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TestRig Symposium

The two-day TestRig symposium presents the current state of the art, future-oriented developments and outstanding case studies in the field of test rig construction and operation, and promotes the personal exchange of experience. The symposium will be complemented by an accompanying exhibition.

These are the main topics of the symposium:

  • Multivalent test bench solutions
  • Multi-axis test benches and test bench controls
  • Modernization of test benches
Bernhard Gruber

On Thursday June 23rd at 14:00 o’clock the managing director of Gantner Instruments Germany Bernhard Gruber will give a lecture on the aspects of intelligent test benches, data acquisition systems as big data manager. Don’t miss it.

You can attend on site or watch the presentations online. Here you can register.

Event

TestRig symposium
TAE Ostfildern
Stuttgart
Jun 22 ‑ 23, 2022

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