By Nick Gilbert
NEPCON South China 2012 is set to take place from 28 to 30, August 2012 in China at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. The organizing committee will be holding over 10 industry authoritative conferences at the event. NEPCON South China has served as an important resource for the electronics production equipment and manufacturing industry.
Leading organizations in the industry are collaborating with the organizers to provide professional conferences which will provide information about the latest trends in current electronics industry, manufacturing and industrial technology.
The high-level automobile manufacturing industry summit, “Society of Automotive Engineers Congress Asia” (SAE Congress Asia) is to make its debut at the NEPCON South China 2012. Automobile experts will discuss the industry trends and latest technology on electric automobiles, and component production.
The SAE International Hong Kong and Reed Exhibitions have co-created the SAE Congress Asia summit. Two editions with the themes of “Low Carbon Mobility” and “Drives for Greener Lives” have been held. This year, the theme will be “Green Mobility.”
The SMTA China South Technical Conference 2012 will be held during the exhibition. Experts will publish papers on electronics manufacturing and assembly, emerging technologies, business focus, the roadmap for technology and industry, and other topics.
Miniaturization of electronic components has placed increasing demands on the electrostatic control. Wrists straps, antistatic floors and clothes cannot address this miniaturization.
The China Electronic Instrument Industry Association ESD Equipment Branch and Reed Exhibitions are jointly holding the “ESD Technical Forum”.
China is presently the world’s largest automobile market. The demand for automotive electronics is increasing and the sale of China’s automotive electronics is expected to grow to $29.9 billion by 2015.
NEPCON and EDN CHINA will be holding the Automotive Electronics Forum 2012 which will be attended by leading IC and component manufacturers.