The future of automation and mechatronics at IFAM next year
The next edition of the international exhibition for automation, mechatronics, sensor technologies, measuring technologies and computer vision IFAM Slovenia will be held between the 11th and the 13th of February 2020 in Ljubljana.
“For 16 years already IFAM has been an excellent communication and information platform in the industry and offers the exhibitors the opportunity to present their range of activity to an audience of experts. IFAM has become the most important event dedicated to automation, mechatronics, sensor technology and measuring systems in Slovenia, Croatia and the CEE region and is continuously growing in significance”, the organizers claim.
IFAM, organized by the international event management company ICM, is currently the leading B2B fair, bringing together professionals in the listed fields from Slovenia and the CEE region.
The main product groups that will be covered by the exhibition are: actuators, industrial robots, instrumentation, production lines, sensors, testing systems, etc. The event will once again showcase the latest developments, trends, products and services in industrial automation.
The previous edition of the forum, which took place from February 13th to February 15th 2018, presented a total of 114 exhibitors from 11 countries and more than 3200 visitors from across the globe.
IFAM Slovenia is a B2B trade fair focused on the markets of Slovenia, Croatia, and the wider region. It provides a promotional platform for presenting novelties, products, technologies, solutions and services and establishing new business contacts. Apart from fostering existing business relations, the event allows improving brand awareness and strengthening the corporate image of the participating companies. The visitors of the popular B2B fair are professionals looking for practical solutions to the challenges they face every day in their work.
Attendants can be a part of a content rich accompanying program including lectures, presentations, live demonstrations, seminars, etc. Participants can also engage in active business networking. The B2B matchmaking process is assisted by a comprehensive web application, which allows users to set in advance appointments with their business partners in order to guarantee optimal communication and enable offering solutions that fit their customers’ needs. Among the promotion tools which the organizers provide, are a specialized newsletter and a web news platform, which allows companies to introduce the audience to their business, publish information on technical innovations and new products for free.
Exhibitor and visitor scope
The wide exhibitor portfolio will include manufacturers, importers, and distributors of products and technologies related to: Computer vision; Controlling; System testing; Drive technology; Sensor technology; Process automation; Automation; Logistics & labeling; Automation; Mechatronics; Positioning systems; Measurement technologies; Assembling and handling technologies; Production informatics; Power supply technology, safety technology; and so on.
The event target groups include: Technical directors and engineers from the end user industries; Production planners; Distributors and dealers; Research & Development; CEO’s; Educational institutions; Media & Trade Publications; Associations, societies, non-governal organizations; Quality assurance officers; Entrepreneurs; Developers and design engineers; Manufacturing and operation heads, etc. The expo will also welcome service providers, research and development centers and educational institutions.
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