermesse.de / events ■ 11. 4. European Engineers’ Forum ■ 12. 4. Automotive and Component Supply Industry ■ 13. 4. Chemical Industry Further information is available on the Internet at : ■ 13. 4. Buyers’ Day www.hannovermesse.de /events 26 27 ■ Exhibitors at INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation A AAEON Technology (TW) • AAT ASTON (DE) • ABB (DE) • ABB Automation Products (DE) • Accuracy Instruments (TW) • ACD Systemtechnik (DE) • ACE Stoßdämpfer (DE) • ACME PORTABLE (TW) • ACTEMIUM (Starren) (NL) • Adda (TW) • ADG Automatisierung (DE) • ADLINK Technology (TW) • ADZ Nagano (DE) • Afriso-Euro-Index (DE) • AHLBORN Mess- und Regelungstec (DE) • AKTIV SENSOR (DE) • Aktiv-Kabel (DE) • Alcatel SEL Components Divisio (DE) • ALPHA (DE) • ALSTOM (DE) • ALTENBRAND Datentechnik (DE) • Altera (DE) • Altmann (DE) • Altratec Montagesysteme (DE) • ALTUS (BR) • ALWAYSE Engineering (GB) • AMA Fachverband für Sensorik (DE) • AMA Sensorik Zentrum (DE) • AMETEK Techn. & Ind. Products (US) • AMISaC (FR) • AMK Arnold Müller (DE) • Amprobe Europe (DE) • Andron (DE) • Animatics (US) • ANLY Electronics (TW) • Anwenderzentrum Robotik (DE) • Apex Precision Technology (TW) • Aplisens (PL) • AS-International (DE) • ASM Automation Sensorik (DE) • ASO (DE) • ASTECH angew. Sensortechnik (DE) • Astro-Med (DE) • ATAS elektromotory Nachod (CZ) • ATIO SYSTEM (TW) • ATLANTA Antriebssysteme (DE) • ATM (HK) • ATOP Technologies (TW) • ATR Industrie-Elektronik (DE) • Atron (KR) • AUCOTEAM (DE) • Auer, J. (AT) • AUTEAM Industrie- Elektronik (DE) • AUTEC (IT) • AUTEC Sondermaschinenbau (DE) • Automata (DE) • Automation live (DE) • automation Uhr (DE) • Automationssysteme Leske (DE) • Autonics (KR) • Autorotor (IT) • Axiomtek Deutschland (DE) B B & R Industrie-Elektronik (DE) • B.A. Metals (KR) • Badger Meter Europa (DE) • BAHR Lineartechnik (DE) • BAHR Modultechnik (DE) • Bakker Magnetics (NL) • BALDOR ASR (DE) • Balluff (DE) • BANDO CRANES (KR) • Banner (BE) • Bansbach easylift (DE) • Barco Control Rooms (DE) • BARTEC (DE) • BARTEC BENKE (DE) • BA-Tech (DE) • Baumer Electric (DE) • Baumer Ident (DE) • Baumer Optronic (DE) • Baumüller Nürnberg (DE) • Baumüller Nürnberg (DE) • BAUSER Zähl- und Steuertechnik (DE) • Bayer Technology Services (DE) • BCT Steuerungs- und (DE) • BD SENSORS (DE) • BEAMEX (FI) • Beamex (DE) • BECK IPC (DE) • BECKHOFF Industrie Elektronik (DE) • Beijing Huakong Technology (CN) • BEKA Associates (GB) • Benxi Yuntong Precision (CN) • BERGHOF Automationstechnik (DE) • BERNT Messtechnik (DE) • Beuth Verlag (DE) • BEZET-WERK (DE) • Bihl + Wiedemann (DE) • BINDER BAUELEMENTE (DE) • Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (GB) • BITO-Lagertechnik Bittmann (DE) • Bluhm Systeme (DE) • BMb-Maschinen (DE) • bogengang (DE) • BOMATEC (CH) • Bondhus Corporation (US) • Bopla Gehäusesysteme (DE) • Bopp & Reuther Messtechnik (DE) • Bosch Rexroth (DE) • Bott, Wilhelm (DE) • b-Quadrat Verlag (DE) • Brainchild Electronic (TW) • Brandmaier Mesen, Steuern, Sof (DE) • Bronkhorst High-Tech (NL) • Brüel & Kjaer Vibro (DE) • Brunthaler Industrielle, Dr. (DE) • Bühler Motor (DE) • Bulgarisches Wirtschaftsblatt (BG) • Bürkert Fluid Control Systems (DE) • Busser Technologie (DE) C cab-Produkttechnik (DE) • CAMSCO ELECTRIC (TW) • carat robotic innovation (DE) • Carl Sigerist (CH) • Carl Walter Schraubwerkzeug (DE) • cbb software (DE) • CDC Pneumatics (KR) • CEAG Apparatebau Hundsbach (DE) • Ceres Vision (DE) • Chambrelan (FR) • CHANG SHUAN ELECTRONICS (TW) • China National Machinery & (CN) • CIM-Team (DE) • Citect (NL) • Cleode (FR) • Code Wrights (DE) • Coester Automaco (BR) • Comeco (BG) • COMMEX (IT) • ConCab Kabel (DE) • Connect Tech (CA) • Connectblue (SE) • CONTA-CLIP (DE) • CONTACT (DE) • CONTACT-Auszeichnungssysteme (DE) • Contemporary Controls, D (DE) • Contemporary Controls, GB (GB) • CONTRINEX (CH) • CONVEX (KR) • COPA-DATA (DE) • COPALP (FR) • Coronis Systems (FR) • Cosys Barcode Vertrieb (DE) • COT Computer OEM Trading (DE) • CP System (KR) • Crack-IT (DE) • CRCI Nord Pas de Calais (FR) • CS Logistix (DE) • Czaki Thermo-Product (PL) D D.G. Controls (GB) • D.K.C. (KR) • Dae Yeong Metal (KR) • Daeshin (KR) • Daeyang Rollent (KR) • Damalini (SE) • Danaher Motion (DE) • Dandong Top Electronics (CN) • Danfoss (DE) • Danfoss Industrieautomatik (DE) • DATALOGIC (DE) • DATASENSOR (IT) • Datoyo Machinery Manufacture (CN) • Delphin Technology (DE) • Delta Electronics (TW) • DELTA OHM (IT) • Delu Luftkissen (DE) • Deutschmann Automation (DE) • DIAS Infrared (DE) • Digi International (DE) • Digitec Engineering (DE) • DIGITRONIC Automationsanalagen (DE) • DIN Dt. Institut für Normung (DE) • DISIBEINT ELECTRONIC (ES) • DK OTOMASYON (TR) • DKE Deutsche Kommission (DE) • DLR Institut für Robotik (DE) • DMT Druckmesstechnik (DE) • DOMEL Elektromotorji (SI) • DONG BO CHAIN IND. (KR) • Dostmann Electronic (DE) • dpm Identsysteme (DE) • Dr. Brockhaus Messtechnik (DE) • Dr. Erich TRETTER (DE) • Dr.-Ing. Paul CHRISTIANI (DE) • 3S-Smart Software Solutions (DE) • Dräger Safety (DE) • Dreckshage, A. (DE) • dresden elektronik (DE) • Dresser Europe (DE) • ds automation (DE) • DS Keyboard Technic (DE) • DSM Messtechnik (DE) • DUALIS IT Solution (DE) • DUON SYSTEM (KR) • DUX-Schaltgeräte (DE) • DVT (US) E EAAT (DE) • EBERT Kettenspanntechnik (DE) • ebm-papst Landshut (DE) • ebm-papst Mulfingen (DE) • ebm-papst St. Georgen (DE) • ECKELMANN (DE) • ecom instruments (DE) • ecom WEBfactory (DE) • Economic Development Board (US) • EDAG (DE) • E-Drive System (CN) • EES-Elektra-Elektronik (DE) • EGE – Elektronik (DE) • Eilersen Electric (DK) • Eisenmann (DE) • EKD GELENKROHR (DE) • ELABO (DE) • Elan Schaltelemente (DE) • ELDAT (DE) • ELDIN (RU) • Electroprecizia (RO) • Elektro Beckhoff (DE) • ELESA (IT) • ELHIM ISKRA (BG) • ELPRO TECHNO- LOGIES (AU) • Elprom Harmanli (BG) • ELTRA (IT) • Emerson (DE) • EMKO ELEKTRONIK (TR) • e-motion (DE) • Empire Level (US) • encoway (DE) • Endress + Hauser (CH) • Endress + Hauser (DE) • Endress + Hauser Infoserve (DE) • Enfield Technologies (US) • Engberts & Schäfer (DE) • ENGEL Elektroantriebe (DE) • Engelhardt, Dipl.-Ing. (DE) • Enidine (DE) • EnOcean (DE) • Envidatec (DE) • EPHY-MESS (DE) • EPIS Microcomputer (DE) • erfi Ernst Fischer (DE) • ERHARDT + LEIMER (DE) • Ernst Berger & Söhne (DE) • ERSA (DE) • esd electronic system design (DE) • ESIT Electronic (TR) • E-T-A (DE) • EtherCat Technology Group (DE) • ETHERNET Powerlink (CH) • ETISYS Etikettierlösungen (DE) • EUCHNER (DE) • Eurocircuits (BE) • europascal (DE) • European Medical Devices (US) • European Safety System (GB) • EVEREST VIT (DE) • Extec (DE) • eyevis (DE) F Fafnir (DE) • Farger & Joosten Maschinenbau (DE) • FARO Europe (DE) • Fatek (TW) • Faulhaber, Dr. Fritz (DE) • FDT Joint Interest Group (CH) • FEAS (DE) • FELO-Werkzeugfabrik (DE) • FERCHAU Engineering (DE) • Fernsteuergeräte Oelsch (DE) • Festo (DE) • Festo Didactic (DE) • FHF Funke + Huster Fernsig (DE) • FIAMA (IT) • Fiessler Elektronik (DE) • Fine Automation (TW) • Finetek (TW) • Finze & Wagner (DE) • FIPA (DE) • Firmenkurzname (Land) • Flintec (DE) • FLIR Systems (DE) • Fluid Metering (US) • FM Approvals (US) • FMN communications (DE) • FOBA (DE) • For the updated list of exhibitors go to: www.hannovermesse.com 28 29 ■ Exhibitors at INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation Fobeal Alu-Schild (DE) • Fondation Fieldbus (DE) • Forum Factory Automation (DE) • Fourier Systems (IL) • FRABA POSITAL (DE) • Fuchs Pack (DE) • Full Gauge Eletro Controles (BR) • Fulling & Ceiec (CN) G G. Bachmann Electronic (AT) • Galltec Mess- und Regeltechnik (DE) • Gärtner systemtechnik (DE) • Gatek Gesellschaft für Automat (DE) • GeCma Components (DE) • Gefeg-Neckar Antriebssysteme (DE) • GEMAC Gesell- schaft für Mikro- (DE) • GEMÜ Gebr. Müller Apparatebau (DE) • Georg Schlegel (DE) • Geovap (CZ) • GEPPERT-BAND (DE) • GETT Geräte- technik (DE) • GIMATIC (IT) • Gleichrichterwerk Großräschen (DE) • Global C (DE) • GLT Gesellschaft für Löttech. (DE) • GNDC (TW) • Görlich Meß- und Regeltechnik (DE) • Goudsmit Magnetic Supplies (NL) • GRAF-SYTECO (DE) • Grießbach, Richard (DE) • Güdel (CH) • Güdel (DE) H halstrup-walcher (DE) • Hänel (DE) • Hannover Fairs China (CN) • HANNOVER FAIRS DO BRASIL (BR) • Hannover Fairs USA (US) • Hannover Pacific Corporation (TW) • hannoverimpuls (DE) • Hart Communication Foundation (US) • HARTING Deutschland (DE) • Haupt (DE) • HBC-radiomatic (DE) • HE Hybrid-Electronic (DE) • HEIDENHAIN, Dr. Johannes (DE) • Heinrich Kipp Werk (DE) • HEINZ MESSWIDERST. (DE) • Heinz Nixdorf Institute (DE) • Heinz Soyer (DE) • HEITRONICS Infrarot Messtechni (DE) • Helmke Orbis (DE) • Helmke, J. (DE) • Hengdian Group Linix Motor (CN) • Henjes Metall- und Anlagenbau (DE) • HENKEL + ROTH (DE) • Henrich Publikationen (DE) • Hermann Zander (DE) • HETRONIC Steuersysteme (DE) • HFC Human-Factors-Consult (DE) • Hilscher (DE) • HIMA Paul Hildebrandt (DE) • HIQUEL (AT) • Hirschmann Electronics (DE) • Hitech (TW) • HIWIN (DE) • Hiwin Technologies (TW) • HMS Industrial Networks (DE) • HMS INDUSTRIAL NETWORKS (SE) • Hohner Elektrotechnik (DE) • Honeywell (DE) • Honsberg (DE) • Hoppenstedt Bonnier (DE) • Hoppenstedt Bonnier Zeitschrift (DE) • HÖRTIG rohrpost (DE) • Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik (DE) • Huba Control (DE) • HÜBNER ELEKTROMASCHINEN (DE) • HUMMEL Elektrotechnik (DE) • Hüthig (DE) • Hwang Hae Electric (KR) • HWK Hannover Projekt- u. Servi (DE) • HYTORC-S (DE) I I.S.G.E.V (IT) • IAONA (DE) • IBH softec (DE) • IEP Ingenieurbüro für Echtzeitprogrammierung (DE) • ies Industrie-Elektronik Schmi (DE) • IFAK Institut für Automation (DE) • ifm electronic (DE) • IGA Ingenieurgesellschaft für (DE) • IGUS (DE) • IHK Erfurt (DE) • IMET (IT) • IMOS Gubela (DE) • Impac Infrared (DE) • IMS Intelligent Motion Sytems (DE) • INCOMS TOKOIZPRAVITELI (BG) • indEAS Eingabe- und Antriebs. (DE) • Indukey Keyboard Production (DE) • Indunorm Bewegungstechnik (DE) • Indu-Sol (DE) • Industrie- Partner (DE) • Industrie- und Handelskammer Cottbus (DE) • Industrie- und Handelskammer Dresden (DE) • Industrie- und Handelskammer Erfurt (DE) • INELTA Sensorsysteme (DE) • INFRA (IT) • InfraServ Knapsack (DE) • InfraTec (DE) • Ingenieurbetrieb Kunze (DE) • INOR TRANSMITTER (DE) • INOSOFT (DE) • INSYS MICROELECTRONICS (DE) • INTERBUS Club Deutschland (DE) • Interessengemeinschaft SERCOS (DE) • INTERGRAPH (DEUTSCHLAND) (DE) • Interin (DE) • INTERKING Enterprise (TW) • Intertec-Hess (DE) • Invensys (DE) • IPC2U (DE) • ipf electronic (DE) • ipg (CH) • IRISYS (GB) • isel automation (DE) • ISS Industrie-Service Sondersh (DE) • item Industrietechnik (DE) • ITH (DE) • IVO (DE) J J & D Jiuh Dong (TW) • J. Walter (DE) • JAY ELECTRONIQUE (FR) • Jeil MTech (KR) • Jetter (DE) • Jiangsu Weiteli Motor Making (CN) • Jiangxi Grand Tech Motor (CN) • Jisan Airtech (KR) • Joachim Uhing (DE) • JOKARI-Krampe (DE) • JS Automation (TW) • JUMO (DE) • Jürgen Dittrich Elektronic (DE) K K. A. Schmersal (DE) • Kabelschlepp (DE) • KAG Kählig Antriebstechnik (DE) • Kalinsky Sensor Elektronik (DE) • Kardex Organisationssysteme (DE) • Karl Storz (DE) • Kawasaki Robotics (DE) • KEBA (AT) • Keller druckmes- stechnik (DE) • KELLER HCW (DE) • KEM Küppers Elektromechanik (DE) • KERN Technik (DE) • KFG Level (CH) • KHS Maschinen- und Anlagenbau (DE) • Kipp & Zonen (NL) • Kistler Instrumente (DE) • KKK (IT) • KLASING KABEL (DE) • KOBOLD Messring (DE) • Komax (DE) • KoMoCon (KR) • Konradin Verlag (DE) • Konstrukta – Industry (SK) • Kontron (DE) • Korea Association of Machinery (KR) • Korea Pneumatic System (KR) • Körner- Electronic (DE) • Krohne Messtechnik (DE) • KSR-KUEBLER Niveau-Messtechnik (DE) • Kübler, Fritz (DE) • Kuhnke (DE) • Kuhse, Alfred (DE) • KWANG SHIN AIRR TECH (KR) • KW-Software (DE) L Lachmann & Rink (DE) • LANCOM Systems (DE) • LAND Instruments (DE) • Lang und Peitler Automation (DE) • LAPP KABEL U.I. LAPP (DE) • Lapp Muller (FR) • LAPP SYSTEMS (DE) • LARM (CZ) • Lase (DE) • Leitenberger (DE) • Lenze (DE) • LEONI Special Cables (DE) • lesswire (DE) • Leuze electronic (DE) • Leuze elesta (CH) • Leuze lumiflex (DE) • LIKA electronic (IT) • Limatherm (PL) • Lin Tec Center (DE) • Lineartechnik Korb (DE) • LinTech (DE) • LITHUANIAN CONFEDERATION (LT) • Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT) • Lithuanian Investment Agency (LT) • LNME (CN) • LON Nutzer Organisation (DE) • Louis Wachenhausen (DE) • LS Luftkissen Systeme (DE) • LTW TECHNOLOGY (TW) • Lumberg Automation Components (DE) • Lust Antriebstechnik (DE) • Lütze, Friedrich (DE) M M + W Instruments (DE) • M&M Software (DE) • M.C.C. (FR) • M.E.S.S. Meccanica Elettro (IT) • M2I Corporation (KR) • Maccon (DE) • MAGNETIC (IT) • MAGNET- SCHULTZ (DE) • MAIER, ANDREAS (DE) • Manufacturers Agents National (US) • Mattke (DE) • Maurer Magnetic (CH) • MAX (DE) • Mayser (DE) • MayTec (DE) • mbu Maschinenbau Ummern (DE) • MDSI (DE) • MegAsic Silicon (DE) • MEGATRON Elektronik (DE) • Meister Strömungstechnik (DE) • Mela Sensortechnik (DE) • ME-Meßsysteme (DE) • Mensch & Technik (DE) • Meriam (US) • Mesco Engineering (DE) • Metronex Deutschland (DE) • Mewes & Partner (DE) • Meyer-Industrie-Electronic (DE) • MICHELL INSTRUMENTS (DE) • MICRO-EPSILON MESSTECHNIK (DE) • Micromod Automation (US) • Micro-NX (KR) • microsonic Gesellschaft für (DE) • MiniTec (DE) • Mitex Handels- und Prod. (DE) • Mitsubishi Electric Europe (DE) • MMT (FR) • Modbus – IDA (US) • Moeller (DE) • MONETTE Kabel- u. Elektrowerk (DE) • MONTECH (CH) • Morko (KR) • MOTORSAN Elektrik (TR) • Moxa Technologies (TW) • mPm (IT) • ms Neumann Elektronik (DE) • MSC TUTTLINGEN (DE) • MSC Vertriebs GmbH (DE) • mtl (DE) • MTS Sensor Technologie (DE) • Müller Industrie-Elektronik (DE) • Multi-Contact Deutschland (DE) • Multiprocessor Systems (BG) • Murrelektronik (DE) • MVTec Software (DE) • mytron Bio- und Solartechnik (DE) N Nass Magnet (DE) • Nathe + Reusche (DE) • NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS (DE) • NCTEngineering (DE) • Netzwerk „Intralogistik“ (DE) • Neugart (DE) • Neuhaus, Dr. Telekommunikation (DE) • NIPPON THOMPSON EUROPE (DE) • noax Technologies (DE) • Nordrhein-Westfalen Ministeriu (DE) • NORTHROP GRUMMAN (DE) • NOVACOM (FR) • For the updated list of exhibitors go to: www.hannovermesse.com 30 31 ■ Exhibitors at INTERKAMA+ and Factory Automation NOVUS Produtos Eletronicos (BR) • NSI (BE) • NUOVA FIMA (IT) • NXN Technology (TW) O OCS Overhead Conveyor Systems (SE) • Oechsler (DE) • OGP Messtechnik (DE) • Ohio, State of (US) • OKO-tech (DE) • Oldenbourg Verlag (DE) • OMRON ELECTRONICS (DE) • on/off engineering (DE) • OPC Foundation (DE) • Open DeviceNet Vendor (US) • Opkon Optik Elektronik (TR) • Optris (DE) • OSI Software (DE) • Östling Markiersysteme (DE) • OTC Daihen (DE) • Otto Ganter (DE) • OWL Maschinenbau (DE) P Paletti Profilsysteme (DE) • Pantron Instruments (DE) • PATLITE (JP) • PEC Products (BE) • PELI PRODUCTS (ES) • PennEngineering Motion Techno. (GB) • Penny + Giles (DE) • Pepperl + Fuchs (DE) • Pericom (DE) • Perle Systems (DE) • PHILMEN INTERFIT (KR) • Phoenix Contact (DE) • Physikalisch-Techn.Bundesanst. (DE) • Phytron-Elektronik (DE) • PiL Sensoren (DE) • Pilz GmbH & Co. KG (DE) • PIXSYS (IT) • PLCopen (NL) • PLEVA (DE) • PMA Prozeß- und Maschinen- (DE) • Pohl (DE) • PR electronics (DK) • Precision (HU) • Precision Motion Industries (TW) • PREFAG Carl Rivoir (DE) • Probis (DE) • Proconect (FR) • Pro-face Deutschland (DE) • PROFIBUS Nutzerorganisation (DE) • profichip (DE) • Profilscope Schienen und Profi (DE) • Profimatics (DE) • ProMinent Dosiertechnik (DE) • ProSoft Technology (FR) • Proxitron (DE) • publish-industry Verlag (DE) • Pulsar Process Measurement (GB) • Pulsotronic (DE) R R & S Machinery Equipment (HK) • R. STAHL HMI Systems (DE) • R. STAHL Schaltgeräte (DE) • Rabe Lasertechnik (DE) • Rafi (DE) • Rapid Torc (BE) • Raytek (DE) • REER (IT) • REO ELEKTRONIK (DE) • RHYMEBUS (TW) • riese electronic (DE) • Rittal (DE) • RM Michaelides Software (DE) • Robert Bosch (DE) • Robot-tec (DE) • Rockwell Automation (DE) • Rockwell Automation, B (BE) • Rockwell Automation, USA (US) • ROLLON Lineartechnik (DE) • Römheld (DE) • Rössel-Messtechnik (DE) • roTeg (DE) • RÜEGER (CH) • RWR (DE) S S & H (IT) • S & J (TW) • SAC (DE) • SafetyBUS p Club International (DE) • SAKAE Tsushin Kogyo (JP) • Sakai International Business (JP) • Samick Precision Ind. (KR) • SANGEL Systemtechnik (DE) • SANKYO Oilless Industry (DE) • Sanyo Denki Europe (FR) • Sartorius (DE) • Satel (FI) • SATEL Deutschland (DE) • Scaglia Indeva (DE) • SCAIME (FR) • Schäfer (DE) • Schäfer Werkzeug (DE) • Schauf, Dieter (DE) • Schindler Handhabetechnik (DE) • SCHLEICHER Electronic (DE) • SCHLEIFRING und APPARATEBAU (DE) • Schmalz, J. 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