ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo 2022 post show report
The International Exhibitions ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo, a unique platform where electronics industry experts could find new contacts, conclude agreements, and discuss industry issues, took place April 12 through 14, 2022.
ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo showcased all products of micro and radio electronics important for import substitution. More than 120 Russian manufacturers introduced computer equipment, industrial computers, robotization and automation systems, electricity meters, and much more.
In 2022, 355 companies from Russia, Austria, Armenia, Belarus, Germany, China, and Norway exhibited at ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo. The trade shows were attended by 16,435 industry professionals from 20 countries and 70 regions of Russia, among which 8,151 visited for the first time. The number of visitors increased almost by 50% compared to last year.
The business program of ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo lasted 3 days. Over 1,000 unique listeners attended 23 events featuring 90 industry experts. The program saw new content events, such as meetings on robotics, medical technology, passive electronic components, and industrial design.
One of the key events at the exhibitions was the closed meeting with Oleg Bochkarev, the Deputy Chairman of the Collegium of the Military-Industrial Commission of the Russian Federation, dedicated to supporting domestic manufacturers in the implementation and use of domestic basic materials and chemical technologies in the radio-electronic industry. The main organizer of the meeting was the National Association of Developers and Manufacturers of Basic Materials for Electronic Products, which unites manufacturers and consumers of basic and technological materials for the radio-electronic industry.
At the analytical session “Russian electronics today: current state, development forecasts”, the speakers reported on the current situation in the industry, highlighted existing problems and respective support measures. General Director of VT Svetlana Legostaeva emphasized the relevance of the industry needs. They included tax maneuvers and preferences.
At the conference “Basis of Industry Development” the experts of the Basis Consortium Association spoke about achievements since the announcement of its creation at ExpoElectronica 2021. Aleksey Alekseev, Director for Electronic Engineering of the Basis Consortium Association, advised that more than 50 projects had been financed, and some of them had been successfully completed.
The main event of the final day of the exhibitions was the ELECTRONICA Award, founded in 2021 by the ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo team with the support of the Association of Russian Electronics Manufacturers.
In 2022, the winners of the second ELECTRONICA Business Award were:
Microelectronics and Nanoelectronics: Digital Solutions and Form
Contract manufacturing: MicroEM Technologies
Power electronics: Research Institute of Electronic Technology
Industrial Design, Trusted platform, and Localization: Dipaul
Basic technologies and means of production: PRODIS and NTO
Russian distributors of electronic components: RU Electronics and Getchips
The organizers will start accepting participation applications for the ELECTRONICA Award September 1.
In 2023 ExpoElectronica and ElectronTechExpo will be held April 11 through 13.
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