Asian power electronics fair opens in June
The 2019 edition of PCIM Asia is coming to Shanghai in June to showcase the most recent innovations and solutions in power electronics, with many well-known companies having already confirmed their participation. Highly recognised by industry peers, it is anticipated that the exhibition and concurrent events will answer the growing needs for power electronics and bring immense advantage to both the exhibitors and visitors.
Jointly organised by Shanghai Pudong International Exhibition Corp, Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt and Mesago Messe Frankfurt, PCIM Asia is a specialised event for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management, serving as an effective trading platform for industry-leading suppliers to gain marketing and networking opportunities. The fair not only helps these professionals to exchange ideas, but also to keep up with current technology trends.
This year, returning exhibitors from inside and outside of China have confirmed their attendance and are prepared to present their newest products and innovative solutions in the power electronics field. Some of the prominent brands confirmed for the 2019 edition include:
- Fuji Electric (China), a global manufacturer of power semiconductors and chips;
- Hangzhou Firstack Technology, a high-tech power electronics enterprise that focuses on the R&D of IGBT gate drivers and power stacks; and
- Infineon Technologies China, one of the world's leading semiconductor manufacturers.
To echo the progressive development of electric vehicles (EVs), the E-mobility Zone will be featured at PCIM Asia for the second time, with an area twice as large as in 2018. Together with a series of events, the E-mobility Zone will provide industry players with opportunities to explore and discuss the latest innovations and future development trends of EVs.
The zone will cover four different aspects related to EVs, including power trains, smart battery management, onboard chargers and DC/DC converters. From single modules to vehicle management, an array of EV products and their respective application technologies will be displayed at the area. A number of exhibitors have already confirmed their participation, including AkzoNobel (China) Investment, CeramTec, Isabellenhütte Heusler and more.
The PCIM Asia Conference will meanwhile gather some of the world’s leading industry experts in Shanghai to present the latest power electronics applications and engage in in-depth technical discussions. It is expected that more than 60 conference papers will be presented during the conference and the poster sessions. Details of the conference program will be announced in the coming months.
To be held from 26–28 June at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center, the three-day show is expected to welcome nearly 100 exhibitors, while visitor numbers are expected to exceed 8000. For more information, visit www.pcimasia-expo.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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