SPS IPC Drives 2019

26. November 2019 - 28. November 2019

Industry 4.0 and digitization are the important topics of the SPS IPC Drives trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany – the international trade fair for electrical automation, systems & components.

With around 136,000m² exhibition space, more than 1,700 international and national exhibitors and 65,700 visitors in the last year the SPS provides a wide scope for gathering information on products, innovations and trends in the field of smart and digital automation.

MESCO accompanies the way into the industry 4.0 with innovative, customer-specific development services and will be represented as PROFIBUS Partner at the PROFIBUS & PROFINET International (PI /PNO) booth in hall 5/210.
We look forward to a personal discussion with you. You are welcome to make an appointment with our experts in advance.

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News

10/30/2019

BiSS Association e.V. grants 500th license to MESCO

The open source interface BiSS continues to gain increasing popularity and correspondingly increasing demand. The bidirectional sensor interface introduced by iC-Haus in 2002 has established itself as a worldwide standard in encoder and drive technology. BiSS Association e.V. particularly welcomes its 500th licensee MESCO!

08/26/2019

Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (8)

Part 8: Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1 – Summary
With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.
Part 8 completes the series of articles on Functional Safety for SMEs. It makes a link between al parts and ends with a résumé.

07/25/2019

Series of articles: Product lifecycle management – but how!? (7)

Part 7: Functional Safety Management according to IEC 61508-1
With our product life cycle management publications, we would like to inform you about standards and regulations. Especially, we focus on SMEs to help them with functional safety issues.
Part 7 asks what the topics are that IEC 61508-1 defines for the component manufacturer in the first place.