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.
As always, AS-Interface technology impressed many visitors when they first saw the two-conductor cable. A cable leading power and data parallelly is a considerable improvement for everyone who has ever wired a network. The reduction in wiring efforts has enormous advantages concerning costs as well as ease of installation. The member companies' experts, displaying at our booth, then provided interested potential customers with solutions for their specific automation needs. Here, looking at four very different AS-Interface providers, the mix-and-max aspect of the standardized AS-Interface technology became very transparent.
A successful show for Bihl+Wiedemann, Celpia, Pepperl+Fuchs, and Valmet, and for AS-Interface technology.