International Electronist Exhibition in Turkey
The 5th edition of the International Electronist Exibition, organized by Turkish Marmara Fair Organization, will be held between the 6th and the 9th of October this year. The exhibition has started building traditions in presenting the new technologies and business opportunities in the field of the electronics sub-industry, components, embedded systems and power supplies.
The number of direct exhibitors has grown from 28 in 2012, when the first show was, to 94 in 2015. The range of visitors is around 16 000 - 18 00 people at each exhibition. The International Electronist Exhibition is also the largest meeting platform for the electronics sub-industry in the region. This year marks the first time the International Electronist Exhibition will not be held under the Led&Led Lighting Exhibition, but as a separate trade show due to its growing scope and participants.
Last year the exhibition was visited by customers from over 60 countries from 6 world regions, such as Germany, Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Lebanon, Egypt, Romania, Macedonia, Britain, China, Ukraine, Greece, Iraq, Italy, Albania, Cyprus and many others.
Exhibitors from Canada, China, Chech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, the USA and from other leading countries have exhibited at the trade show last year. This year the organizers preparing the International Electronist Exhibition expect the wide business connections built up in the previous 4 years to get enforced and to expand as well.
The International Electronist Exhibition 2016 will take place in Istanbul Expo Center in Istanbul. It will bring together people working in the electronic industry and will be a meeting place for discussing and trading new technologies and solutions in many industries. The show will present technological innovations and environmentally conscious products to its visitors.
Usually, by participating in the trade show, the exhibitors gain access not only to a big audience to present their work and products, but also get introduced into new markets and gain real, not only potential buyers. As every exhibition, Electronist is also a good place for increasing sales, while spending minimal time and budget.
The International Electronist Exhibition of Istanbul will discuss the new levels of electronics and technology development and its direct and indirect influence on the everyday life and professional performance. It will present products and services compliant with the new employment of electronic industries.
It will also give conference regarding the new world stage of industry processes called Industry 4.0 and the related Internet of Things (IoT). There will be conferences and products in accordance with the new development stage of the industry as a whole.
The main product groups at the International Electronist Exhibition will be semiconductors, electromechanical components, embedded systems, connectors, indicators, sensors, power supplies, smart cards, PCB’s, and industrial automation systems.
Some of the visitors at the Electronist exhibition include corporate and production managers, design and packaging engineers, technical directors and specialists, government officials, production planners, sales managers, engineers in the spheres of R&D, Design, Service and Support, Test and Inspection, Projects, Process development, Production and Assembly, etc.
Visitors and exhibitors of the Electronist Exhibition work in the fields of telecommunication, automation, industrial installations, mechanical equipment, medical equipment and others. Some of the visitors will be electronics manufacturers in automobile, aviation and defence industries, communication companies, security companies, and electricity companies.
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