S. Jensen
Hydraulic components remain an important technology

Help Shape the Future of Power & Motion Content

June 5, 2024
Share your input on topics and more to help shape content on the ever-evolving fluid power and electric motion control space.

It's hard to believe we're already almost half way through 2024 — which means it's time to start making plans for next year. Over the next several weeks the Power & Motion team will be evaluating the topics to cover in 2025 and what methods we'll use for doing so. 

There is a lot going on in the world of fluid power and electric motion control, from electrification in its various forms bringing new technology requirements to efficiency gains increasing in criticality to the need to create more connected and monitored systems. And we want to ensure we're bringing you the most valuable information in the most effective manner possible, so we're asking for our readers input on the topics they'd like to see us cover and how we cover them: 

  • Are hydraulics and pneumatics still a dominant technology in your market?
  • What percentage of fluid power technologies are being replaced by electronic alternatives?
  • Do you find economic and market trend data of interest?
  • Are videos about technology and trends in the industry of interest? 

These are some of the questions we'd like our readers thoughts on so our team can be sure Power & Motion is delivering the content you want and need. You can take our reader survey, or reach out to me at any time at [email protected]

I'm always interested in hearing from readers about what they like or don't like, the topics they'd like to see us cover or just to keep us informed about what is going on in the industry. Are there new technologies and trends coming in the future we need to be watching for? Do you prefer print or digital delivery methods, or both? What industry conferences or trade shows should we be attending or monitoring for more industry insights?

I want to hear it all because in case I haven't said it enough already, I want to be sure this publication continues to provide readers with the information they want now and into the future. So please, feel free to reach out at any time with your thoughts, comments or questions and take our survey to help inform the content direction of Power & Motion in 2025 and beyond.

About the Author

Sara Jensen | Executive Editor, Power & Motion

Sara Jensen is executive editor of Power & Motion, directing expanded coverage into the modern fluid power space, as well as mechatronic and smart technologies. She has over 15 years of publishing experience. Prior to Power & Motion she spent 11 years with a trade publication for engineers of heavy-duty equipment, the last 3 of which were as the editor and brand lead. Over the course of her time in the B2B industry, Sara has gained an extensive knowledge of various heavy-duty equipment industries — including construction, agriculture, mining and on-road trucks —along with the systems and market trends which impact them such as fluid power and electronic motion control technologies. 

You can follow Sara and Power & Motion via the following social media handles:

X (formerly Twitter): @TechnlgyEditor and @PowerMotionTech

LinkedIn: @SaraJensen and @Power&Motion

Facebook: @PowerMotionTech

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