International mechatronics symposium

May 6, 2004

Brussels, 05 May 2004

An international symposium on mechatronics will take place in Linz, Austria, on 22 June.

Austrian and German experts from industry and research institutes will address the following topics:


- intelligent machine technology for rotary systems;
- using wireless sensor technology;
- intelligent products as Europe's answer to globalisation and cost pressures;
- parametric constructions and 3D-CAD;
- mechatronic methods for process optimisation in metal production and processing;
- intelligence in machines and components.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http:///www.ism-linz.at

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