7 Days to World's Largest Optoelectronic Exhibition's Kick-off
 
Sep 02, 2020
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SHENZHEN, China, Sept. 2, 2020 -- The world's largest optoelectronic exhibition is kicking off in 7 days. This annual grand gathering for optoelectronic professionals will be organized for the 22 times. In 2020, China International Optoelectronic Exposition (CIOE) will be moving to the Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center in Bao'an District for the first time. The exhibition area was expanded by 45% to 160,000 square meters gathering world largest communities of communications, precision optics, optical lenses and modules, lasers, infrared, sensors and other optoelectronic in the supply chains.

At the same time, a number of cutting-edge exhibition areas will be specially set up this year to display hot and high-quality innovative products, such as the Optical Network Alliance (ONA) to invite Huawei, Nokia Bell, YOFC, Digital China, Zhonghai property, FiberHome, Ship and other companies to jointly display; A Smart Driving Sensor Display Zone is also setup to gather Surestar, Robosense, Hesai, Microbrain Intelligent, Deeprouter AI, Hirtonics, Xuanyuan iDrive, iRay, Zhejiang Dali, AAC Technologies and other well-known companies; In addition, as concurrently medical and public health safety has been paid much attention, and the demand for infrared temperature measurement equipment and deep ultraviolet LED application products has skyrocketed. This year CIOE also specially set up ultraviolet technology exhibition area, together with infrared technology and application exhibition. More than 3,000 companies will present you the entire optoelectronic ecosystem.

2020 is destined to be a special year, but it is also a year of both challenges and gains. As China's optoelectronics industry is on the tipping point, global professionals are more than welcome to visit CIOE 2020 to explore the new direction, new chances and new applications for optoelectronic technologies.

It takes one minute to register to CIOE 2020 to get your free admission.

Source: CIOE