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Future technology displayed at electronica China



In 2017, electronica China broke all records: from 14 to 16 March, 1,230 exhibitors (13 per cent more than 2016) from 28 countries and regions presented their latest product developments. More than 68,215 visitors (eleven per cent YOY growth) came to Shanghai.

 - Discovering innovations at electronica China 2016.
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Discovering innovations at electronica China 2016.

On an exhibition space of more than 69,000 square meters, electronica China together with productronica China covered the entire market for electronic components, systems and applications. An accompanying program featuring the latest industrial trends in automotive, Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, medical, microgrid and Industry 4.0 rounded off the three trade-show days.

All about connectivity

Mr. Falk Senger, Managing Director from Messe Muenchen summed up positively: “The products and services unveiled at electronica China will touch nearly every single industry in Asia. electronica China and its attendees are creating a better connected future for all of us and huge value for the electronics industry globally.”

Edwin Tan, Chief Executive Officer from Messe Muenchen Shanghai, added: “This year’s show was all about connectivity - both in the form of the technologies unveiled and in the valuable face-to-face business connections happening throughout the show.”