1 2015 * This special issue is not IVW certified. + Trade Show Guide SPS IPC Drives* + Special IEE Retrofit + Show Areas industry+automation at elektrotechnik and eltefa 2015 Print + Online Magazine Profile 2 Rates 3/4 Formats and Technical Details 5/6 Circulation and Distribution Analysis 7 Reader Structure Analysis 8/9 Summary of Survey Method 10 IEE Technology Brainteaser 11 IEE Retrofit 12 Trade Show Guide for SPS IPC Drives 13 Show Area industry+automation 14/15 Schedule and Editorial Calendar Special Edition 90 Years of Hightech & Innovation 20/21 Online Advertising Address Rental 28/29 General Terms and Conditions 30 Contacts 31/32
2 Magazine Profile1 1 Magazine: IEE Elektrische Automatisierung + Antriebstechnik 2 Profile in brief: IEE is the implementation and solution-oriented trade magazine for electric automation and drive engineering. The range of editorial topics covers the entire automation pyramid, from the control and process level down to the field level. Independently researched and substantiated articles position IEE the source of information for automation experts in all industrial branches. The modern and attractive magazine particularly addresses investment decision-makers in machine and system design and project and area management in automation. The automation magazine IEE and its four sister journals now form the Hüthig Electronic Media Group under the umbrella of the all-electronics online portal. Advertising customers will find a unique portfolio here that allows them to reach their target group across a range of media, in an accurate and comprehensive manner. 3 Target group: Decisionmarkers and engineers in technical engineering, Specialists in automation 4 Publication: 11 x per year 5 Magazine format: 210 mm wide x 297 mm high 6 Volume/year: Volume 60/ Price (incl. shipping costs and VAT): Annual subscription domestic foreign Single copy price (+ shipping costs) Organ: 9 Memberships: Deutsche Fachpresse, IVW 10 Publishing company: Hüthig GmbH Managing Director: Fabian Müller Publishing Director: Rainer Simon Postal address: Postfach , D Heidelberg Address: Im Weiher 10, D Heidelberg Tel.: Fax: Publisher: 12 Advertising dept: Anja Breuer (Advertising Manager) 13 Editorial dept.: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Stefan Kuppinger (Editor-in-chief), Dipl.-Journ. (FH) Melanie Feldmann 2 14 Volume analysis: 2013 = 11 issues Total volume: pages = % Editorial section: pages = 75.0 % Advertising section (pages): pages = 25.0 % including bound inserts: 1.0 pages = 0.4 % publisher s advertisements: 19.0 pages = 8.3 % Supplements: Analysis of editorial content 2013 = pages by topics: Editorial: 7.5 pages = 1.1 % Contents: 16.5 pages = 2.4 % News: pages = 15.1 % Control engineering: 49.5 pages = 7.2 % Metrology: 29.5 pages = 4.3 % Drive technology: 50.5 pages = 7.4 % Operate & monitor: 46.0 pages = 6.7 % Communication: 39.0 pages = 5.7 % Components: 48.0 pages = 7.0 % Software & Engineering 60.0 pages = 8.7 % Sensor systems: 43.5 pages = 6.3 % Packaging technology: 9.5 pages = 1.4 % Processing technology: 58.5 pages = 8.5 % Mobile automation: 7.0 pages = 1.0 % Ship technology: 11.5 pages = 1.7 % Medical technology: 9.0 pages = 1.3 % Robotics + handling: 35.0 pages = 5.1 % Renewable energies: 16.0 pages = 2.3 % Plastics processing: 9.0 pages = 1.3 % Miscellaneous: 38.0 pages = 5.5 % Total pages = %
4 P Advertising Rates List No. 53 valid as of Oct. 1, Surcharges Placements: Inside front cover, outside or inside back cover b/w 5,830. Binding placements 10 % on basic rate Prices and conditions for cover placement upon request. Color surcharges: (not discountable) 2-color 4-color 1/1 page ,075. 2/3 to 1/3 page /4 and smaller Surcharges apply to Euroscale colors Special colors upon request Format: Bled-off and gutter bleed advertisements 10 % surcharge on basic rate 3 Discounts: for purchase within 12 months (always on basic rate) Frequency discount rate: Quantity discount rate: 3 x publication 5 % 2 pages 5 % 6 x publication 10 % 3 pages 10 % 9 x publication 15 % 5 pages 15 % 12 x publication 20 % 8 pages 20 % 4 Job vacancies/classified ads: Online: per mm/1 column (1 column = 41 mm) 3. upon request Box number fee Special advertising: on request Bound inserts: delivered folded, untrimmed, without back stapling Min. up to over Volume weight 135 g/m g/m 2 2 pages 120 g/m 2 5,365. 5, pages 80 g/m 2 9,095. 9,550. Bound inserts to be delivered to the printers free of charge and correctly packed no later than 14 days prior to publication date (see schedule) of the agreed issue. Required supply quantity: 26,200 4 Inserts: Min. format 10.5 x 14.8 cm, min. weight per single sheet 150 g/m 2 up to 25 g weight 5,280. up to 50 g weight 8,050. each additional 25 g weight 2,680. max. paper format 20 x 28 cm Delivery: Specimens to be supplied as of order placement, circulation up to 10 days prior to publication. Required supply quantity: 26,200; partial supplements upon request Stick-on advertising media: Min. format 6.0 x 7.5 cm with 150 g/m 2 Placement upon request In conjunction with advertisement or bound insert 680. plus adhesive costs for machine processing 1,300. for manual processing 2,600. Delivery address for bound inserts and inserts: westermann druck GmbH Georg-Westermann-Allee 66 D Braunschweig (clearly marked: For IEE, Issue No. ) 6 Contact: see page 31/32 7 Terms of payment: 30 days after invoice date, 2 % discount for advance payment or direct debit Bank details: Postbank Ludwigshafen Account number: , Bank code: , IBAN: DE BIC: PBNKDEFF545
5 Formats and Technical Details F *Bleed formats quoted include 3 mm trim allowances Type area formats Bleed formats 1/1 page 178 x 257 mm bleed 216 x 303 mm* Junior page 126 x 178 mm bleed 145 x 203 mm* 2/3 page vertical 117 x 257 mm bleed 136 x 303 mm* 2/3 page horizontal 178 x 169 mm bleed 216 x 194 mm* 1/2 page vertical 86 x 257 mm bleed 105 x 303 mm* 1/2 page horizontal 178 x 126 mm bleed 216 x 149 mm* 1/3 page vertical 56 x 257 mm bleed 75 x 303 mm* 1/3 page horizontal 178 x 83 mm bleed 216 x 105 mm* 1/4 page block 86 x 126 mm bleed 105 x 149 mm* 1/4 page horizontal 178 x 62 mm bleed 216 x 85 mm* 1/4 page vertical 41 x 257 mm bleed 60 x 303 mm* 1/8 page block 86 x 62 mm 1/8 page horizontal 178 x 29 mm 1/8 page vertical 41 x 126 mm 1/16 page vertical 41 x 62 mm 1/16 page horizontal 86 x 29 mm Magazine format: DIN A4, width 210 mm, height 297 mm 5
6 Formats and Technical Details F 1 Magazine format: 210 mm wide, height 297 mm, DIN A4 Type area: 2 Printing process: Rotary offset Binding process: Adhesive binding 3 Data delivery: 178 mm wide, height 257 mm Number of columns: 4 columns, column width: 41 mm 4 Data formats: Data is supplied in pdf format, version 1.3 (PDF/X-1a), created in Acrobat Distiller from version 4.0 forward, and with screen-modulated proof. High-resolution image data of at least 300 dpi, resolution for 60 screen, color model always CMYK (no RGB or LAB elements). Bitmap (barcode scans) should have at least 800 dpi resolution. The format is created in original dimensions plus trim allowance and bleed marks. 5 Colors: For digitally delivered masters for color advertisements, the customer must furnish a color proof with Fogra Medienkeil Version 2.0 or 3.0 and a proof or measurement protocol (= certificate). Failure to provide such proof shall result in the customer forfeiting claims for compensation with respect to possible color deviations 6 Proof: Per the FOGRA standard. With FOGRA Medienkeil 2.0 or 3.0 according to the standard, PSO_LWC_Improved_eci.icc for content as a rule paper type 3 FOGRA 45L according to standard, ISOcoated_v2_eci.icc for cover as a rule paper type 2 FOGRA 39L according to standard. For further information on pdf pre-settings see or call the technical hotline at Data archiving: Data is archived, thus unmodified repeats are generally possible. However, no warranty for data is assumed. 8 Warranty: 1. The inclusion of advertisements in certain issues or editions or in certain positions is not guaranteed The publisher warrants the printed, defect-free reproduction of the advertisements corresponding to their representation on circulation paper, and requires the delivery of suitable masters (see details in price list). 3. Color advertisements: the customer must provide a color proof with digitally delivered masters for color advertisements. Failure to provide such proof shall result in the customer forfeiting claims for compensation due to possible color deviations. 4. Complaints must be asserted by the customer in respect of obvious defects not later than two weeks after receipt of invoice. For non-obvious defects, the customer must issue a complaint not later than one year after publication. If, despite prompt delivery of perfect copy and complaint in good time, the advertising material has been reproduced with defects, the customer may demand a substitute placement appearance of the advertisement (subsequent fulfillment) without defects. Claims for subsequent performance are excluded if they subject the publisher to unreasonable expenses. If the publisher is given a reasonable deadline and allows it to expire, the customer shall have the right to cancel the contract or obtain a reduction in payment to the extent to which the purpose of the advertisement was impaired. Warranty claims from merchant customers expire 12 months after publication of the corresponding advertisement or insert. 5. If defects in the print documents are not immediately apparent but become apparent during the printing process, the customer shall have no claims in respect of inadequate publication quality. 6. Customers failing to abide by the publisher s recommendations regarding the creation and transmission of digital print materials shall forfeit all claims relating to publication of defective advertisements. 7. The customer warrants that all files supplied are free of computer viruses. The publisher is authorized to delete files containing viruses. Such deletion shall not provide the basis for any claims by the customer. The publisher also reserves the right to claim damages if the computer viruses cause further damage at the publisher. 8. The publisher assumes no warranty for the accuracy of the quality or volume of materials (bound inserts, inserts etc.) which the customer claims to have made available. 9 Contact: Advertisement processing: Martina Probst Tel.: Fax:
7 Circulation and Distribution Analysis2 1 Circulation monitoring: 2 Circulation analysis: Average annual number of copies (July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014) Print run: 26,000 Number of copies actually distributed: 25,693 of which abroad: 1,263 Copies sold: 2,520 including abroad: 8 subscribed copies: 72 including association other sales: 2,448 member copies: 0 single copy sales: 0 Free copies: 23,173 Residual, archive and specimen copies: Geographical distribution analysis: Economic region: Germany Abroad Other* Percentage of copies actually distributed % copies ,454 1, Copies actually distributed ,693 Distribution by Nielsen areas: Nielsen area 1 Hamburg, Bremen, Schleswig- Holstein, Lower Saxony Nielsen area 2 North Rhine-Westphalia Nielsen area 3a Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland Nielsen area 3b Baden-Wuerttemberg Nielsen area 4 Bavaria Nielsen area 5-7 Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia Percentage of copies actually distributed % copies , , , , , ,510 Copies actually distributed Germany ,454 Breakdown of foreign circulation:** Percentage of copies actually distributed % copies Austria Switzerland Benelux Other European countries Other non-european countries Copies actually distributed abroad ,263 * portion of circulation not analyzed, e.g. trade fair and congress copies etc. ** publisher's claim 7
8 3-L Readership Structure Analysis 1.1 Sectors / industries WZ 2008 Code Recipient Groups (acc. to industrial sector classification, WZ 2008) Proportion of readers calculated % Recipients 28 Machine manufacturing ,734 26, 27, Data processing, measurement and control equipment, manufacture of electrical motors, switching equipment, cables and electrical machinery, electricity generation ,266 20, 21, 22 Chemical and pharmaceutical industry, rubber and plastic products , , 62 Engineering firms, service providers 5.8 1,514 29, 30 Automotive and vehicle assembly 5.7 1,488 Other industries 4.8 1,253 No response Copies actually distributed* ,100 * Average total circulation at time of readership structure analysis The detailed description of the survey method can be found on page 10 8
9 3-L Readership Structure Analysis 1.2 Size of Business Unit Proportion of readers calculated % Recipients 1 49 employees , employees , employees , and more employees ,673 No answer Copies actually distributed* ,100 * Average total circulation at time of readership structure analysis 2.1 Job feature: position incompany Management, owner, management board, branch/plant/operations manager, operational management Department head/division manager/project management (incl. head of purchasing) Proportion of readers calculated % Recipients , ,895 Skilled staff ,298 No answer Copies actually distributed* ,100 * Average total circulation at time of readership structure analysis 2.1 Job feature: area of activity (multiple selections) Proportion of readers calculated % Recipients Company management ,550 Research & development ,660 Design, planning ,652 Logistics, organization ,194 Production, manufacturing ,492 Sales, marketing ,254 Quality management, maintenance ,396 Purchasing and procurement ,577 No answer Copies actually distributed* ,100 * Average total circulation at time of readership structure analysis The detailed description of the survey method can be found on page 10 9
10 Description of the Survey Method Readership Structure Analysis (AMF Scheme 3-L) Oral Survey/Sampling Description of the survey method for readership structure analysis (AMF Scheme 3-L) 1. Analysis method: Readership structure analysis via oral survey sampling survey (alternating mailings) 2. Description of recipients at time of data collection: 2.1 Contents of the file: The recipient file used contains the addresses of all recipients. The existing information allows the file to be sorted by postal code and/or domestic and foreign recipients. 2.2 Total number of recipients in file: 55, Total number of varying recipients: 52,096 (Change after every third issue) 2.4 Structure of recipients for average issue, by sales form: sold circulation 2,353 of which: subscribed copies 95 other sales 2,258 single copy sales 0 free copies 23,718 of which: permanent free copies 604 varying free copies 22,623 promotional copies 491 Actual total circulation 26,071 of which in Germany 24,822 of which abroad 1, Description of analysis: 3.1 Population (analyzed portion): population 26,071 = % of which not in analysis: 2,581 = 10.0 % non-german speaking foreign countries 193 = 0.7 % book trade copies 198 = 0.8 % no permission to survey 448 = 1.7 % promotional copies 1,157 = 4.5 % copies from multiple sources 585 = 2.3 % 10 The analysis is thusbased on the following population (the basis for projections is calculated at 25,913 readers): 23,490 = 90.0 % 3.2 Date sample was taken: June 21, Description of study: Random selection from recipient file acc. to mailing history, excluding non-german speaking ountries; book trade, promotional copies, blocked address & recipients receiving multiple issues. Initial Sample 414 cases = 100,0 % Sample-neutral dropouts: unable to determine recipient 8 cases = 1.9 % unable to determine reader 49 cases = 11.8 % wrong address/phone num./could not be 4 cases = 1.0 % determined Total dropouts: 61 cases = 14.7 % Gross Sample 353 cases = % Failures 25 cases = 7.1 % Target person not reached 21 cases = 5.9 % Target person traveling, sick 23 cases = 6.5 % No appointment possible 29 cases = 8.2 % Refused to answer the survey 5 cases = 1.4 % Interview broken off 103 cases = 29.2 % Net Sample (evaluable cases): 250 cases = 70.8 % 3.4 Target individual of survey: Main reader was surveyed. 3.5 Definition of reader: Main reader in widest readership. 3.6 Duration of survey: Telephone survey carried out between June 24 to July 28, Survey carried out by: TNS Emnid Medien- und Sozialforschung GmbH, Bielefeld The structure, performance and reporting contained in this survey conform to the current version of the German Central Advertising Industry Federation (ZAW) framework scheme for advertising media analyses.
11 IEE Technology Brainteaser The IEE Technology Brainteaser A special cross-media advertising form that attracts a great deal of attention Your benefits: Long retention period for the brainteaser participants Technically oriented brainteaser with up to 5 questions about your product Intensive presentation of the product benefits in text and picture Cross-media appearance: in the journal and on Can also be accessed and solved mobilely via QR code Exclusive pointer to the technology brainteaser in the table of contents Prizes: Valuable non-cash prizes with a total value of approximately 1,000. Unusual presence that draws a great deal of attention Simple processing: You provide us with a brief description of your product along with a photo, up to 5 questions and answers and also a solution word. We take care of the rest. Publication in every issue directly opposite the inside back cover. Right of first refusal: inside back cover can be booked in combination. 11 Powerful appearance with product presentation Included services: Laying out the individual brainteaser with your questions in print and online Layout of the brainteaser page Attractive placement opposite the inside back cover Distribution to our readers and users your customers Non-cash prizes and their procurement Drawing and processing of the contest IEE Technology Brainteaser per issue 4,450.
12 IEE Retrofit Special in IEE 7/2015 IEE Retrofit Efficiency and performance boosts with automation Germany is home to numerous production systems with a huge range of machinery. Driven by the permanent pressure to reduce costs, potential improvements are constantly being sought out by the companies who operate these systems: Efficiency improvements/cost reductions and Performance boosts are the buzzwords. Equally, increasing energy costs are shifting into focus in many efficiency improvement programs, particularly with regards to legal regulations such as the EEG levy and the introduction of energy-saving motor types or lighting. Data and facts: The IEE Retrofit special section is appearing in IEE 7/2015 Advertising deadline: June 18, 2015 Date of publication: July 13, 2015 Circulation: 26,000 copies The procurement of new machines (faster, better, more energy efficient) is the simplest but most expensive method of increasing efficiency. The modernization, or retrofitting, of production systems and building infrastructure (energy provision) is therefore a commonly used lever. Automation is a key element in retrofitting! In the IEE Retrofit special section, the editorial team presents automation components, solutions and technologies focusing on the context of modernization and efficiency improvements to old systems as well as to new machines/systems. Formats and prices of company portrait 4c 1/1 page 3, /2 page 1, /4 page 1, Formats and prices of advertisements See p. 3/4 12
13 SPS-Trade Show Guide 2015 More contacts to the trade at sps ipc drives 2014 IEE SPS-Trade Show Guide There from day one! The IEE editorial team played a major role in the inception of SPS IPC Drives. Since the move to Nuremberg, IEE is placing a focus on the industry event with a special trade fair companion publication, which is being published in line with a new concept from 2014: Trend reports, innovations from exhibitors as well as the latest industry rumors and trade fair news from SPS IPCS Drives form an exciting framework for addressing your customers and visitors. In addition, the latest topics such as apps in automation, controversial expert interviews and an extended careers section with job ads are also included. The useful companion for trade show visitors the valuable medium for you! Your benefits: Print run of 40,000 copies (in a convenient DIN A4 format). Distribution to our readers before the trade show Distribution at the trade show on all event days Displayed in numerous Nuremberg hotels Attractive combination offers at top conditions **Bookable only in combination with at least one of the follow trade show issues: Publication date: Advertising deadline: IEE 10/2015 SPS trade show preview October 1 September 8 IEE 11/2015 SPS trade show issue November 16 October 21 nv 11/2015* SPS trade show issue November 6 October 14 IEE 12/2015 SPS follow-up report December 21 November 26 *nv = neue verpackung, specialist magazine on industrial packaging 13 Your price advantage: 1 trade show issue + Trade Show Guide = 5 % combination discount 2 trade show issues + Trade Show Guide = 10 % combination discount 3 trade show issues + Trade Show Guide = 15 % combination discount Combination and contract discounts are applied to the basic rate of the trade show issues (pages 3/4). SPS Trade Show Guide formats and combination prices** b/w or 4c 1/1 page 1,850. 2/3 page 1,265. Junior page 1,150. 1/2 page 1,050. 1/3 page /4 page /8 page 395. We would also be happy to advise you on our print-online offers for a combined presence on our portals and Just ask us! This special issue is not IVW certified.
14 Show Area industry+automation at eltefa Show Area industry+automation Premiering at eltefa 2015 in Stuttgart Baden-Württemberg is the heartland of mechanical engineering, with every fourth industrial employee working within this industry. Almost every third euro which is earned in German mechanical engineering comes from Baden-Württemberg. Messe Stuttgart and Hüthig Verlag are now providing a service tailored to this situation. The Show Area industry+automation is a new exhibition format making its first appearance at the trade fair in Stuttgart: Integrated into the conventional eltefa fair, Messe Stuttgart and Hüthig Verlag are offering production companies in Baden-Württemberg and beyond the unique opportunity to gain a clear overview of the services offered by electrical automation providers. Around 30 % of visitors to the eltefa trade fair have an industry background.* And this figure is rising! Take this opportunity to present your company and know-how to the automation and construction professionals in your region in an attractive environment. Your advantage: As a specialist in the field of automation, you have the opportunity to present your products and solutions in a compact and clearly-structured way, from components to complete systems with ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGES at top prices. The Show Area offering is rounded out with keynote speeches on the topic of automation in the integrated forum. The Show Area is located in Hall 9 of eltefa from March 18 to 20. REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR Show AREA EXHIBITORS: January 30, 2015 *(Source: Messe Stuttgart) 14 ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE OFFERS SLIM model Size: 3 sqm (1.5 x 2 m) Wall space: 2.5 m high, colored, foil-coated Facilities: 1 covered cabinet or presentation pedestal, 1 brochure rack, 1 bin, 1 poster on Forex 5 mm, 2 spotlights, company logotype on a panel Price incl. media package 3, MEDIUM model Size: 6 sqm (2 x 3 m) Wall space: 2.5 m high, colored, foil-coated Facilities: 1 bar table, 2 bar stools, 1 bin, 1 covered cabinet or 1 presentation pedestal, 1 brochure rack, 2 posters on Forex 5 mm, 3 spotlights, company logotype on a panel Price incl. media package 5, PREMIUM model Size: 9 sqm (3 x 3 m) Wall space: 2.5 m high, colored, foil coated Facilities: 1 table and 2 chairs, 1 bin, 1 covered cabinet, 1 brochure rack, 4 spotlights, 1 widescreen LCD (21.5 ) with wall-mounting and counter, company logotype on a panel, 2 posters on Forex 5 mm Price incl. media package 8, All prices are charged in Euros plus the legally applicable VAT.
15 Show Area industry+automation at elektrotechnik Show Area industry+automation Premiering at elektrotechnik 2015 in Dortmund Are Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria the heartland of mechanical engineering? Yes and no! North Rhine-Westphalia is certainly not trailing behind the south of Germany. Indeed, a number of the most important technology drivers in mechanical and plant engineering are headquartered in NRW as well as automation technology and electronics providers, which all together account for revenues of around 75 billion euros. This immense potential is now being tapped by Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund and Hüthig Verlag: As part of the Show Area industry+automation you can present your components and solutions to automation specialists and construction professionals in your region within the context of elektrotechnik Dortmund: More than 30 % of visitors to the elektrotechnik trade fair have an industry background.* And this figure is rising! Take this opportunity to present your company and know-how to this important target group in an attractive environment. Your advantage: As a specialist in the field of automation, you have the opportunity to present your products and solutions in a compact and clearly-structured way, from components to complete systems with ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGES at top prices. The Show Area offering is rounded out with keynote speeches on the topic of automation in the integrated forum. The Show Area is located in Hall 5 of elektrotechnik from February 18 to 20. REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR Show Area EXHIBITORS: January 09, 2015 ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE OFFERS SLIM model Size: 3 sqm (1.5 x 2 m) Wall space: 2.5 m high, colored, foil-coated Facilities: 1 covered cabinet or presentation pedestal, 1 brochure rack, 1 bin, 1 poster on Forex 5 mm, 2 spotlights, company logotype on a panel Price incl. media package 3, MEDIUM model Size: 6 sqm (2 x 3 m) Wall space: 2.5 m high, colored, foil-coated Facilities: 1 bar table, 2 bar stools, 1 bin, 1 covered cabinet or 1 presentation pedestal, 1 brochure rack, 2 posters on Forex 5 mm, 3 spotlights, company logotype on a panel Price incl. media package 5, PREMIUM model Size: 9 sqm (3 x 3 m) Wall space: 2.5 m high, colored, foil coated Facilities: 1 table and 2 chairs, 1 bin, 1 covered cabinet, 1 brochure rack, 4 spotlights, 1 widescreen LCD (21.5 ) with wall-mounting and counter, company logotype on a panel, 2 posters on Forex 5 mm Price incl. media package 8, *(Source: Messe Westfalenhallen Dortmund) 15 All prices are charged in Euros plus the legally applicable VAT.
16 Schedule and Editorial CalendarT 2015 Issues 1 January 2 February 3 March Date of publication Jan. 12, 2015 Feb. 06, 2015 Mar. 04, 2015 Apr. 02, 2015 May 04, 2015 Jun. 08, 2015 Advertising deadline Dec. 12, 2014 Jan. 14, 2015 Feb. 09, 2015 Mar. 10, 2015 Apr. 08, 2015 May 11, 2015 Editorial deadline Nov. 25, 2014 Dec. 22, 2014 Jan. 21, 2015 Feb 19, 2015 Mar. 18, 2015 Apr. 21, 2015 Trade fairs SPS IPC Drives 2014 trade fair follow up part 2 Logimat, Stuttgart, Feb , 2015 Technology and know-how Management level Process level Field level Production control: ERP, Scada, MES, Industry 4.0 Engineering: Electrical CAD/CAE, interdisciplinary project planning Controllers: Hard and soft PLC, compact PLC, logic modules, regulators, CNC control, motion control, positioning control Image processing: Software, cameras, vision systems, barcode/identification systems, lighting Propulsion technology: Servo motors, AC/DC motors, geared motors, frequency converters, soft starters, motor protection Sensors: Inductive/capacitive distance sensors, proximity switches, opto-sensors, light barriers Communications: Fieldbuses, Ethernet, wireless technologies Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, terminals, I/O systems, relays, gates, cables and wires, electricity supply systems, energy/drag chains, casings Elektrotechnik, Dortmund, Feb , 2015 Embedded world, Nuremberg, Feb , 2015 Remote maintenance: Condition monitoring, telecontrol, cloud automation, M2M, web technologies Engineering: Project planning tools, simulation Industrial PCs: Panel PCs, rail-mounted/control cabinet computers, embedded systems, CPU modules, COM, operating systems, rack systems Human machine interfaces (HMI): Touch panels, displays, keyboards, visualization software, tablets, smartphones Propulsion technology: Stepper motors, actuators, linear drives, small drives, AC/DC motors, frequency converters Sensors: Rotary encoders, ultrasound sensors, linear displacement transducers, vibration sensors Communications: Fieldbuses, networks, switches, hubs, interfaces, network analysis, RFID, Bluetooth, modems, web servers, network/fieldbus diagnosis, WiFi concepts All about automation, Dortmund, Mar , 2015 ISH, Frankfurt, Mar , 2015 Eltefa, Stuttgart, Mar , 2015 New Energy Husum, Husum, Mar , 2015 Automatisierungstreff, Böblingen, Mar , 2015 Production control: Process visualization, maintenance management Engineering: PDM/PLM, system optimization, interdisciplinary project planning Human machine interfaces (HMI): Web panels, visualization tools, signal lamps, signal indicators and operator controls Controllers: Hard and soft PLC, compact PLC, logic modules, regulators, robotics Image processing: Software, cameras, vision systems, 3D technologies, frame grabbers Propulsion technology: Efficiency in drivetrains, decentralized drives Measuring technology: Data collection/analysis, data loggers, measuring transducer, energy metering Sensors: Pressure, temperature, fill level, flow rate sensors, light barriers, linear displacement transducers Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, terminals, signal converts, I/O systems, relays, circuit breakers, electricity supply systems, power adapters, air conditioning components, connectors 16-17a 4 April Trade fair issue on Hannover Messe, Hanover, Apr , 2015 Production control: ERP/MES, Scada, condition monitoring, big data, Industry 4.0 Engineering: Digital factory, Electrical CAD/CAE Human machine interfaces (HMI): Touch panels, operating terminals, HMI software, web visualization Controllers: CNC control, servo controllers, motion control, efficient programming Safety & security: Safety PLC, secure actuators/sensors, secure communications, industrial security Propulsion technology: Servo motors, gear motors, converter motors, frequency converters, soft starters, speed regulators, motor protection Sensors: Inductive/capacitive distance sensors, proximity switches, opto-sensors, rotary encoders, pressure, temperature, fill level, flow rate sensors, IO-Link in use Communications: Fieldbuses, Ethernet, wireless technologies, RFID/identification technologies Electromechanics/interfaces: Signal converters, I/O systems, relays, gates, cables and wires, electricity supply systems, energy/drag chains, casings 5 May Control, Stuttgart, May 05-07, 2015 Ligna, Hanover, May 11-15, 2015 Smart Automation Austria, Linz, May 19-21, 2015 Sensor + Test, Nuremberg, May 19-21, 2015 All about automation, Friedrichshafen, Jun , 2015 Production control: QS management, plant/machine data collection Engineering: System optimization, data management Image processing: Software, cameras, vision sensors, barcode/identification systems, lighting Industrial PCs: Panel PCs, rail mounted/control cabinet computers, rack systems Human machine interfaces (HMI): Tablets as operating devices, command panels Measuring technology: Data collection/analysis, test rig measuring technology, data loggers, recorders, thermal imaging Sensors: Inductive/capacitive distance sensors, proximity switches, opto-sensors, light barriers Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, relays, gates, low-voltage switching devices Market overview of industrial apps 6 June Maintain, Munich, Jun , 2014 Achema, Frankfurt, Jun , 2015 Main topic Robotics + handling Embedded automation Renewable energies Building automation Apps in automation Process automation Production control: Process visualization, maintenance management (FDT/DTM, EDD/ EDDL), ERP, MES Engineering: Mechatronic project planning Controllers: Hard and soft PLC, compact PLC, engineering frameworks, process controllers Human machine interfaces (HMI): Signal lamps, push-buttons, signal indicators and operator controls, displays, monitors Propulsion technology: Actuators, motor protection, valves, frequency converters, actuators Measuring technology: Energy metering, data loggers, recorders, calibration devices Sensors: Vibration sensors, pressure, temperature, fill level, flow rate sensors, linear sensors, rotary encoders, position sensors Communications: Fieldbuses, Ethernet, modems, web servers, network/fieldbus diagnostics, remote I/O Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, explosion-protected components, casings, signal conditioning, measuring transducers
17 Schedule and Editorial CalendarT 2015 Issues 7 July Special section IEE Retrofit 8/9 August / September 10 October 18a November 11a SPS trade fair guide Date of publication Jul. 13, 2015 Jul. 13, 2015 Sep. 07, 2015 Oct. 01, 2015 Nov. 13, 2015 Nov. 13, 2015 Dec. 21, 2015 Jan. 12, 2016 Advertising deadline Jun. 18, 2015 Jun. 18, 2015 Aug. 13, 2015 Sep. 08, 2015 Oct. 21, 2015 Oct. 21, 2015 Nov. 26, 2015 Dec. 14, 2015 Editorial deadline May 29, 2015 May 29, 2015 Jul. 27, 2015 Aug. 20, 2015 Oct. 02, 2015 Oct. 02, 2015 Nov. 09, 2015 Nov. 27, 2015 Trade fairs Details see p. 12 EMO, Hanover, Sep , 2015 Fachpack, Nuremberg, Sep Oct. 01, 2015 Technology and know-how Management level Process level Field level Remote maintenance: Condition monitoring, telecontrol, cloud automation, M2M Engineering: Electrical CAD/CAE, 3D engineering, cable routing, control cabinet planning Industrial PCs: Panel PCs, rail-mounted/ control cabinet computers Safety & security: Safety PLC, secure actuators/sensors, secure communications, industrial security Sensors: Rotary encoders (heavy duty), temperature, fill level, flow rate sensors, inductive/capacitive distance sensors Communications: Wireless technologies, Bluetooth, fieldbuses, sensor-actuator networks Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, terminals, signal converters, I/O systems, cables and wires, electricity supply systems, energy/drag chains, casings, connectors Special section IEE Retrofit Technologies, components and solutions for modernizing machines, systems and building infrastructures. System optimization Increasing efficiency Energy saving Performance increases Best practice from the industries Packaging machines, Plastics machinery Mechanical engineering Plant construction Production control: Scada, MES, PPS, MRP, BDE/machine data logging Engineering: Interdisciplinary project planning, data management Controllers: Hard and soft PLC, compact PLC, CNC control, motion control, efficient programming Human machine interface (HMI): Touch panels, control terminals, visualization software, web visualization Propulsion technology: Servo motors, AC/DC motors, geared motors, small drives, frequency converters, soft starters Sensors: Rotary encoders, proximity switches, opto-sensors, light barriers Communications: Fieldbuses, Ethernet, network components Electromechanics/interfaces: Low-voltage switching devices, cables and wires, energy/drag chains Motek, Stuttgart, Oct , 2015 Viennatec, Vienna, Oct , 2015 Fakuma, Friedrichshafen, Oct , 2015 Trade fair preview SPS IPC Drives, Nuremberg, Nov , 2015 Production control: MES/ERP systems, process visualization, Industry 4.0 Engineering: CAx, PDM/PLM, simulations, system optimization Image processing: Software, cameras, vision systems, barcode/identification systems, frame grabbers Industrial PCs: Rail-mounted/control cabinet computers, embedded systems, rack systems Propulsion technology: Servo motors, linear drives, frequency converters, motor protection, converter motors Sensors: Pressure, temperature, fill level, flow rate sensors, proximity switches, IO-Link Electromechanics/interfaces: Signal converters, relays, gates, circuit breakers, power adapters, energy supply/distribution, control cabinets, air conditioning components Blechexpo, Hanover, Nov , 2015 Trade fair edition SPS IPC Drives, Nuremberg, Nov , 2015 Remote maintenance: Condition monitoring, telecontrol, cloud automation, M2M Engineering: Digital factory, Electrical CAD/CAE Human machine interfaces (HMI): Touch panels, signal indicators and operator controls, displays, monitors Controllers: Hard and soft PLC, compact PLC, servo controllers, motion control, robotics Industrial PCs: Rail-mounted PCs, embedded systems, panel PCs Safety & security: Safety PLC, secure actuators/sensors, secure communications, industrial security Propulsion technology: Stepper motors, AC/DC motors, frequency converters, small drives, efficiency in drivetrains Measuring technology: Data collection/analysis, data loggers, measuring transducers Sensors: Rotary encoders, temperature sensors, inductive/capacitive distance sensors, proximity switches, opto-sensors, light barriers Communications: RFIF/identification technologies, fieldbuses, Ethernet, wireless technologies Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, electricity supply systems, cables and wires, energy/drag chains, casings, control cabinets Special edition on SPS IPC Drives, Nuremberg, Nov , 2015 Details see p. 13 All the news and trend topics from SPS IPC Drives Compact companion to the trade fair preparation Technology experts offer perspectives and insights into developments Strategy interviews with market leaders Tour planner for trade fair innovations: Apps, Drives, SPS/IPC Image processing Sensors Comprehensive careers section for your job ads 12 December SPS IPC Drives 2015 Trade fair follow up part 1 Production control: Process visualization, maintenance management (FDT/DTM, EDD/EDDL), virtual commissioning Engineering: Plant optimization, mechatronic project planning, 3D engineering Human machine interfaces (HMI): Touch panels, fixed and mobile terminals, HMI software, web visualization, tablets in manufacturing Controllers: Compact PLC, CNC controllers, servo controllers, motion control Safety & security: Safety PLC, secure actuators/sensors, secure communications, industrial security Propulsion technology: Servo motors, AC/DC motors, geared motors, frequency converters, soft starters, motor protection Sensors: Rotary encoders, linear displacement transducers, vibration sensors, IO-Link in use Electromechanics/interfaces: Signal converters, relays, gates, cables and wires, electricity supply systems, casings 1/2016 January 2016 SPS IPC Drives 2015 Trade fair follow up part 2 Production control: ERP software, Scada/MES systems Engineering: Electrical CAD/CAE, interdisciplinary project planning Industrial PCs: Panel PCs, rail-mounted/control cabinet computers, embedded systems, CPU modules, COM, mobile PCs, operating systems, rack systems Image processing: Hardware and software, cameras, vision sensors, barcode/identification systems, frame grabbers, lighting Propulsion technology: Linear drives, frequency converters, motor protection, valves Measuring technology: Data collection/analysis, data loggers, measuring transducers, energy metering Sensors: Pressure, temperature, fill level, flow rate sensors, inductive/capacitive distance sensors, proximity switches, opto-sensors Communications: Fieldbuses, Ethernet, network components Electromechanics/interfaces: Installation technology, low-voltage switching devices, cables and wires, energy/drag chains Main topic Ports, ships & offshore Packaging technology Assembly technology + handling Metalworking Apps in automation Efficient use of resources
18 Special Edition 90 Years of Hightech & Innovation 90 Years of Hightech & Innovation The success stories of the world market leaders and hidden champions THE OCCASION Hüthig Verlag is celebrating its 90 th anniversary in Publisher Dr. Alfred Hüthig ( ) took a chance in 1925, in the midst of the eventful golden 20s, founding his own company a true entrepreneur. The company turned out to be a great success. Dr. Alfred Hüthig built the publishing house carrying his name into one of the largest and most successful specialist publishers in Germany and Europe. Since 1999, Hüthig Verlag has been part of the Süddeutscher Verlag media group in Munich and remains one of the largest providers of specialist publications. THE SPECIAL EDITION This anniversary is reason enough to reflect on this long history, focusing on innovations and technical advancements in German and international industry during this time as part of an exclusive special issue.
19 CONTENT & CONCEPT The range of content starts with a historical industrial summary which presents everything from the development of structured mass production and automation through electronics, information technology and the paradigm shift towards Industry 4.0. This is followed by the two main sections of the special edition. First, we present producers and brands which have written, and continue to write, success stories with their products and services. This also includes the engineering that made German products among the best in the world with their typical innovative and high-quality characteristics. Last but not least, there is a section which focuses on prospects going forward and the future. Everything will be networked - people, machines, vehicles. And there are new players making the headlines - Google, Apple and co. Will they turn the screw on traditional industry? What are the strategies of Bosch, Volkswagen & co.? It is a fight between systems. YOUR ADVANTAGES Seize this one-off opportunity to secure your spot in this exclusive special edition. TOP topics 200 pages of success stories, trends and future prospects TOP circulation 100,000 copies* TOP distribution Decision-makers from mechanical engineering, the automobile industry as well as other attractive branches of industry. Part of the circulation is also earmarked for selected mainstream press sales points at stations and airports as well as on-board offerings with selected airlines. Magazine format: DIN A4 (210 mm wide, 297 mm high) DATES Date of publication: October 08, 2015 Advertising deadline: September 08, 2015 Editorial deadline: August 31, 2015 Secure your spot in this unique publication today and request a tailored offer. CONTACT PERSON: Anja X Breuer, Tel , This special edition is not IVW certified. * Publisher s statement 20/21
20 Website Profile1 all-electronics.de 1 Website (URL): 2 Profile in brief: all-electronics.de is the media specialist portal for five electronics trade magazines of Hüthig GmbH. The portal focuses chiefly on the topics of electronic development, electronic manufacturing and automation. In addition to up-to-the-minute information and new products, the portal s journalistic focus centers on solid technical articles, background reports and technical knowledge. Contents are initially published online and optimized for the internet, prior to being published in the five Hüthig Verlag electronics trade magazines. The user also has extensive research facilities at hand in the business directory, which contains over 5,000 companies listed by specific industry. And the online presence is reinforced by a newsletter with over 16,500 registered subscribers. The offering is rounded out by an extensive job market featuring positions for skilled staff and executive management in the electronics industry. 3 Target group: The portal s target group is comprised of developers and decision-makers in the electronics industry, as well as automation specialists from all industries. The majority of users are engineers and designers. 4 Publisher: Hüthig GmbH 5 Editorial Contact: Dr.-Ing. Achim Leitner, Editor-in-chief Tel.: Contact Online Advertising: Frank Henning, Advertising Manager Tel.: Anja Breuer, Advertising Manager Tel.: Data delivery: Sabine Greinus Tel.: Complete Media Kit Facts Traffic 1, visits / month, page impressions / month. minutes average dwell time, newsletter subscribers Content technical articles product reports news interviews videos Channels business components embedded datacom measuring + testing e-manufacturing automation applications dates job market videos all-electronics.de is IVW certified 1 Source: IVW, as of 4/2014, non-search engine traffic 22
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