04. September 2019, 09:39 Uhr | Ingo Kuss
Heritaged from electronica China, the first electronica South China will be unveiled at Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center on November 3-5, 2020. It will continue focusing on electronic components, systems and applications, and innovative Applications.
Messe Muenchen announced that electronica, its world-renowned “Olympic event” for the electronic industry, will start a new spin-off event in Shenzhen. The first electronica South China will be unveiled at the newly completed Shenzhen International Convention and Exhibition Center (Bao'an) on November 3-5, 2020. electronica South China will take its root in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) and cover the markets in South and Southwest China as well as Southeast Asia. The exhibition is going to build a high-quality innovation platform for the entire electronics industry chain and bring together leading enterprises, high-quality buyers and industry professionals from all over the world to offer innovation and vitality to the already booming electronics industry in South China.
Mr. Stephen Lu, Chief Operating Officer of Messe München Shanghai Co., Ltd. said: “Under the overall planning of the GBA, the electronic market in South China is very active and has unlimited potential for innovation and development. Shenzhen needs a high-quality, tech-intensive, innovative and comprehensive exhibition platform that fits its position and demand. Through the exhibition of the complete industrial chain, from electronic components to system integration solutions, we also hope to bring more innovative products and tailored solutions to South China. Together with the exhibitors and visitors, we can contribute to the industry a new event with rich content and innovative methods and promote innovation and creativity in the industry."
Exhibition space of the first opening of electronica South China will cover 40,000 square meters and feature more than 500 high quality exhibitors from China and abroad. Innovative technologies such as AI, 5G, and Internet of Things are empowering the industry, and the “smart+” solutions will become mainstream for different application scenarios. electronica South China will focus on the three highly promising innovation applications - Smart Mobility, Smart Factory and Smart Life - to offer a better grasp of the development and opportunities of the smart technology in terminal industries.
The co-location of Vision China (Shenzhen), Automation and EMA, productronica South China, and Laser South China will facilitate the integration of the exhibitions and offer cutting-edge technologies in the upstream and downstream of the electronics industry chain to accelerate the innovation and upgrading of the industry.