International trade fairs with TÜV NORD GROUP participation

This ist an overview of international trade fairs in which the TÜV NORD GROUP is participating.

Interlift 2017

17 - 20 October 2017 in Augsburg, Germany

The world of lifts is engaging intensively with Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, IoT, and this is reflected by the numerous interesting talks being given on all four days of the fair. Two of the talks throw light on the role of lift technology in the constant growth of megacities, and listeners can learn all about the international goings-on and the most recent figures, data and facts from the lift markets in Europe, Asia and, in particular, China, as well as the home lifts segment in the Italian lift market.

With over 60 percent of its visitors coming from abroad, interlift is the world’s most international trade fair in the sector. As was revealed by the evaluation of the guest tickets redeemed at interlift 2015, visitors flocked to Augsburg from almost 100 countries.


12 - 18 November 2017 in Hanover, Germany

From 12 to 18 November 2017, leading companies in the industry will be showcasing their latest products and innovations at the world leading trade fair for agricultural machinery in Hanover. Over 7 days, AGRITECHNICA provides a stage for 2,900 exhibitors, and its 23 halls offer a fascinating glimpse into the future of crop production.

As the world’s leading trade fair for agricultural technology, AGRITECHNICA has established its reputation as the most important platform for the presentation of innovations. This leading position in all matters to do with innovation is underscored by the presentation of the Innovation Awards. The prize for innovations is awarded every two years at the AGRITECHNICA.

One of the neutral expert commissions set up by the DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft) has selected the winners from among the 320 registered and approved innovations in accordance with strict criteria.


13 – 16 November 2017 in Dusseldorf, Germany

The trending issues at MEDICA 2017:

  • Digital medicine – successfully networked (M2M & Big Data)
  • Where medicine and research meet (laboratory medicine)
  • Diagnosis at a glance (imaging)
  • From manufacturer to user (medical economics worldwide)
  • Sports medicine technology (prevention, fitness, wearables, sports medicine, physiotherapy)
  • Diagnostics and analysis from a single source (point-of-care testing)
  • Smart and mobile medicine (mHealth & telemedicine)
  • A clear view for surgeons (interventional imaging & surgery).