The EMV Conference in Dusseldorf will now cover EMC in Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things on its conference agenda.
Experts in EMC from science and industry can apply up until 24th July to participate in a lecture or workshop at the EMV conference 2018 to be held in the German city of Dusseldorf next February.
The EMV training programme consists of workshops in English as well as a German-speaking conference and tutorials. EMV offers several presentation formats and so within the call for papers, the possibility is given to
submit an abstract for a three-hour workshop or tutorial or for a paper of a 20-minute conference lecture.
Under the leadership of its chairman, Prof Dr Heyno Garbe from Leibniz University Hannover, the committee has categorised the call for papers into basic and application topics. These categories now include an expanded range of topics, including Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
The “Current EMC trends” are has been supplemented by the field of Industry 4.0 / Internet of Things. Also, due to the fact that the “EMC and safety” workshops were met with considerable demand at EMV 2017, this topic has also been placed on the agenda. It is divided into the fields “Functional safety”, “Autonomous driving”, “EMC aspects in hazard and risk analysis” and “Type approval / conformance”.
Between the 20th and 22nd February 2018, basic knowledge will be presented besides the latest results from research and development and industry specific know-how at the conference for electromagnetic compatibility with its international exhibition.