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SENSOR + TEST, the measurement fair

26.06.2018 – 28.06.2018

Nuremberg

The SENSOR+TEST is a fixed date in the calendars of all application industries, as they require more and more sensor, measuring, and testing systems for the development and production of their innovative products.
With its efficiency, clear structures, and concentration on essentials, the trade fair is a fertile ground for innovation.
Experts, scientists, and developers from all over the globe will be at your disposal and it is their ambition to find the best solution for your specific measuring, testing, or monitoring tasks. Additionally, you can update your technical knowledge and experience new developments in the accompanying conferences, forums and in the action area.
With its most extensive range from sensors to finished test results and the offer of technical solutions for measuring, testing and monitoring tasks in all industrial sectors , SENSOR+TEST is the state-of-the-art and most comprehensive trade show worldwide.

SENSOR+TEST isn't just a fair: In the action area for example you may experience innovative solutions, systems and products in practice.
At SENSOR+TEST you may enhance your technical knowledge on two costfree forums in the exhibition area as well as in top-class conferences and symposia.

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Müller Messebau GmbH

Convincing booth concepts and outstanding execution is our business.
Regionally rooted, we accompany our clients worldwide at all trade show appearances personally, always individually on site.
Prefferably and most successfully we work in long-time, trustful partnerships with our customers, whose feedback confirms our thinking again each and every time.

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