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March, 2020


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SMTconnect 2020 Focuses on Sustainable Connections


Stuttgart, Germany — SMTconnect 2020, formerly SMT Hybrid Pack - aging, has set itself the goal of creat- ing sustainable connections, by bringing together the electronics community in Nuremberg, from May 5 to 7. The EMS Park, which was


implemented for the first time last year and intended to give contract manufacturers a platform, will be represented by some additional first- time exhibitors in 2020. So far, 15 companies have already registered for the special showcase area, includ- ing Bühler electronic GmbH, DEL- TEC Automotive GmbH & Co. KG, Kurz Industrie-Elektronik GmbH, and SC Systronics SRL. Some of these companies


became aware of the new area during a newly introduced “Meet and Treat” tour, which presented current indus-


SEMI Europe Symposium to Explore Tech’s Leading Role


Brussels, Belgium — Leading execu- tives, analysts, economists, and tech- nologists are set to gather April 1 to 3, 2020, at the SEMI Industry Strat - egy Symposium Europe (ISS Europe) in Brussels, Belgium, to highlight opportunities to meet Europe’s most pressing strategic social and econom- ic needs through technology innova- tion.


“ISS Europe is a powerful forum


for identifying collaboration opportu- nities to strengthen Europe’s compet- itive advantage in the digital econo- my,” said Laith Altimime, president of SEMI Europe. “With the emer- gence of 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR), quantum comput- ing, and other leading-edge technolo- gies, the semiconductor industry is well-positioned to help drive the dig- ital transformation for Europe’s soci- etal and economic prosperity.” ISS Europe 2020 will focus on


technology’s role in solving key global challenges, how Europe can hone its expertise in technology areas essen- tial for its competitiveness and securi- ty, and the vital role of collaborative innovation. The symposium will kick off with the executive panel “Innovations Strengthening Euro - pean Sovereignty in the Digital Economy” and include a discussion about the critical importance of tal- ent, mentoring and diversity in fuel- ing semiconductor industry growth in Europe and around the world. Executives will network at the


opening reception, and on the second day of the event, SEMI will announce the 2019 European SEMI Award, recognizing the individual or team who has made a significant contribu- tion to the European semiconductor industry.


Contact: SEMI, 673 S. Milpitas


Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035 % 408-943-6900 E-mail: mhall@semi.org Web: www.semi.org r


try and market data at various German locations. The EMS Park is designed with a focus on relaxed and efficient networking opportunities. The area is designed to make it easy for exhibiting companies to make contact with target groups, such as medical technology, automotive or mechanical engineering companies. This year, a live “Future


Packaging,” organized by the Fraunhofer IZM, allows visitors to experience the complete assembly process, including subsequent test- ing. This year, the special area has


the motto “The Line – Acting with Foresight and not Reacting too Late.” Fraunhofer IZM wants to draw attention to the speed of develop- ment in the electronics sector, as well as illustrating and explaining it in tours.


Due to Fraunhofer IZM’s collab-


oration with various machine, tech- nology and process partners, the pro- duction line demonstrates various trends in the industry. These include process optimization and further data networking. SMTconnect offers other high-


lights to attract visitors. The show will also host the annual hand sol- dering competition of the global trade and standardization organiza- tion IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries, which offers young people and professionals the opportunity to demonstrate their skills.


Contact: Mesago Messe


Frankfurt GmbH, Rotebuehlstrasse 83-85, 70178 Stuttgart, Germany % +49-711-61946-297 E-mail: vineeta.manglani@mesago.com Web: www.smtconnect.com r


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