The company Adeptor, in Norway recently passed the accreditation process to become a PI Competence Center for PROFINET. Separately, ifak e.V., in Germany celebrated its 25th anniversary as a PI Test Lab, with particular focus on process control.
At last months PI Konferenz, more than 350 participants discussed trends and challenges in communications technology in Frankfurt, Germany. It has become increasingly evident that the digital transformation in industrial environments simply won't work without PI's technologies.
Two upcoming exhibitions will feature PI technologies in the forthcoming months: the RFID & Wireless IoT Tomorrow 2021 trade fair and SPS - Smart Production Solutions 2021. Learn more about these events, the PI exhibits, and how to participate.
Three upcoming workshops in Germany to announce this month: PROFIsafe Certified Designer + Refresher courses in early October; an IO-Link Interoperability Workshop in early November; and an IO-Link Safety Plugfest also in early November.
News this month includes: the availability of a recently held IO-Link Safety webinar in Germany that is now archived for viewing by interested parties; a reopening of in-person training courses in Denmark.
In this month's regional and member news: the next IO-Link Interop workshop is scheduled for May 2021; PI North America is ready to hold its General Assembly Meeting –virtually this year; and CoreTigo announces a new member of its board of directors.
Two successful events took place in Germany in September. A PROFIsafe user workshop hosted the PROFIsafe Working Group, 12 exhibitors, speakers and 33 workshop participants at HMS. Also, over 90 representatives from 43 international businesses gathered in Bad Soden for the latest IO-Link interoperability workshop.
Four IO-Link User Workshops will take place over the next few weeks in the countries of Hungary, France, Germany, and Italy. Additional workshops targeted towards IO-Link device manufacturers include an Interop and an IO-Link Safety Workshop, both taking place in Germany.