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September, 2021 HI-TECH EVENTS productronica to Focus on IoT and 5G Communications


MUNICH, GERMANY — The Internet of Things (IoT) concept and early implementation has arrived, but only 5G communica- tions will be able to begin to exploit its full potential. This offers numerous opportunities for the electronics manufactur- ing industry.


IoT remains one of the fastest growing technology sec- tors. The market research com- pany Statista expects almost 31 billion connected IoT devices by 2025. Other estimates forecast more than twice that.


According to Market Re- search Future, the global market for IoT in manufacturing alone is expected to grow at an average annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24 percent to $751.3 billion USD by


2023. Grand View Research fore- casts a global market volume of $1.11 trillion USD by 2028 in this area. The analysts see reasons for the optimistic outlook in the advancing automation, predictive maintenance, and supply chain management.


The IoT study by Computer- woche and CIO underscores the trend: 44 percent of the industri- al companies surveyed stated that they had increased their IoT budget during the pandemic. The funds flowed primarily into qual- ity control and logistics, followed by networked production sys- tems and intelligent products. With the new 5G mobile communications standard, the range of applications is now experiencing a significant expan-


In-Person and Virtual Expo MILPITAS, CA — This year’s SEMICON West, which was postponed from July until December 7 to 9, 2021, will be presented in a hybrid format that offers a blend of in-person exhibition and conferences alongside a digital version of the show. The virtual environment comprises keynotes, a digital expo hall, expert technical talks, and “meet the experts theaters” where attendees can find solu- tions to industry challenges. SEMICON West will be co- located with Design Automation Conference (DAC). “We believe


SEMICON West to Combine


that the new co-location of SEMICON West and DAC will improve the cross-industry col- laboration that is key to explor- ing shared technology challenges and opportunities,” wrote Dave Anderson, president of SEMI Americas, in a statement pub- lished on SEMI’s website. According to Anderson, visi- tors will hear from, and interact with, visionaries and executives from across the microelectronics supply chain and its end mar- kets. Presentations will feature emerging applications that


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2022 EDITORIAL AND TRADE SHOW CALENDAR


Jan/Feb March Assembly & Automation


Test & Inspection APEC PP


April/May


Manufacturing Services NEPCON China PP SMTconnect/PCIM PP EDS PP EWPTE PP


June July August


Production & Inspection ATX South PP


SMT & Production SEMICON West PP


PCB & Assembly NEPCON Asia PP


September


Automation & Packaging The Battery Show PP


October Nov/Dec


Components & Assembly electronica PP


SMTAI & MD&M MN PP The ASSEMBLY show PP


Test & Inspection PP= Product Preview APEX APEC DesignCon ATX/MD&M West


Nepcon China SMTconnect/PCIM EDS


EWPTE ATX South SEMICON West


NEPCON Asia PCB West


The Battery Show SMT Guadalajara BIOMEDevice IMAPS


The ASSEMBLY Show SMTAI & MD&M Minneapolis electronica


BIOMEDevice ATX/MD&M West


1/25-27


3/22-24 4/5-7


4/12-14


4/20-22 5/10-12 5/10-13 5/11-12


6/14-16 7/12-14


8/23-25 9/7-8


9/13-15 9/21-22 9/28-29 10/4-6


10/24-26 11/2-3 11/15-17


12/14-15 2/14-16/2023 San Diego, CA


Houston, TX Santa Clara, CA Anaheim, CA


Shanghai, China Nuremburg, Germany Las Vegas, NV Milwaukee, WI


Charlotte, NC San Francisco, CA Shenzhen, China


Santa Clara, CA Novi, MI


Guadalajara, Mexico Boston, MA Boston, MA


Rosemont, IL Minneapolis, MN Munich, Germany


Santa Clara, CA Anaheim, CA


sion. And not only in the indus- trial environment, but also in the areas of energy, health, science, and consumer. With high band- width and transmission quality as well as low latency, 5G repre- sents the technical basis for the next step in the development of the IoT in many areas.


6G is intended to significant- ly increase the performance of mobile communications in terms of peak throughput, user data rate, reliability, latency as well as energy efficiency and localization accuracy.


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TRADE SHOW CALENDAR (PENDING*)


MORE SHOWS: www.topline.tv/tradeshows.cfm


September 6-9, 2021, Measurement World.  Eurexpo Lyon, Lyon, France. Contact: Measurement World, Zone Artisanale MAYNE II, CS 80223, 47440, Cassaneuil, France  + 33-0-5-53-36-70-74 E-mail: martin.capdeviole@gl-events.com Web: www.measurement-world.com


September 14-15, 2021, International System-on-Chip (Soc) Conference. University of California, Irvine (UCI), Irvine, CA. Contact: Savant Company, Inc., 15642 Sand Canyon Avenue, Unit 51330, Irvine, CA 92619  949-981-1837 E-mail: mysocconference@gmail.com Web: www.socconference.com


September 14-16, 2021, The Battery Show. Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI. Contact: Informa Markets, 2901 28th Street, Suite 100-200, Santa Monica, CA 90405  310-445-4200 E-mail: pr.advmfg@informa.com Web: www.informamarkets.com


September 22, 2021, eSMART Factory Conference (hybrid virtual).  Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry, UK. Contact: Trafalgar Publications, Ltd., Global SMT & Packaging, 239 Kensington High Street, London, W8 6SN, UK,  +44-1458-762830 E-mail: news@globalsmt.net Web: www.esmartfactory.net


September 29-30, 2021, New England Design-2-Part Show.  Royal Plaza Trade Center, Marlborough, MA. Contact: D2P, 16 Waterbury Road, Prospect, CT 06712  203-758-6663 E-mail: pete@d2p.com Web: www.d2p.com


October 10-15, 2021, International Test Conference (ITC) (virtual). Contact: IEEE, 3 Park Avenue, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10016  212-419-7900 E-mail: ieeeitc@computer.org Web: www.itctestweek.org


October 11-14, 2021, IMAPS.  Town and Country San Diego Resort, 500 Hotel Circle N, San Diego, CA 92108  919-293-5000 E-mail: info@imaps.org Web: www.imaps.org


October 13-14, 2021 SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum. Guadalajara, Mexico. Contact: SMTA, 6600 City West Parkway, Suite 300, Eden Prairie, MN 55344  952-920-7682 E-mail: expos@smta.org Web: www.smta.org


October 20-21, 2021, Mid-Atlantic Design-2-Part Show.Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA. Contact: D2P, 16 Waterbury Road, Prospect, CT 06712  203-758-6663 E-mail: pete@d2p.com Web: www.d2p.com


October 26-28, 2021, The ASSEMBLY Show.  Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL. Contact: BNP Media, 2401 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 700, Troy, MI 48084  248-362-3700 Web: www.assemblymag.com


November 3-4, 2021, SMTA International.  Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. Contact: SMTA, 6600 City West Parkway, Suite 300, Eden Prairie, MN 55344  952-920-7682 E-mail: expos@smta.org Web: www.smta.org


November 3-4, 2021 MD&M Minneapolis.  Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. Contact: Informa Markets, 2901 28th Street, Suite 100-200, Santa Monica, CA 90405  310-445-4200 E-mail: pr.advmfg@informa.com Web: www.informamarkets.com


November 16-19, 2021, productronica.  Messe München, Munich, Germany. Contact: Messe München, Messegelände, 81823 München, Germany  +49-89-949-11438 E-mail: info@productronica.com Web: www.productronica.com


December 7-9, 2021, SEMICON West. Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA. Contact: SEMI, 673 South Milpitas Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035  408-943-6900 E-mail: mhall@semi.org Web: www.semi.org


January 25-27, 2022, IPC APEX Expo. San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. Contact: IPC International, Inc., 3000 Lakeside Drive, 105 N, Bannockburn, IL 60015  847-615-7100 E-mail: aliciabalonek@ipc.org Web: www.ipc.org


Information provided in the table (above) is subject to change. Please use the contact information given with each listing to obtain the most current information.


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