The Electronics of the Future Are Smart, Safe, and Secure

More than 3100 exhibitors from over fifty countries provided an insight into the electronics of the future with their solutions and products at the Munich trade fair site. The focal topics included blockchain, artificial intelligence, and medical electronics.

electronica 2018 with 80,000 visitors – an increase of 10 % (Source: Messe München)

80,000 trade visitors from over eighty countries came to Munich. Visitor satisfaction again reached a new all-time high, as the survey shows: 99 percent of visitors gave the event a rating of good to excellent. Top visitor countries were Germany followed by Italy, Austria, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, France, Switzerland, the US, the Russian Federation, China, and Poland. Physicians and electronics engineers discussed for the first time the future of medicine at the Electronica Medical Electronics Conference (eMEC).

The topic of the discussion was “The Connected Human: Healthier thanks to electronics and data?” More than three hundred exhibitors from Semicon Europa showcased their solutions and products from the field of semiconductor production in Hall A4. Ajit Manocha, CEO and president of the industry association SEMI, stated: “Our exhibitors are very pleased with the new collaboration – it’s a real benefit for the electronics industry.”

Next year Semicon Europa will be held as part of Productronica. The next Electronica will take place from November 10 – 13, 2020. (Source: Messe München)

Link: electronica, 10 – 13 November 2020, Messe München, Germany


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