Bangalore, July 28 2014: Indian electronic components and production technology trade fairs, electronica India 2014 and productronica India return to Bangalore this year (September 23-25) with the maiden edition of Deftronics conference – an industry symposium focused on aerospace and defense electronics.
The conference presented by the Indian Electronics Semiconductor Association (IESA) will examine sector-specific issues, emerging trends and outlook for Strategic Electronics in the aerospace and defense verticals.
Besides Deftronics, there would be various other conferences/seminars organised during the three day trade-fairs. This year, IPC INDIA 2014 will be co-located with electronica India and productronica India. IPC INDIA is India’s leading association that focusses on PCB manufacturing development in India.
The current edition of electronica India 2014 has participation from industry leaders and visionaries from the electronic components segment. Key players like Rabyte Electronics, Millennium Semiconductor, Murata Electronics (India) Pvt Ltd, Unified Electro-Tech Ltd, NXP Semiconductor, Tomen Electronics India Pvt Ltd, SM Electronic Technologies Pvt Ltd, RS Components, Pvt. Ltd,Schenker India Pvt Ltd and many more. Around 300 exhibitors representing 600 companies will take part and 15,000 trade are expected to visit the trade fairs.
India's demand for electronic products is forecasted to rise nearly 10 times during this decade to reach $400 billion by 2020. With no major local manufacturing in India; policy makers are worried that electronic imports could exceed those of Oil. The gap between electronic hardware production and demand for electronic products has been growing over the last few years, while production has grown at 10-12% per year, demand has been racing ahead at nearly 25% every year.