IHS is participating at the SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg, Germany on November 22-24, 2016.
SPS IPC Drives is the exhibition for electric automation technology. It covers all components down to complete systems and integrated automation solutions.
Meet with leading IHS Technology Analysts at SPS IPC Drives and request a free consultation today.
Key topics covered in the conference include:
- Control technology
- IPCs and Electric drive systems and components
- Human-machine-interface devices and Industrial communication
- Industrial software and Interface technology
- Mechanical infrastructure and Sensor technology
- Susie Cumberland
- Alastair Smith
- Dasha Lukiniha
Speakers and Attendees
Analyst, Manufacturing Technology GroupRita Liu is an analyst with IHS's Manufacturing Technology APAC team.
Analyst, Manufacturing TechnologyAndrew Orbinson is a research analyst within the Manufacturing Technology group at IHS Technology.
Principal Analyst, Manufacturing TechnologyAlex West is a principle analyst for the IHS Manufacturing Technology group. ith over fifteen years of experience, he has produced numerous syndicated and custom research projects, and consumer surveys, covering a range of electronics products in both the industrial and consumer space.
Analyst, Electric Motor SystemsShirly Zhu is a Research Analyst in IHS’ Electric Motor Systems group. In addition to the current project, she is also conducting China medium voltage motor market research.
Senior Analyst, Rotating Machines & ControlsJared Kearby is a senior analyst with the industrial & medical technology group at IHS. Jared’s expertise includes integrated motors, medium voltage drives, medium voltage MCCs and soft starters.
Senior Manager, Technology ConsultingJonas Vestlund manages the Custom Research and Consulting (CRC) Group at IHS. He has over 10 years of research and consulting experience with extensive focus on corporate strategy.
Senior Director, MEMS & SensorsJérémie Bouchaud is unique to the MEMS industry – his breadth of MEMS device and application knowledge is unmatched, particularly in terms of automotive, consumer markets and RF MEMS.