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5/2014 - September/October

Two major industry events characterized the summer period: one in the name of tradition, Elevcon 2014, the other is a novelty, Italy Eleva first edition.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the International Congress of Elevator Engineers (organized by the IAEE) was back to France... the country where, in 1986, it all began. In the report, Fabio Liberali traces the central moments of the event, from its origins until today, remembering, among other things, that in the last four editions our magazine has promoted the High Tech Award, an award given to the most innovative of the congress paper. This year the prize was awarded to Jochem Wit, Deerns, the Netherlands, with a paper titled “Elevators: the potential of mixed-use high-rise buildings”.
In Lake Garda, Lazise (VR - Italy), the adventure of ItaliaEleva was launched: the convention & miniexpo conceived and promoted by ANACAM and ANICA industry associations.
We can safely say that this first edition was successful among the sector operators. We will therefore update you on any second edition.
In our report, we report several quotes and the opinions of exhibitors and organizers, collected during the event.
Topical Subjects continues with the ANIE annual assembly, an always valuable opportunity for economic and market data.
In Standards, Law and Regulations, we point out the article by Fabrizio Nicoli, extensively reporting the EN 1090 news on structural carpentry and the article by Marco Marchetti, EPSA president, on the forthcoming revision of EN 81-41 standard establishing the safety rules for the construction and installation of lifting platforms and the EN 81-42 on the so-called “slow elevators”.
Finally, do not forget to carefully read the full Contents where you will certainly find other useful articles for your professional development.

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P. IVA 04375150960
Association of Elevator Engineers
Italian National Association of Elevator Component Manufacturers
European Federation for Elevator Small and Medium sized Enterprises
International organisation for transportation by rope
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