NEWS 18 February 2022

New actuator systems and applications Conference Germany

The 18th ACTUATOR-International Conference and the 12th International Exhibition on New Actuator Systems and Applications, will take place in Mannheim, Germany, from June 28 – 30, 2022.

ACTUATOR is a major biennial event, providing a platform for leading experts, suppliers and users in the field of new actuators and low-power electromagnetic drives from all over the world.

ACTUATOR’s Success Story
Attracting nearly 300 participants from more than 20 countries, the International Conference on New Actuators has quickly become the most important forum to meet leading international specialists, share their expertise and start business cooperations in the field of new actuator technologies.
Over the years, a huge variety of excellent ideas and results has been reported. A lot of them have been raised from vision to mass product. Among the success stories you will find quite a number of established applications of new actuators, in particular their well-known use in fuel injection, adaptive shock absorbers, nano-positioning, precision en-gineering like camera lenses and other applications of min-iaturized drives. In this way, ACTUATOR has launched the realization of new product generations with outstand-ing compactness and high performance properties which so far have not been achieved in conventional technologies.

More information about this Conference please click here.

Congress Center Rosengarten Mannheim, Germany
June 28 – 30, 2022

The deadline for the call for papers has been extended to February 28!! More details please click here.


VDE Association for Electrical, Electronic
and Information Technologies
Stresemannallee 15
60596 Frankfurt am Main


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