Link Engineering and Link Europe GmbH exhibited along with fifty other companies at the first EuroBrake conference and exhibition in April. Roy Link, as a member of the advisory board, helped to make the show a success with over 650 attendees.
Link was proud to present current information on test variability and recent developments with compressibility measurements. Over 100 technical papers were published on the following topics: Advanced Brake Technologies, Friction and Raw Materials, Friction Interface Dynamics; Fundamental Mechanisms Brake Systems in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles; Recuperation, and Braking within Advanced Chassis Control Systems.
Link Europe has continually expanded capabilities at its Limburg, Germany headquarters that are located nearby Frankfurt to support its growing base of European customers. By the end of 2012, Link will have three NVH and two performance dynamometers, as well as compressibility, RTV, and vehicle testing capabilities in place.
The first EuroBrake engineering conference and exhibition was a great success. Mark your calendar for the 2013 EuroBrake to be held in June 17th-19th at the International Congress Centre in Dresden, Germany.