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As part of the Control international trade fair for quality assurance in Stuttgart, the special show on “Contactless Measuring Technology” will be held once again in 2018. Already for the 14th time, innovative technologies, applications and system components from the field of contactless measuring and test technology will be presented in this setting. The special show will take place on roughly 3500 square feet of floor space at a central location in the entrance area of hall 6. Companies, research institutes and universities who are interested in participating can submit their exhibit proposals to the Fraunhofer Vision Alliance through the 6th of October, 2017 (title and brief description): vision(at)fraunhofer.de.
The special show on “Contactless Measuring Technology” has established itself in equal measure amongst exhibitors and trade fair visitors in recent years as a communication platform and marketplace for innovations, and in the meantime has become an integral part of the of the Control trade fair. Due to the fact that the performance and flexibility of modern systems are continuously improving, ever larger scale ranges are being covered and new applications are being penetrated, it’s not easy for users to orient themselves within the market. For this reason, the special show provides visitors with an orientation aid for the selection of the ideal technology for mastering their own testing tasks.
As always, presentations should include the latest developments, as well as innovative measuring and test systems, which function in a contactless manner. On the one hand, attention should be focussed on testing or measurement of external or visible features of components and materials. In this respect, relevant technologies include light section techniques, band projection, photogrammetry, white light interferometry, holography and confocal measuring processes, for example. In addition to this, processes which work within the non-visible portion of the wavelength spectrum by means of which components can be examined below the surface and materials can be scrutinised on the inside, will also be provided with a platform. Exhibits based on technologies such as X-ray, thermography, ultrasound and terahertz are conceivable in this area. Due to the fact that the fabrication of measuring systems based on actual needs also depends on forward-looking development and availability of suitable sensors, cameras and components, new products in these fields are also welcome.
The special show on “Contactless Measuring Technology” will be promoted mutually by the business location of the Fraunhofer Vision Alliance in Fürth and P. E. Schall GmbH & Co. KG in Frickenhausen, Germany.