Meet us from November 9 – 12 at the electronica virtual
HARTING at electronica virtual
The current situation poses new challenges for the autumn trade fairs in 2020. Nevertheless, we can contact you digitally. Experience how strong connections make future technologies possible at HARTING.
Connectivity for future technologies
Globalisation, demographic change and climate issues – these mega-trends are having a significant impact on the industry. In the future, production must focus more on energy efficiency and sustainability. We deliver the connectivity to meet these challenges – connectivity for future technology!
In automation, the three trends of digital twins, modularity and connectivity will significantly drive further developments forward. Machines and systems are becoming more autonomous – they will be making more independent decisions in the future.
Meet us at our virtual trade fair stand and discuss the latest developments, your requirements and our solutions together with our experts. Come join us – we look forward to seeing you!
Interfaces enabling the supply of e-mobility
The solutions involving Han® connectors are also mainly based on the above-mentioned mega-trends in the coming years. The basis for environmentally friendly e-mobility is the seamless, sustainable use of renewable energies. This can only be achieved by decentralised energy storage systems (ESS), since these allow for the time-delayed, demand-oriented usage of the electricity generated.
The use of connectors accelerates the construction of energy storage systems based on battery modules. These modules are encountered in many different applications, such as e-scooters, driverless transport vehicles (automated guided vehicles or AGVs) and e-buses.
DC generation saves energy costs
Environmentally friendly e-mobility and renewable energy go hand in hand. Much of renewable energy and storage technology is DC dominated. In conjunction with energy recovery measures, the growth in renewables is leading to an overall decrease in energy consumption from the AC grid. Industrial companies harnessing DC generation are saving energy costs and helping to meet CO2 emission targets.
Advanced Ethernet modularisation and miniaturisation as IIoT driver
The requirements for future developments within the framework of IIoT must be identified at an early stage. Expedient solutions must then be developed. HARTING took this path several years ago for Ethernet connectivity and created new connectors that went on to set the new standards for both PCB and device connectivity.
In the autumn of 2020, HARTING will be meeting these challenges with a strong partnership in the SPE Industrial Partner Network that advances a consistent SPE ecosystem and entirely new solutions for PCB applications. The flexible and self-configurable har-modular® board solution is setting new standards for miniaturised power and data transmission within the device – just like the new har-flex® hybrid solutions.
Fielding new products designed for the future, HARTING is solving the challenges of Advanced Ethernet modularisation and miniaturisation as the key IIoT drivers.
FAQs for electronica 2020
When is the electronica 2020?
The electronica runs from November 9 –12, 2020. The unique aspect this year is that the trade fair will take place as an online event. Get your ticket from us now!
Where can I get tickets for electronica 2020?
What are the trends at electronica 2020?
Automation is an important sector for us. Find out with us all about digital twins, modularisation and connectivity.
Innovation in the automotive industry, embedded platforms, medical electronics and wireless are some of the other exciting trending subjects.
How many visitors and exhibitors does electronica host?
Over 3,000 exhibitors from 50 different countries were represented at electronica 2018. During the fair, 80,000 visitors from 80 different countries attended to experience the latest trends in the electronics industry on over 180,000 m².