PCIM Asia, an international exhibition and conference for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management, will be open for trade buyers from 26 – 28 June at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center. The three-day event will welcome over 80 international and domestic exhibitors, and cover 7,000 sqm of exhibition space. Buyers can expect to source the latest selection of power electronics technologies and products under the categories of power semiconductors and modules, passive components, thermal management, test and measurement, and more.
For the 2019 edition, five specific zones are allocated in order to provide a comprehensive show experience for visitors. The featured areas include the E-mobility Zone, E-Automation Zone, Posters Session Area, Newcomer Pavilion and University Zone. Buyers will not only be able to discover the most recent products and technologies of the power electronics industry, but also have the chance to communicate with academics from various renowned universities like Tsing Hua University, Shanghai Maritime University and Zhejiang University.
A number of prominent brands will participate in this edition. They include AVX, BaSic, BYD, CeramTec, CRRC, Danfoss, Eagtop, Firstack, Fuji Electric, GaNPower, Heraeus, Hitachi Metals, Honeywell, Infineon, KEMET, LEM, MacDermid Alpha, Mitsubishi, OMICRON Lab, Power Integrations, ROHM, SANRISE, SEMIKRON, Silan, Topstek, Toshiba, Wevo and many others. Moreover, the show this year has also invited numerous buyer delegation groups to visit the fair. Some of the big names include Delta, Huawei, LG Electronics, Midea, Philips Lighting, SAIC-GM, Shanghai Electric and Siemens Medical Equipment.
Concurrent event programme offers impressive overview of the hottest industry trends
Apart from the exhibition section, PCIM Asia also offers unique opportunities for fairgoers to discover the latest market information and exchange future visions through the PCIM Asia Conference. One of the most important and influential conferences for power electronics in Asia, it is supported by industry leaders and academia including Infineon, Mitsubishi, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Technical University of Denmark and more. This year, over 45 conference papers will be presented during the conference, the poster sessions and the brand new tutorial sessions, encompassing the latest developments in silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) devices and their respective applications in renewable energy, transmission, and especially electric vehicles.
For more information, visit: www.pcimasia-expo.com