Promoting Electronics Industry in India

‘electronica India 2012 and productronica India 2012’, to be held from 11 to 13 September in Bengaluru, is expected to play host to over 900 exhibitors, participating companies with country pavilions from China, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. The events will also have participation from Japan, Switzerland, USA, Italy, Spain and Malaysia, all together from 25 countries.
The exhibition includes leading companies and suppliers offering the latest manufacturing products and services in electronics and product manufacturing. In 2011, the shows managed to receive over 10,000 visitors and in 2012, the number of visitors is expected to be much higher than last year. Attractions this year would include the special exhibit areas like PCB pavillion, soldering competition & training programme conducted by IPC, which would focus on quality assurance initiatives.
The events will be accompanied by technical conferences; a symposium on Failure Analysis and Reliability of Electronics Assemblies (FARE) will be held on 12 September.  The conference offers a unique and timely focus on failure inspection methodologies and electronics reliability topics. Concurrently, for the first time, a conference namely SMALED (Surface Mount and Light Emitting Diodes) will be organised on the same day. SMALED will touch upon topics of current commercial developments in electronics manufacturing and solid state lighting, including high brightness (HB) LEDs and OLEDs.
“The strong presence of companies with the product spectrum of semiconductors, passive components, material processing, soldering technology and many more make the event one of the hot spots for electronics,” said Darryl Dasilva, CEO, MMI India.
‘electronica India and productronica India’ have proven to be one of the leading electronics trade shows in India and South Asia. The shows clearly demonstrate their close links to the world’s leading trade fairs, ‘electronica and productronica’ in Munich, Germany. The event is a key platform for companies in India and will act as catalyst to help business for the Indian electronics industry.

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