Messe München Articles
New Exhibition Director for electronica
electronica has a new Exhibition Director. She is Katja Stolle, who has been with Messe München over 13 years. Katja Stolle joined Messe München in 2006 after earning a degree in humanities. In 2012, she took over the exhibition management of analytica – the leading international trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology.
LOPEC 2017 looks set to impress
With the printed electronics industry now moving quickly from theory and ideas to real solutions, applications and products, LOPEC 2017 is set to provide conference delegates and exhibition visitors alike with the chance to see just how far this technology has come in the past decade. LOPEC will take place at the end of March next year.
New Exhibition Director for LOPEC
LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for Printed Electronics, has a new exhibition director. She is Barbara Ismaier who brings a wealth of experience and expertise with exhibitions to the role.
Positive signs for LOPEC 2107
The 2016 global revenue for products using printed and organic electronics is estimated at 26.9 billion US dollars, an annual increase of 31.8 percent since 2010. And according to the consulting firm Smithers Apex, the market volume is predicted to grow to an estimated 43 billion US dollars by 2020.
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA celebrates its 5th anniversary in Bangalore
From 21st-23rd September, 2016, LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA will celebrate five successful years of being India’s international gathering for the laser and photonics industry. The international trade fair started in India in 2012 and has grown since. In 2016, around 160 exhibitors on 4,000m2 of space with around 7,000 visitors will be part of the fair in Bangalore.
electronica to add an additional hall
The International Trade Fair for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications is getting closer, and exhibitor demand is enormous. As a result, the upcoming electronica from November 8 to 11th, 2016 will feature an additional hall and will then occupy a total of 13 halls at the Messe München trade-fair centre. However, that is not the only development at this year's international trade fair.
LOPEC increases its global presence with visitors from 40 countries
This year’s LOPEC (the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry) which concluded today – April 7 - featured a record 148 companies from 18 countries as well as more than 2000 visitors from 40 countries. Falk Senger, Managing Director of organiser Messe München commented, "This year, we have seen our exhibitor numbers increase by over 10 percent. More and more sectors are putting their trust in ...
LOPEC 2016 will bring visitors and delegates right up to date
LOPEC 2016 (April 5 to 7 in Munich) will feature an extensive supporting program as well as the LOPEC Demo Line, which will give visitors the chance to watch a live demonstration of electroluminescent illuminated text being printed onto packaging. Also among the highlights are guided tours based around this year's key themes: the automotive sector, consumer electronics, and wearable technology.
The future of technology innovations bought to the market
On its 15th birthday, electronica China closed successfully, breaking records across the board and providing unparalleled opportunities for companies big and small to launch innovations to the Asian market. 1,088 exhibitors from 31 countries showcased at both trade fairs—electronica China and productronica China—their latest technologies across 62,000 square meters of exhibition space this week.
New exhibition director for LOPEC
Carolin Fischer has been appointed Exhibition Director for LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry. She replaces Anja Schneider, who has taken up a new post as Exhibition Director for AUTOMATICA, the trade fair for industrial automation.
LOPEC 2016 to highlight smart labels and printed sensors
LOPEC 2016, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, will open its doors in Munich between April 5 and 7. Highlights will include smart labels, printed sensors and glass on roll as a substrate material.
Exhibition results confirm the event as an excellent business platform
SPS IPC Drives was the highlight for the electric automation industry in 2015. Facts and figures of the detailed analysis as well as of the exhibitor and visitor survey speak for themselves. The international trade fair for electric automation, systems and components convinced the highly qualified exhibitors and visitors with new records again in 2015.
Wearable Technology to be a focus at LOPEC 2016
LOPEC 2016 (April 5–7 in Munich) will feature smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other wearable technology and wearables will also be on the agenda at the LOPEC Conference, where top-class speakers from companies such as Adidas will be in attendance.
Expert interview about the LOPEC Conference 2016
The printed electronics industry is still in the midst of an upswing. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for printed electronics, brings together researchers, developers and users from this industry. This event takes place from April 5th–7th, 2016 in Munich, Germany. In a recent interview, two industry experts and members of the LOPEC Board talk about last year’s developments in the industry of organic and printed...
LOPEC adds market leaders to exhibitor list
LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry, will bring together market leading suppliers from Europe, Asia and the USA. LOPEC will be held from April 5 to 7, 2016 in the ICM—Internationales Congress Center Munich.
productronica hosts trio of product launches
Productronica attracted 38,000 visitors from nearly 80 countries for its 40th anniversary show including an increased presence from Asia/Pacific. Three test and measurement companies brought debut-making products to Bavaria. Pico Technology debuted the PicoSource PG900 Series pulse generators. These are high-speed, low-cost instruments for use in single-ended and differential pulsed measurement applications.
LOPEC 2016 to bring technology and business together
The international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry, LOPEC, will again take place in Munich next April. The two day exhibition (April 6–7) and three day conference (April 5–7) will give visitors and delegates a chance to learn about all the latest developments in this increasingly important technology sector.
Printed electronics to be featured at productronica
Key personnel from the printed electronics industry are coming together at productronica and will be giving technical presentations in Hall B3 on November 11. Real products and demonstrations of printed electronics technology will be presented on the LOPEC and OE-A exhibition stand - B3.141.
Angela Marten becomes Exhibition Director of electronica
Angela Marten has been appointed as the new Exhibition Director of electronica, the International Trade Fair for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications, since 7th September, 2015. She succeeds Anke Odouli, who is on parental leave. As Exhibition Group Director, Nicole Schmitt is still responsible for Messe München's global network of electronics fairs.
electronica & productronica India visitors up 32%
electronica India and productronica India 2015 ended on a high note with 15,435 visitors and 352 exhibitors, representing 634 companies, showcasing their products, solutions and services at the trade fairs from 9th to 11th September, 2015 at Pragati Maidan Exhibition Centre in New Delhi. Both exhibitors and visitors were extremely satisfied with the results of the trade fairs.