Since the first IFPEX was held in 1963, it has been the only exhibition in Japan specialized for fluid power technology, introducing the latest equipment and systems.
This year’s exhibition will focus not only on environmental measures such as energy and resource conservation, but also on the evolution of the fluid power industry that aims to further strengthen its international competitiveness against the rise of emerging economies.
We are also planning to set up special sections in collaboration with the Japan Fluid Power System Society to show how fluid power is used in the fields of automation and robotics, and how it will develop in the future.
In addition to these sections, in order to promote the use of fluid power, we will be working on various projects such as inviting many students who will be responsible for the future of the fluid power industry. Also, we aim to attract more visitors than those of last year through our new and large-scale PR campaign.
We hope the parties concerned will participate in the exhibition.
|Title||IFPEX2021－The 26th International Fluid Power Exhibition|
|Date||October 6 [wed]－8 [Fri], 2021 10:00－17:00|
|Venue||Tokyo International Exhibition Center [ http://www.bigsight.jp/english/ ]|
(Tokyo Big Sight, Ariake, Japan) South Hall
|Visitor admission fee||Free
* pre-registration through the official web site is required.
|Organizer||Japan Fluid Power Association|
SANKEI SHIMBUN CO.,LTD.
|Supported by||Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry / Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport/ Ministry of Education,Culture,Sports,Science and Technology / Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry / Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry / JETRO / Japan Machinery Federation / Association for the Promotion of International Trade, Japan (Expected)|
College Research Presentation Corner ～Robotics and automation～
University laboratories specializing in fluid power technology will exhibit and present their latest research results to propose new possibilities for industry-academia collaboration.
With the theme of “robotics and automation,” which is attracting particular attention, they are preparing research presentations to show how fluid power is being used in both fields and how it will contribute in the future.