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Five exhibitions join for a Bigger 2020 Electronics Manufacturing Show


Date: 2020-03-31

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TAITRONICS, AIoT Taiwan, TPCA Show, OPTO TAIWAN, and Laser & Photonics Taiwan Join for a Bigger 2020 Electronics Manufacturing Show


The biggest electronics show will combine TAITRONICS, AIoT Taiwan, TPCA Show, OPTO TAIWAN, and Laser & Photonics Taiwan to integrate a complete international electronics manufacturing show from October 21-23, 2020, at Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 (TaiNEX 1). The joint exhibition includes electronic components, optoelectronics, lasers, printed circuit boards, connectors, system integration, and IoT solutions. This combination presents a complete electronics manufacturing industry. It is expected to use nearly 2,500 booths for new business opportunities in the 5G era.


Laser & Photonics Taiwan organized by Taiwan Laser Technology Application Association, Industrial Technology Research Institute, and Chan Chao Int'l Co., Ltd., enters its 8th year. Laser & Photonics Taiwan includes exhibitions, industrial product forums, and laser craft competitions. This year, Laser & Photonics Taiwan will organize 6 pavilions: VCSEL 3D sensing pavilion, laser source pavilion, precise optical pavilion, metalworking pavilion, laser micro-machining pavilion, and laser component pavilion. The international forum will be an excellent platform for buyers and exhibitors to meet and network. Invitations are extended to experts, scholars, and associations from around the world to participate and present the most advanced laser technology and industry trend. A laser craft competition will be held during the exhibition. Makers from various fields create artworks to present their creativity with laser processing and cutting.


Entering the 46th edition this year, TAITRONICS is the only professional electronic exhibition in Taiwan. Exhibition areas include electronic components and accessories, instruments, batteries and power supplies, motors, and automation equipment, presenting the complete electronic industry chain. With the advantages of Taiwan's ICT industry and AIoT Taiwan, these shows capture related technologies such as 5G network equipment, and smart application services, and implement IoT applications to realize smart application technology.


During the joint exhibition, there will be specialty pavilions such as cloud IoT pavilion and smart life and healthcare pavilion. During the exhibition, more than 30 professional forums and seminars will be held. The industry forum to be organized by IisC (IoT Integrated Service Center) and TIOTA (Taiwan IoT Association) will focus on technical solutions for chips, modules, and IoT product manufacturing processes, gather Taiwan's electrical and electronics industry to expand global business opportunities.


The 21st TPCA Show connects the PCB industry supply chain in a comprehensive way to showcase the latest manufacturing trends in the industry. This year's exhibition will focus on 3 areas: “SMT Surface Mount Area”, established for the first time to work with the United States IPC to jointly promote the global SMT and further strengthen the Taiwan printed circuit board industry supply chain connection. The “PCB Factory 5G Display Area” includes high frequency, high speed, and other materials, focusing on 5G related applications such as 5G communication, connected cars, self-driving cars, Industry 4.0, and smart factories. The “Smart Manufacturing Display Area” is the cooperation between the Taiwan Printed Circuit Association and the Institute of Information Industry to complete the establishment of industrial blueprints and standards while promoting exemplary alliances.


At the same time, the IMPACT seminar will focus on the discussion of packaging processes and printed circuit board technologies in the next generation of high-speed computing. In addition to providing a platform for printed circuit board manufacturers and upstream and downstream manufacturers, TPCA Show 2020 also looks to exposing the latest electronics manufacturing technology integration through the show, which will overcome traditional limitations and become one of the show highlights.


OPTO TAIWAN has grown with various technology industries in the past 30 years. It is the only optical and optoelectronic international professional exhibition platform in Taiwan. In 2020, it will focus on technologies such as “Automotive Photonics”, “Biomedical Photonics, “Communication Photonics”, “Display Photonics”, and “Environmental Photonics”. In addition, a series of seminars will be held on LiDAR autonomous driving, epidemic prevention technology, 5G optical fiber communication, Micro LED, silicon photonics, and quantum technology seminars to demonstrate advanced technologies, product development, industrial status, and business matchmaking. This large-scale photonics industry event gathers local and international photonics industry professionals to participate in the exchange of industrial information and technological innovation. Meanwhile, the concurrently held Tech Innovation Awards demonstrate the technical strength and the versatile development trends of Taiwan photonics industry and is a must-see event during the exhibition.


This joint electronics exhibition is organized by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), Taiwan Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA), Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA), the Photonics Industry & Technology Development Association (PIDA), Taiwan Laser Technology Application Association (TLTAA), and Institute of Printed Circuits (IPC). They cooperate to promote the strength of the industry and demonstrate Taiwan’s innovative R&D capabilities. With efforts from each association, they aim to strive for more business opportunities and simultaneously provide great convenience to international visitors and media for a one-stop visit.


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