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Hot topics in bearing tech – SKF at the Bearing World conference

SKF is excited to announce its participation in the 5th International FVA-Conference, scheduled for June 25-26, 2024, in Würzburg, Germany. The event is a must-attend for anyone interested in the latest advancements in bearing technology.

If you are passionate about bearings, the Bearing World conference offers the perfect environment to exchange knowledge and experiences with both university researchers and industry experts. The focus will be on every aspect of bearings and their components, with a special emphasis on rolling bearings. Attendees can look forward to discussions on the newest trends and challenges in the field. 

The conference will showcase a variety of presentations from leading experts in the industry. Among these, we are particularly excited to highlight two presentations from SKF:  

Freddy Hernandéz from SKF Group in Gothenburg, SE, will present on how SKF is pioneering advancements with next-generation bearings. These innovations incorporate AI, smart materials, and embedded sensing technologies, all designed to enhance performance and efficiency across multiple applications. 

Dr. Predrag Andric from SKF Group in Houten, NL, will focus on the microstructure of bearing steel and its influence on micropitting resistance. His session will provide both theoretical insights and experimental findings, showcasing cutting-edge research from SKF. 

Don’t miss this opportunity!  

For more information and to register, visit the FVA-Conference website. 

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