SPS - Smart Production Solutions 2023

04 September 2023

Around 1,240 exhibitors are expected to attend the 32nd edition of the trade fair SPS – Smart Production Solutions – in Nuremberg from November 14 to 16, 2023.

The current exhibitor booking figures indicate a significant growth of the exhibition compared to last year's event and thus a development towards the pre-Corona level. For this reason, the organizer Mesago Messe Frankfurt is expanding the exhibition space by two additional exhibition halls.

In 16 exhibition halls visitors to the trade fair will have the opportunity to find out about the latest trends and developments in the field of smart and digital automation, to engage in personal conversations with the experts, and to find solutions for their automation tasks. "Last year clearly revealed the high value that SPS once again has for automation engineers in order to engage in vital personal and professional exchanges with visitors from the user industries. Demand is so high by now that we've decided to expand the exhibition grounds for this year's SPS by adding Halls 3C and 8 to provide a total of 16 halls," says Sylke Schulz-Metzner, Vice President SPS.

Friedrich P. Link, Managing Partner, LQ Mechatronik-Systeme GmbH: "We're confident about our participation in SPS this year. Over the past years, we've faced crises and challenges, and worked intensively on the further development of our products and services. We're excited to present our solutions in Hall 8 to our existing customers and prospective new customers."

The exhibition is divided into eight main topics. In the lower half of the exhibition grounds, the focus is on electrical drive technology, mechanical infrastructure and sensor technology & system solutions, in the center on industrial communication and software & IT in manufacturing, and in the upper section of halls, the focus is on interface technology, control technology, human-machine interfaces and sensor technology & system solutions. 


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