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electronica 2012 - Munich will again be the focus for the global electronics industry
News Release from:
13 January 2012
electronica 2012 takes place at the Munich Trade Fair Center from November 13 – 16, 2012 and will present visitors with the opportunity to view and discuss all the latest offerings from the global electronics industry
This year’s electronica will again bring the Global electronics industry together in Munich for the World’s largest trade fair dedicated to all aspects of electronics technology. electronica 2012 offers visitors the chance to see all the major players from key industry sectors such as power, semiconductors, interconnection, embedded and test and measurement as well as the chance to learn more about developments that are considered important for the industry’s future. Among other things, electronica 2012 will focus on topics such as e-mobility, automotive, embedded solutions and smart energy solutions.
Conferences and forums
electronica features a comprehensive and informative range of events for the automotive sector. Besides the exhibition sector, visitors can look forward to the electronica automotive conference and the automotive Forum. As always, the electronica automotive conference begins one day before the official opening of the fair and takes place on November 12 – 13, 2012. Strategy presentations from leading executives in the component, supply and automobile industry are planned for the first day. The second day will revolve around the latest developments for technical experts from the automotive industry, OEMs, component manufacturers and software developers with an emphasis on components.
The conference program continues on November 14 with the Wireless Congress, where industry specialists inform on current and future wireless technologies. electronica 2012 also has an extensive program of related events including four forums, i.e. the automotive Forum, the embedded Forum, the electronica Forum and the ZVEI Forum.
Picture shows Nicole Schmitt – Exhibition Director of electronica