Randy Stott, Associate Publisher & Managing Editor, has a Bachelor's degree in journalism and an MBA in marketing. His background includes a wide variety of technical writing and editing in the automotive, software and manufacturing industries. He was instrumental in the launching of geartechnology.com in 1996, powertransmission. com in 1997 and Power Transmission Engineering in 2007. He joined Gear Technology in 1994 and became managing editor in 1998.
Yeah, there are going to be fewer exhibitors than typical IMTS shows. You'll probably even see some unclaimed booth space. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't go. In fact, this might be the best IMTS you'll ever have the chance to attend, especially if you have an interest in automation technology, motion control and precision mechanical components. As in years past, Hannover Messe USA will be co-located with IMTS. The Hannover Messe pavilion will be located in the East (Lakeside) building of Chicago's McCormick Place, along with the IMTS Mechanical Components pavilion. Power transmission and motion control with a view: what could be better?
We’re starting to see some encouraging signs of life from the trade show industry. Recent shows have bounced back in a big way, including Automate 2022 and MODEX 2022. Will the upcoming IMTS and Hannover Messe USA continue the trend?
After 15 Years in Print and 25 Years Online, the Power Transmission Engineering Brand is Stronger than Ever This issue marks the 15th anniversary of the launching of Power Transmission Engineering as a print magazine. Happy birthday, us! We created this magazine to provide a technical and informational resource on gearboxes, bearings, couplings and other mechanical power transmission components.
Everybody’s making electric cars these days. Luxury cars, sports cars, even trucks. And demand for them isn’t going to slow anytime soon, thanks to their better fuel efficiency, lower emissions, reduced noise and overall environmental friendliness. But there’s another factor, too. An electric vehicle is also a status symbol.