EVENT 11 August 2020

High Tech Systems 2019

High-Tech Systems is a conference with the focus on high-end system engineering and disruptive mechatronics. The conference programme focuses on high-end system development for markets where smart engineering and technology...


About this event

High-Tech Systems is a conference with the focus on high-end system engineering and disruptive mechatronics. The conference programme focuses on high-end system development for markets where smart engineering and technology make a difference. The target audience consists of developers, technical managers and decision makers in the advanced mechanical engineering.

 

As partner of this event we have a booth.

 

Members of DSPE can use reduction code  998671 before March 28 if you want to visit High Tech Systems (200 euro instead of 275/350 euro).

 

Location: Van der Valk, Aalsterweg 322, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

More information and registration www.hightechsystems.nl

 


11 April 2019



References

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References

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