Parking China 2018 reschedules to 3 – 5 September to create a synergy effect with concurrent fairs
May 29, 2018

Held alongside four other building technology fairs featuring IoT and intelligent technologies, Parking China 2018 will highlight the concept of “Internet + Parking” to become part of a cross-sector intelligent ecosystem.

To integrate resources and enhance the synergy effect of Messe Frankfurt’s series of IoT and intelligent building technologies fairs, Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd has announced that Parking China 2018 will be rescheduled to 3 - 5 September. The trade fair will relocate to Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC), China. The show will be held concurrently with four other Messe Frankfurt building technology fairs; Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT), Shanghai Smart Home Technology (SSHT), ISH Shanghai & CIHE and Shanghai International Lighting Fair (SILF). Collectively the five shows will establish a cross-sector building ecosystem.

Ms Lucia Wong, Deputy General Manager of Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd, explained: “Parking China will benefit from this new date with our concurrent fairs dedicated to intelligent building, smart homes, lighting and HVAC. Together the shows form an ideal platform to promote these intelligent communities and the smart city concept. As more trade associations and alliances become connected, the move also paves the way for expanding IoT applications in the building sector. Such collaborative opportunities may inspire exhibitors to strategically plan and upgrade existing product lines, while a larger show setting naturally offers more networking and cooperation possibilities.”

Parking China 2018 will be held in Hall W3 of SNIEC to offer the most forward-looking solutions within the complete intelligent parking industry chain. Situated alongside the leading brands from the concurrent fairs, the show will pose vast advantages for thousands of professional buyers who are interested in the latest IoT and intelligent building technologies.

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