China’s Premier Electronics Design Show IIC-China Opens Today.
Global Sources announced that the 19th IIC-China opens today at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, China’smajor electronics design and manufacturing center. The event runs through Friday, Sept. 5 and is held concurrently with the China International Optoelectronic Expo (CIOE), the world’s largest optoelectronics event.
Brandon Smith, President of Global Sources’ joint venture eMedia AsiaLimited, said: “We are a media company that brings the latest technology and market information to China’s electronics industry community to help them innovate and succeed. IIC’s multi-track conferences, exciting live demo and dynamic show floor are all designed with this objective in mind. It is the event for any engineer who wants to stay current with the hottest design trends, cutting-edge solutions and the latest industry developments.”
Technology vendors use IIC as a platform to introduce new products in the China market in addition to promoting existing solutions. For example, Silicon Labs today introduced two economical, easy-to-use development kits at their booth in the Internet of Things (IoT) & Wearable Zone. These kits are intended to accelerate the design of environmental and biometric sensing applications for a wide range of IoT products.
The four-day event also features close to 100 technical presentations, including eight specially-designed conference tracks:
- IoT Technology & Applications
- Wearable Electronics
- Smartphone & Tablet PC
- Automotive Electronics
- Power Management & Power Semiconductors
- Bluetooth Technology & Applications
- Industrial Control & Medical Electronics
- DesignCon China (IC & PCB Design)
Speakers at these conferences are experts from technology leaders such as ADI, Broadcom, Freescale Semiconductor, Marvell Technology, NXP Semiconductors, Qualcomm and Toshiba. In addition, Texas Instruments’ four-day technical program covers topics ranging from power to sensor technologies, and from automotive to IoT solutions. Visitors can also attend Technical Application Courses (TAC) taught by Edadoc, TriQuint Semiconductor and other key companies in the industry.