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Posted on 12 June 2019

PCIM Asia 2014 – three powerful days in Shanghai

 

 

PCIM Asia 2014
Power Electronics / Intelligent Motion / Renewable Energy and Energy Management
Shanghai, 17 – 19 June 2019

 

 

 

 

PCIM Asia in Shanghai takes place from 17-19 June 2019 in Shanghai with about 80 exhibitors on 5,000 sqm. PCIM Asia is an important, international meeting-point for power electronic experts in the Chinese market. Experts from industry and science have attended the English speaking conference and exhibition for more than 10 years.

Beside many international key-players like CT-Concept, Hitachi, Infineon, Mitsubishi, Semikron, Toshiba or Vincotech also the leading Chinese companies of the power electronics industry exhibit at PCIM Asia like CSR, CNR, Questar, Eagtop or Guidu Power. They all offer the mainly Chinese trade visitors a broad spectrum of the industry on the usual high quality PCIM level.

At the forum in the exhibition hall many companies offer with 20-minutes vendor presentations and expertise presentations an overview about latest innovations and developments to trade visitors.

Highlights of the conference are the two keynote speeches about “Model-Based Control of Electrical Vehicles” and “E-Mobility/Chargers: Global Perspective with Focus on Asian Requirements”, as well as a special session on “Sensorless Control of AC Motors” and an industry session on ”Power Devices for Electrical Vehicle and Renewable Applications”. In addition five oral sessions as well as a poster session provide an excellent overview of the current trends and developments within the power electronic sector.

PCIM Asia 2014 will take place at the Shanghai World Expo Exposition and Convention Centre, which is at the former world expo site, state-of-the-art with highest technical standards and located in the centre of Shanghai.

Further information about exhibition and conference is available at www.pcimasia-expo.com

 

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