Electronica India scheduled from 13 to 15 Sept 23 at BIEC Bengaluru
This year's Electronica India scheduled from 13 to 15 Sept 23 at BIEC Bengaluru. The 2023 editions to feature about 585 companies to showcase 5,000+ products.
This year initiatives:
"EVS live! – Solutions for Electric Vehicles” – to cater the sourcing requirements for electric vehicles, with the ever-increasing electronics content in automobiles and electric vehicles. With 100+ companies demonstrating electronics components and solutions for electric vehicles spread across 5,500+ sqm.
There will be a conference called “Semiconductor Market Geopolitical Landscape – India Projects” to look at growth of the semiconductor ecosystem in India.
Rajoo Goel, Secretary General, ELCINA says, “Semiconductor design and manufacturing in India holds tremendous importance for increasing the value addition of electronics manufacturing in the country. We have been partnering with electronica India and productronica India for several years as this platform has demonstrated leadership in bridging the buyer-seller ecosystem in India’s ESDM industry. As the country integrates rapidly with global value chains and becomes a trusted sourcing hub for electronics, it is even more critical for all domestic and international stakeholders to converge on a common platform like this. We look forward to more partnerships at electronica India and productronica India 2023 as the excitement builds up for SEMICON India 2024.”
Bhupinder Singh, CEO, Messe Muenchen India, says, “India is at an interesting inflection point in terms of electronics manufacturing and exports. With this tremendous growth, establishing robust supply chains for electronics product development is the need of the hour. This is the driving force behind electronica India and productronica India 2023. By bringing key stakeholders from the electronics, semiconductor, and EV ecosystem on a single platform, we continue to contribute immensely to the growth of Indian manufacturing industry. We are confident that all stakeholders will take back a wealth of ideas, connections, and business opportunities from this platform.”
Dr Reinhard Pfeiffer, CEO, Messe München, adds, “While continuing to serve the Indian industry, electronica India and productronica India have emerged as truly international platforms that bring together global technology suppliers who are keen to leverage the country’s surging domestic demand as well as export potential. This edition will be very exciting as domestic manufacturing expands into more value-added technologies and solutions. EVS live! Promises to showcase the best of Indian engineering for the global electric vehicles industry. We extend our best wishes to the organizing team, partner associations, and all participants at this upcoming edition.”
The focused buyer-seller meetings are another attraction of these trade fairs, and this edition will curate 2,000+ meetings between buying companies and suppliers of high-tech components and services.