Power-Gen Asia, 10 – 12 September 2015 Kuala Lumpur.
Power-Gen Asia, co-located with Renewable Energy World Asia, is the leading force in delivering a platform for the power industry to meet, share information on the challenges facing the power industry and discuss solutions for advancing Asia’s energy future, and will return to Malaysia for the first time since 2011. Attracting over 7,800 delegates and attendees from over 70 countries across South East Asia and around the world, it is the industry’s premier conference and exhibition dedicated to the power generation, renewable and alternative energy industries.
The 13th International Maritime Exhibition and Conferences of Russia takes place between 22 - 25 September 2015 in St Petersburg.
Since 1991, the NEVA programmes have continuously supported the accelerating expansion of Russia’s commercial maritime industries, promoting their development opportunities, products, services, designers and manufacturers, and their cooperation with worldwide shipping and trade. NEVA is proudly supported by decree from the Russian Federation as the premier marine B2B event in Russia, continuing to strengthen ties between the Russian National Shipbuilders and International companies.
NEVA 2015 moves to the newly built Expoforum site near Pulkovo Airport to accommodate increasing demand while offering massive opportunity for international participants to benefit from this rapidly growing commercial maritime B2B platform.
Electronica India, September 9-11, is India and South-Asia’s leading fair for electronic components, systems and applications. One important pillar to the trade fair is the communication platform for the electronics industry. Each year international decision-makers get together to discuss the latest topics on the market.
Alternating between Delhi and Bangalore, Electronica India takes place at the same time as Productronica India.
Euromold 2015 takes place September 22-25 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
For more than 20 years, Euromold has been a leading trade fair in product development. Product managers, developers, executives and anybody seeking to launch new products or innovative solutions within the broad range "from idea to series production" will find an ideal space for the direct exchange with experts and professionals from around the globe.
One of Euromold’s unique characteristics is the intersectoral exhibition that offers solutions for a variety of branches. Euromold focuses on holistic thinking with exhibitors that demonstrate how products from different departments perfectly fit together to create innovative opportunities and perspectives. Consequently, enterprises from totally different industries are lined up and exhibit their ideas in combination.
Along the whole process chain of Product Development, the exhibitors present new trends in Design, Engineering, Molding and Toolmaking, Production as well as in Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing. An exceptional position is awarded to the sector of Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing, as it can be implemented in developing models and prototypes as well as in manufacturing processes for make-to-order and series production. Furthermore it’s becoming a substantial part in classic moldmaking and tooling.
2015 is a year of change and improvements for Euromold: the relocation to Duesseldorf enables the event to become better in many different ways. In close cooperation with the exhibitors, the organisers will shape and strengthen the show's profile.
Reinforcing AUMA’s commitment to safety matters in actuation, the company is co-organiser of the international Functional Safety Conference that will take place on 6th and 7th October 2015 in Copenhagen. With expert speakers from market leading companies and end users, the conference will provide latest knowledge and practical information for the process and machinery industries.
AUMA regularly hosts specialist seminars dedicated to the topic of functional safety. The company reports that functional safety is one of the most high profile topics in the process industry, in particular, for chemical and oil & gas installations where protection of people and the environment is essential and financial losses in event of accidents can be extremely high.
The Engineering Design Show will take place from 21-22 October in Coventry, UK.
The event offers a high level conference, free practical workshops and an exhibition demonstrating and promoting cutting-edge technology and innovation from market-leading suppliers.
It provides UK design engineers with all aspects of engineering design under one roof.
The Aero Engineering Show takes place 4-5 November in Birmingham, UK.
Now in its 7th year, the Aero Engineering Show represents the UK’s only 100% dedicated trade show and supporting open conference for aerostructures, wings, engines & aero systems engineering, providing a tailored annual exhibition showcase of the technology and engineering capability supply chain.
With supporting input from the UK aerospace industry’s national, regional and sectoral technical and trade bodies, the Aero Engineering Show will again represent a core show component of the Advanced Engineering UK 2015 group of events. A record volume of UK and international specialist suppliers will be on the show floor supporting the aero structures, power plant and aero systems engineering sectors.
The UK’s only dedicated composite materials, design and processing event takes place 4-5 November in Birmingham.
Hosted as part of the Advanced Engineering UK 2015 group of events, the Composites Engineering Show represents the UK’s only annual trade show for the very latest in composites materials, moulding & processing equipment, trade processors & fabricators, design, simulation, test & automation partners and much more.
With supporting input from Composites UK, Netcomposites, RAPRA, National Composites Centre, BINDT, EPSRC CIMComp and others, the show provides an unmissable two days of leading industry suppliers, expert presentations, a multitude of special show floor features and networking opportunities. Reflecting UK industry’s increasing demand to harness the benefits of composites materials, the Composites Engineering Show provides a crucial annual showcase and open conference.
This year’s show is set to be its largest yet, with some 200+ dedicated composites exhibitors and some 200+ dedicated composites exhibitors and some 50+contributing speakers to ‘composites’ related core themes over the two days.
Hosted as part of the Advanced Engineering UK 2015 group of events taking place November 4-5 in Birmingham, and now incorporating Auto Electronics, the Automotive Engineering Show represents UK’s only 100% dedicated show and open conference for automotive body, chassis, powertrain and supply chain engineering, supporting the UK’s multiple vehicle design, development, production & integration engineering programmes – from passenger car, performance vehicle, CV, bus & truck, motorcycle, specialist, low carbon vehicle & engine sectors.
Magna International, McLaren, Automotive and Ricardo UK are just three of the major new names joining this year’s Automotive Engineering Show, providing attending engineering groups with its biggest yet showcase of latest technologies, and industry leading suppliers and partners. The integrated Auto Electronics show stream supports the drive to new levels of vehicle functionality, safety and efficiency, including exciting developments in infotainment and telematics.
Productronica, November 10-13, 2015 will be the 21st international trade fair for innovative electronics production.
Productronica in Munich is the leading trade fair for electronics production. It is the only trade fair in the world that features the entire value chain for electronics manufacturing – from software to process control, from technology to applications, and from products to system solutions – under a single roof.
Productronica is an outstanding gathering for leading German and international manufacturers and newcomers who give other participants a look at both the present and the future.
Hosted in association with the UK Automotive Engineering Show, taking place from November 4-5 in Birmingham, Auto Electronics intelligently connects with industry.
Developed as part of the UK’s largest advanced engineering show, the Auto Electronics open conference stream & exhibitor showcase at this year’s Advanced Engineering event represents an integral specialist component of the already successful and rapidly growing Automotive Engineering show. Held on 4 and 5 November at the NEC, Birmingham, it is a must attend event for engineers, management and procurement professionals involved in automotive electronics design, development, test, production, assembly, integration and inspection from all relevant OEMs and the tiered supply chain.
While the main Automotive Engineering show concentrates on the physical and mechanical elements, particularly body, chassis and powertrain engineering, this specialised concentration of exhibitors has been deliberately located to reflect the knowledge and capability of the auto electronics supply chain. The need for this focused attention comes from recent research, which highlighted that up to 50% of a vehicle’s value is held within the electronic functionality it offers. Increasingly these capabilities, such as infotainment, on board safety and connectivity systems, add to the users extended and ever more mobile digital lifestyle.
SPS IPC Drives, taking place from November 24-26 in Nuremberg, is Europe’s leading exhibition for electric automation.
Visitors will be able to meet suppliers of electric automation technology from around the world. They will be able to discover the latest products, trends and innovations within the industry. The trade fair and adjoining conference offer visitors the perfect platform to search the right solutions for their automation tasks.
SPS IPC Drives is the exhibition for electric automation technology. It covers all components down to complete systems and integrated automation solutions.
The AMI international conference on Oil & Gas Non-Metallics 2015 will take place in London at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel from 8th-10th December 2015. There will be a Welcome Cocktail Reception and accompanying exhibition on the first evening followed by a two-day technical programme.
The demand for minimising risk in oil and gas operations is driving the development of extensive qualification procedures for materials and components. Non-metallic materials in oilfield engineering comprise primarily composites, thermoset resins, thermoplastics and elastomers, alongside ceramics and high performance glass. There are new challenging drilling environments with high levels of sour gas, ultra deep sea platforms and extremes of heat (HPHT), ice and abrasive climates. In gas and oil recovery from fracking there are new equipment requirements too such as composite plugs.
Oil & Gas Non-Metallics 2015 offers a technical forum for oil and gas operators, engineers, contractors and material and equipment suppliers to debate the use of non-metallic materials in critical applications.
Foodex 2016, the UK’s premier trade event for the food and drink processing, packaging and logistics industries, is returning in 2016 to offer a one-stop shop for manufacturing professionals across the full industry spectrum including the event's eight sectors.
Run over three days (Monday 18 - Wednesday 20 April 2016) at the NEC, Birmingham, the show will shine a light on the top trends making an impact across the spectrum of food manufacturing sectors: from improving traceability and consumer trust, transforming productivity and highlighting the latest new ingredients and super foods to make an impression on the industry.