Gorinchem – February 15th 2016. This year, the 7th bi-annual Dutch Fluid Power Conference addresses System Architecture in Hydraulics as its central theme. Within this broad theme, 10+ Dutch and international speakers will explore related topics. Organizing partners FEDA (Federatie Aandrijven en Automatiseren) and VPH (Vereniging Platform Hydrauliek) today announced the conference will take place on November 10th, 2016 in CineMec in Ede, The Netherlands.
Aiming to share knowledge on system approach and its architecture in innovative hydraulic, the Dutch Fluid Power Conference brings together manufacturers, experts, system designers, end-users and students in a collaborative environment. System architecture in hydraulics is the conceptual model that defines the structure, functional and/or detailed behavior of a system. The lectures are held in parallel sessions and have a clear technical news value. The organizing committee aims at 250 attendees from across Europe. The Conference is interesting for engineers, maintenance managers, manufacturers, scientists, teachers and students and anyone professionally involved in hydraulics.
Date and Venue
Like previous years, the Dutch Fluid Power Conference 2016 is held in the Film-and Congress Center CineMec in Ede, The Netherlands. Attendance fee per person is € 275,-, excluding VAT. An early bird fee of € 245,- per person (excluding VAT) applies if participants register before July 1st, 2016. The fee includes all-access to the conference and a lunch buffet. Registration (open as per March 10th, 2016) and up-to-date information will be found on www.dfpc.nl. In addition, you can also register for a tabletop or sponsorship.
About FEDA (www.feda.nl)
The Federatie Aandrijven en Autimatiseren (FEDA) [Federation Drive and Automation] counts more than 175 members and is the main trade association in the field of drive and automation technology in the Netherlands. The FEDA membership is open to all companies that have a relationship with drive and automation technology, which includes organizations and knowledge institutions active in this sector.
About VPH (www.platform-hydrauliek.nl)
The Vereniging Platform Hydrauliek [Association Platform Hydraulics] was founded in 1997. With this, the basis was laid for a platform where anyone interested in, or has affinity for the field of hydraulics can be member. In the meantime, the association has more than 150 enthusiastic members who are member on a personal basis. Together they pursue the associations goal "securing and passing knowledge within the field hydraulics".