From semiconductors, embedded systems, displays and automotive electronics to Internet of things (IoT) devices and related solution providers, all modern gadgets are on display at Electronica India, 2022, at India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida, till September 23.
The three-day B2B fair is touted as the biggest gathering of the Indian electronics industry being held after three years with over 350 exhibitors from 19 participating countries.
“We are organising this fair after a break of over two years with the focus to boost domestic manufacturing. We are hosting more than 350 companies from 19 countries to display their state-of-the-art technologies, electronic components, and manufacturing facilities. Our vision is to make international advancements accessible to Indian industry with a focus to promote the Make in India initiative,” said Tanmay Paul, business unit head, New Technologies, adding that the participation has increased by 25% this year.
India’s electronics manufacturing industry is currently valued at around $70 billion and is likely to rise up to $300 billion by 2026.
“Over 3,000 products and technologies are being displayed at the fair. It provides an excellent opportunity and an ideal platform for manufacturing firms to optimise and expand their supply chains,” said Bhupinder Singh CEO, Messe Muenchen India.
India semiconductor conclave, supported by the ministry of electronics and information technology is one of the highlights of the fair.
“The India semiconductor conclave will bring together inspiring ideas. We expect that this conclave will continue to deliver value for India’s expanding semiconductor industry,” said Dr Martin Lechner, executive director, Messe Muenchen India.
Apart from Uttar Pradesh, other states in the country participating in the exhibition include Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Chhattisgarh.