TAITRONICS 2017: Opens the Big Pic On Applications & Smart Electronics

Many new trends will start at the autumn TAITRONICS 2017 when it unfolds October 11-14, 2017 at the Taipei NANGANG Exhibition Center, Hall 1. Behind the buzz will be 530 exhibitors using 1,000-plus booths to cover every link of the supply chain from up- to downstream supported by global cluster advantages which use in a new focus area that traces the industry’s shift into the AI and IoT market.

These exhibitors, recruited by organizers TAITRA and TEEMA, let TAITRONICS present a complete supply chain that holds a key position in the global electronics industry.

TAITRONICS 2017 unfolds under the theme “New Technology, New Applications” in ten winning product categories: Smart Manufacturing, Smart Living and Consumer Electronics, Broadband Products and Cloud Tech, Cells, Batteries and Power Supplies, Industrial Process and Automation Equipment, Electronic Components and Parts, Active and Passive Components, Meters and Instruments, and LED Lighting and Applications.

TAITRONICS 2017 leads the way in driving home the hot topics AI and IoT by encouraging cross-industry cooperation, vertical applications, and industrial “smart” waves. For the first time, the show features the AIoT Pavilion, which showcases Smart Home, Smart Manufacturing, Smart Healthcare, Smart Agriculture and Smart Transportation. To enhance the focus on AI and IoT, TAITRONICS has invited Asian startups to create a new smart electronics ecosystem.

TAITRONICS 2017 attracts international exhibitors from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Russia, India, Indonesia, and China. Key Exhibitors include Chroma ATE Inc.Smart Electronics, Excel Cell Electronic Co., GW Instek, Inventec, KING DESIGN Industrial Co., Switchlab Inc., Tenmars, Terng YO (Taiwan), First Resistor & Condenser Co. (Firstohm) and more!

The show is packed with feature events, such as one-on-one procurement match-making meetings, seminars and forums, and product launches. TAITRONICS 2017 will invite international professional buyers from leading EMS, SI and electronic component importers. For more information on the show or to register online for free admission, please check out the official website: www.taitronics.tw.

The curtain raiser of the show on the companies and their latest products is brought about by Devendra Kumar, Editor, ELE Times, from Taipei, Taiwan.

Know more about TAITRONICS 2017: Chang Gung University The Centre of Education and Excellence