Industry to get a boost with electronica India and productronica India

02 July 2012

After an overwhelming response at Delhi, electronica India 2012 and productronica India 2012 will reyurn to the garden city of Bengaluru and will 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.

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. Major players exhibiting this year include Agilent Technologies, Juki India, Kaynes Technology, Leaptech Corporation, NMTronics, NXP Semiconductiors, ASYS Group, Bergen Systems, Panasonic Industrial Device, RS Components & Controls, Rohde & Schwarz India, STMicroelectronics, Maxim SMT Technologies, TATA Power SED, Renesas Electronics and Infineon.

The shows will be held at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) from 11-13 September 2012. Attractions this year will include the special exhibit areas like PCB Pavillion, Soldering competition and training programme conducted by IPC, which would focus on quality assurance initiatives. This would continue to build electronica India 2012 and productronica India 2012 to make it one of the most influential platforms for the Electronics Industry in the country.

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 2012. The conference offers a unique and timely focus on failure inspection methodologies and electronics reliability topics. As electronics assemblies become smaller and are exposed to increased thermal stress from lead-free manufacturing, the need for accurate analysis, identification and modelling of failure mechanisms increases. Increased reliability will reduce field failures and ultimately cost to manufacturers. This conference will provide attendees with a unique opportunity to examine, learn and debate business-critical manufacturing issues through industry discussion, technical collaboration and information sharing with international experts in the field.

electronica India 2012 and productronica India 2012 work closely with the Ministries and Official Organisations and are supported by all important Industry Associations. A major partner in this respect is the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Department of Information Technology. More than 15 Industry Associations which work actively towards the development of this industry support these events.

A critical component of this industry is the Contract Manufacturing/Electronic Manufacturing services (EMS) sector, which has received a major stimulus in the last few years, boosted particularly by Government initiatives to attract investments. India also offers high potential for electronic equipment manufacturing companies. Of the total production by 2015, the opportunity for the semiconductor and EMS companies is expected to reach 75,900 crores. Approximately, 125 Companies involved in designing semiconductors in India account for 6.5% of the global semiconductor revenues.

India is a growing market and the events prove to be good platforms for companies to showcase their products and get a feel of what is happening in the industry in terms of new technology and offerings. electronica India and productronica India are established platforms for electronic components and electronics production and is a good experience to see many international participants providing access to the emerging Indian market.

electronica India and productronica India are held in conjunction, annually. They are India's and South-Asia's leading fairs for electronic components, systems and applications along with electronics manufacturing and production technologies. Together the entire value-added chain of the electronics industry is presented.

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