TTI Europe supports future industrial trends at electronica 2022

11 October 2022

TTI Europe is exhibiting at Electronica, stand C3.578
TTI Europe is exhibiting at Electronica, stand C3.578

Discover advanced technologies from TTI’s trusted manufacturing partners.

Authorised, specialty electronic components distributor, TTI, Inc. Europe will be exhibiting the latest technologies to support future industrial trends at electronica in Munich, Germany, on stand C3.578, 15th – 18th November 2022. Visitors to the stand will be able to learn about the newest technologies such as passives, sensors, connectors and power solutions, from TTI Europe’s valued manufacturing partners, as well as understanding how they are advancing industry.

Within the industry, there are several important areas of development, such as the digitalization and automation of machinery and production, the integration of robotic and autonomous platforms, and energy,” said Markus Lorenz, Director Industry Marketing – Industrial at TTI Europe. “We will be showcasing electronic components from our global partners that are pushing the boundaries in all these areas.

Energy is a particularly important focus as industry looks to operate in a more sustainable and cost-effective way. Engineers are increasingly having to consider energy efficiency as a priority in the design of their systems as energy costs continue to rise, and state-of-the-art electronic technologies are proving vital here.

Additionally, there is an increased focus on renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, as companies and consumers look to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. The latest electronic components will be critical for next generation energy battery storage systems, which are central to a successful energy transition, and heat pumps which are becoming an important sustainable technology.

Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about innovative technologies from TTI Europe’s manufacturing partners, including sensing systems from Honeywell and Amphenol Sensors, passive and discrete electric components from Vishay, Yageo or Littelfuse, as well as interconnect solutions from 3M, Amphenol, Molex and TE Connectivity.

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