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HARTING on SPS week 2021
"We made this decision with a heavy heart. Physical participation in the SPS is not justifiable in view of the dramatic rise in the number of Corona infections, particularly in Bavaria and neighboring states," as Philip Harting, CEO of the HARTING Technology Group, explained today. "The welfare of our employees and the welfare of our customers is the most important factor."
Nevertheless, we will keep all who are interested up to date: with exciting live sessions from our Espelkamp Forum, interesting web seminars and, of course, the possibility to arrange appointments with us digitally.
The future social issues of sustainability, demographic change and (de)globalisation are our guiding principles for the development of new innovative connectivity. The current technology trends such as IIoT, mobility and also the large energy sector show us which products and solutions the industry needs today, tomorrow and in the near future.
All the highlights in the video
Get an exclusive insight into the HARTING Forum: Our experts will introduce you to all the highlights that we would have presented at the SPS.
All for Ethernet
The Ethernet protocol has become the most important communication standard for the industrial automation of the future. Rising transmission rates and the trend towards miniaturisation call for new approaches in data infrastructure. The new and space-saving Physical Layer Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is also conquering the last areas of the field level.
Join our daily live event: Today's guest at the HARTING Forum: Ralf Klein, Managing Director HARTING Electronics
The video starts on 25.11.2021, 10 a.m.
All for PCB
Modularity and flexibility are becoming increasingly vital in device development. The development times for new devices are becoming shorter and shorter, while prototyping is also playing an increasingly important role. A limited choice of available standard components is often an obstacle in device development. HARTING offers PCB connectors that meet the industry's need for modularity, flexibility and greater speed in device development.
Join our daily live event: Today's guest at the HARTING Forum: Matthias Gellert, Managing Director HARTING Germany
The video starts on 26.11.2021, 10 a.m.
All for Energy
Increasing energy efficiency is relevant for all areas of industry, while the trend towards resource conservation likewise represents a technology driver in the energy infrastructure sector.
Join our daily live event: Today's guest at the HARTING Forum: Norbert Gemmeke, Managing Director HARTING Electric
The video starts on 24.11.2021, 10 a.m.
Miniaturisation and Modularisation
The trends of miniaturisation and modularisation continue to drive technological developments forward in the industrial arena, and constantly require new solutions and products.
Join our daily live event: Today's guest at the HARTING Forum: Christian Schumacher, Managing Director HARTING Customised Solutions