International Exposition for Power Transmission

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The International Exposition for Power Transmission (IFPE) is the leading international exposition and technical conference dedicated to power transmission and motion control technologies. The IFPE 2011 trade show took place March 22–26, 2011 in Las Vegas, NV and was co-located with CONEXPO-CON/AGG.

Show Statistics:[1]

  • 29,400+ industry professionals from around the world attended IFPE 2008 - a 61 percent increase in attendance compared to the 2005 show.
  • 128,500+ net square feet of exhibit space
  • 469 exhibitors – a 16 percent increase in space compared to the 2005 show.
  • IFPE 2008 expanded its renowned Technical Conference with an electronic controls symposium. The conference offered a record 111 papers from industry experts from around the world.
  • The new Innovation and Solutions Center provided real world insights into future design applications. IFPE education session registrations totaled more than 1,700.

IFPE is co-owned by:

References

External links

  • IFPE web site
  • CONEXPO-CON/AGG web site
  • Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) web site
  • National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) web site
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