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01 Nov: 57,000 trade visitors attend iba 2023

Trade visitors welcome iba’s comeback. This October, 1,073 exhibitors from 46 countries showcased their latest developments in 10 halls, for 57,000 visitors from 150 countries attending the show. The fair in Munich saw full aisles for an anticipated industry reunion. By comparison, more than 77,000 trade visitors from around 170 countries came to iba in 2018. In total, over 1,300 companies exhibited 5 years ago.


18 Oct: SENSURE to showcase smart vision inspection systems

At iba, SENSURE is showcasing its vision inspection solutions (STARGATE series), which use high-speed, non-contact imaging cameras and/or profilometer lasers to quantify a wide range of product quality parameters (shape, size, color, height, topping coverage, volume, etc.) at high speed. All solutions provide continuous and quantitative data that can be used to identify process issues and create a library of information for analysis.


03 Oct: ECD brings touchscreen profiling technology to iba

ECD will bring its thermal profiling technology to iba in October. The handheld M.O.L.E.™ EV6 sets a new benchmark for thermal data loggers, delivering instantaneous data access and intuitive control – now with a full-color touchscreen display. In addition to the six-channel M.O.L.E. EV6, the company’s BreadOMETER™, CakeOMETER™, and OvenBALANCER™ sensors will be demonstrated at the stand.


30 Aug: Artisan bakery trends take center stage at iba

Artisan bakery is one of the focus topics at iba in October 2023, combining tradition with innovation and national with international perspectives. The highlights will include exhibitor product presentations, dedicated action areas as well as lectures held at the iba.SPEAKERS AREA and the iba.FORUM. Competitions such as the German Championships of Master Bakers or the iba.UIBC.CUP of Bakers and Confectioners will also bring craftsmanship into the spotlight.