By DE Editors
electronica 2010 will be held at the New Munich Trade Fair Center Nov. 9-12. It will cover technologies, products, and solutions across the electronics industry, including semiconductors, sensors, measuring and testing, electronics design, passive components, power supply, PCBs and other non-mounted circuit carriers through to EMS.
Automotive electronics, digital signage, embedded systems, medical electronics, MEMS, photovoltaics and renewable energies are some of the topics that will be heavily featured at electronica 2010.
hybridica 2010 will be staged alongside electronica 2010 and will present the development and production of hybrid components.
In addition to the automotive-related exhibitions and the automotive forum, electronica 2010 will host an automotive conference Nov. 8-9. The first day will be dominated by strategy lectures by managers in the semiconductor, supply, and automotive industries. The second day will be reserved for technology developments and will be aimed at technical executives.
The conference program will be devoted to the topic of wireless. The Wireless Congress 2010: Systems Applications will illustrate the importance of wireless applications as a driving force for research and development in the electronics industry.
The CEO Round Table, a public podium discussion in which executives will exchange ideas and opinions in public, will be one of the highlights of the accompanying program of electronica 2010.
Discussions during electronica 2010 will be spread over a total of five forums. In addition to the automotive forum, they are the embedded forum, the e-signage forum, the electronica forum and the ZVEI forum.
Technical presentations and discussions will be the focal points of the application-oriented forums. The electronica forum and ZVEI forum will concentrate on general technology topics and other applications such as MEMS, medical electronics, wireless, organic electronics, photovoltaics and renewable energies.
For more information, visit the electronica 2010 site.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.