Welcome to AS-Interface, the efficient, easy, and worldwide standardized bus system for the lower field level.
Automation economical and easy
AS-Interface reported a growth of 35% in the first half of 2022. The increased demand affected the traffic on the booth at the SPS in Nuremberg. From November 8-10, the time in the exhibition hall was filled with intensive discussions. The simple, effective and above all cost-saving AS-Interface technology could convince and will now continue the growth with new users. New products and concrete solutions played a major role in many discussions. The exhibitors can be found in the AS-Interface Arena.
With close to 45,000 registered attendees and almost 2,200 exhibitors, PACK EXPO International is one of North America's most significant automation and packaging trade shows. These numbers are just about where they were before Covid, and the show felt just like that: Booth visitors were highly interested and excited about the show and what we had to offer. Joined by Bihl+Wiedemann, Celpia, Pepperl+Fuchs, and Valmet, we could cover various aspects and application priorities for AS-Interface automation solutions...
See and read about the ASi-5 installation at the Mercedes plant in Sindelfingen or the latest products you may find on PackExpo or SPS show.
And much more information on AS-Interface by Bihl+Wiedemann, Celpia, Pepperl+Fuchs, Renesas, and Siemens.
The IRSC is a conference that includes a one-day expo featuring automation companies. At the IRSC 2022, AS-Interface was joined by Bihl+Wiedemann and Pepperl+Fuchs. At the expo, we presented a display showing all the safety options AS-Interface offers. As always, our visitors to the tabletop presentation were impressed by the ease and versatility of the design, construction, and implementation of a safe AS-Interface network. We had a great time at the IRSC explaining AS-Interface technology, and so did our visitors.
on the racing line
Successful communication always follows a clear path. AS-Interface takes this quite literally. It uses a single reverse polarity protected two-conductor cable, carrying power and data, to connect sensors and actuators to the control system of your automation network.