After 3 years, on September 21- 23, electronica India, Messe Muenchen India, back in their physical format, was held at the electronica India in India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, and concluded this special edition successfully. The Indian electronics manufacturing industry will get together and connect with the leading technology suppliers under one roof to fulfill their sourcing requirements. Over 320 companies with, 3000+ products and technologies are participating in the trade show to showcase their latest inventions and get a strong base in the market. The electronica India event provides an excellent opportunity and an ideal platform for manufacturing firms to optimize and expand their supply chains.
The shows emphasized a continued industry focus on developing the ecosystem of electronics, particularly automotive electronics and EMS/ contract manufacturing, focusing on local manufacturing. Electronica India 2022 concluded on a high note with actionable ideas and partnerships toward Aatmanirbhar Bharat.
Rabyte is Happy Face-to-Face Interactions Again
Rabyte is happy that this special edition of Electronica India, Messe Muenchen India once again delivered a successful platform for exhibitors, partners, and buyers to meet, greet and do business successfully. The exhibition hall showed an atmosphere of confidence and the energy to change business on the floor,” All the visitors, buyers, and partners took full advantage of face-to-face meetings – on site.
It was great to change ideas and meet personally again. Rabyte is specifically excited about our new technologies and products then as well as to meet all our industry peers.
Future of Upcoming Indian Electronics Industry
The moment has come for the Indian electronics board to deliver on its huge potential. Many in the industry would agree that, after the success story of India’s information technology industry, it's now the turn of India’s electronics industry to take up the manufacturing challenge and prove its worth to the nation.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) with their ‘Electronics India’ Pavilion and various state governments, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, and Chhattisgarh, have extended their support to the India Semiconductor conclave. Their vision is to make international advancements accessible to the Indian industry with a focus to promote the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
The government, as you know, is ready to extend its full support to the industry and if India’s electronics industry doesn't make good use of this opportunity, India will always remain dependent on other countries for its requirements. This would be an expert drain on India’s foreign exchange resources. As it's now being acknowledged, if we continue to import electronics and IT products instead of making them in India, the foreign exchange we spend on these will exceed what we spend to import crude oil and its derivations.
Though we have the support of nearly all the associations related to electronics in India, the ELCINA- Electronic Industries Association of India is playing a very special part in the Expo and the conferences as a Knowledge & Exhibition Partner. The Department of Electronics & IT (DeitY) and, more lately, the Department of Telecom (DoT), Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India have also played a major part in the growth of the exhibition.
The Electronics Expo is a unique electronics event that focuses not only on “components” and “manufacturing equipment”, but on the entire ecosystem of electronics in India. To make a comprehensive platform for the electronics industry, the Electronica Expo puts together everything that an electronics event should provide from innovation (new technology) and product design to manufacturing and product deals. Visitors at this exhibition range from innovators and project engineers to manufacturers and B2B buyers.
Rabyte get over, 250 visitors and took the opportunity to meet the key players from the electronics industry who included Agilent Technologies, ASYS, Panasonic, Renesas Electronics, STMicroelectronics, and Tata Power SED. This exhibition covered a variety of interesting segments hinged around concepts like semiconductors, displays, electronic components, Surface Mount Technology (SMT), Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS), and Printed Circuit Board (PCB), amongst many others. We've entered numerous interesting queries and we’re hopeful of a thriving business in the coming months. The show gave us the opportunity to demonstrate our wide range of innovative technologies and we also had the chance to reach potential customers.
Rabyte would like to congratulate the organizers of Electronica India for aligning their vision and taking this leap for growth. We see great potential in the Indian market for electronics and technology. Rabyte looking forward to more exciting opportunities for our people in terms of investment and capacity structure.