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MUNICH - Electronica 2006 - which will be held November 14 through 17 - will serve as a meeting place and communications platform for the worldwide electronics industry, say show organizers. The world’s leading trade show in this sector is presenting the entire spectrum of electronics in 14 halls covering 152,000 square meters of floor space.

 According to Munich Trade Fairs International, exhibition areas are being set up for high-growth applications: automotive; wireless communications; embedded systems; and nanoelectronics. Exhibitors and speaker presentations will combine to form effective communications platforms for attendees from these application areas.
 The show floor will be divided into components, systems and applications sections. For instance, in the components sections exhibitors will be showing semiconductors, passive components, and relays. Within the systems group, embedded systems, displays and sensors will be featured. The applications area will be tailored to specific markets.
 Electronica 2004 recorded 3,005 exhibitors that presented their products and applications in 14 halls covering 152,000 square meters of floor space. Over 74,000 attendees from 135 countries took advantage of electronica as an information platform.
 A notable success at the last electronica, the embedded systems exhibition will be expanded this year. For instance, software will be playing a significantly larger role than last year. Topics such as software development and system design will be presented and discussed in-depth during all-day events.
 MicroNanoWorld will present MEMS sensors and RF-MEMS/wireless technologies.
 For information contact Brigitte Mertens at Canada Unlimited Inc., tel. (416) 237 – 9939, email bmertens@canada-unlimited.com.


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