SKS Sensors® at SPS IPC Drives in Germany on Nov 28-30

Visit us on booth 440 in hall 3A at NürnbergMesse, Messezentrum.

SPS IPC Drives is Europe’s leading exhibition for electric automation. Industry 4.0 is quickly developing from a vision to reality and will be one of the main focuses of the exhibition. Come and meet our experts to hear all about our digitalization solutions.

SKS Sensors® temperature and pressure sensors are state-of-the-art technology products manufactured by SKS Automaatio Oy for machine building and process industries. We are a pioneer in temperature sensor manufacturing with 20 years experience. Our own manufacturing guarantees short delivery times even for application-specific special sensors where for e.g. ATEX and IECEx certification is needed.

On our booth you can experience hands-on how the sensors work. The sensors are attached to a piping demo and they measure the temperature and pressure of the liquid circulating in the pipes. The demo also has transducers and wireless IoTKey LoRa transmitters which transmit measurement data to the cloud.

Learn also how thermal imaging works with our infrared cameras and much much more.

Welcome to hear Mr. Janne Talvitie's (SKS Automaatio, Business Development Manager, Industrial IoT) presentation "IoTKey® for industry grade wireless measurements" on Thursday, 30.11. at 1 pm in Messe Forum Halle 10.1-341.

Please contact our Export Manager, Mr. Markus Saarela at to pre-book a meeting at the show.

Visitor registration is free of charge when done online in advance. 

Hope to see you in Nuremberg.


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