AIPEI, Taiwan, Aug. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The 2017 Series of Asia Industry 4.0 and Intelligent Manufacturing Exhibition organized by Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robotics Association, Taiwan Mold & Die Association, Additive Manufacturing Association of Taiwan, The Global Logistics Council of Taiwan, Taiwan Internet of Things Alliance, Economics Daily News and Chan Chao International Co., Ltd. comprises five events, namely Taipei International Industrial Automation Exhibition, Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robot Show, Taipei International Logistics & IoT Exhibition, Taipei Mold & Die Industry Fair and Taipei International 3D Printing Show, with a total of over 800 exhibitors to display their latest products, technologies and services on September 6-9 at 2,500 booths in Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1. You’re cordially welcome to the shows to witness future smart manufacturing trends.
Taipei Int’l Industrial Automation Exhibition Helps Industries Link up to Industry 4.0 with New Smart Production Thinking
As Asia’s most representative industrial automation and industrial robot show closely tied to the axis of Industry 4.0 and intelligent manufacturing, the Taipei International Industrial Automation Exhibition has attracted the presence of around 400 leading companies in the industrial robots and automation control sectors from at home and abroad, including ABB, Yaskawa Electric Taiwan, KUKA, Siemens, Epson Taiwan, JIDIEN, Solomon, Delta Electronics, GMT Global, Mitsubishi Electric Taiwan, Advantech, Lite-On, Century Trading, NACHI, Schneider Electric Taiwan, Teco Electric & Machinery, Toyo Automation, Taiwan Oriental Motor, and Pro-Air Engineering, among others, as well as the first-timer Ennoconn Corp. They will all join forces to help industries link up to Industry 4.0 and jump on innovative smart production thinking.
During the exhibition period, such heavyweight exhibitors as ABB, Advantech, Bosch Rexroth, Delta Electronics, Ennoconn, Epson, Igus Taiwan, GENTEC, and O-Dear International will host presentations to unveil their latest technologies, products and services to add new development momentums to Taiwan’sintelligent high-tech industries.
Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robot Show Leads in Creating Biz Opportunities for Smart Automation by Integrating Reality and Virtualization into Optimal Platform for Exchanges
With global industrial supply chains marching toward the development of digitalization and human-robot collaboration, Taiwan’s industries are facing a critical juncture in structural optimization and transformation. In order to help the industries undergo smooth transformation and consolidate their positions in global supply chains, the Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robot Show will create an optimal platform for business and technological exchanges, thus leading the exploration of smart manufacturing business opportunities.
Iconic exhibitors at the show include such domestic enterprises as Hiwin, Compal Electronics, Techman Robot, Evermore Machine, Advantech-LNC Technology, Taiwan Shin Kong Security, Syntec Technology, Nexcom International, Gallant Precision Machining, and SHA YANG YE Industrial, among others, as well as agents of international robot and precision component brands from Italy, Switzerland and the U.S.. Meanwhile, the Japan Pavilion will be expanded this year, with 11 Japanese enterprises invited to join business-matching talks with Taiwanese counterparts. Furthermore, multiple activities such as international forums, presentations of technological and product innovations, consultancies and business-matching services, robot innovation competitions, and exchanges of technical talents, will be held to provide one-stop services associated with core technologies for robots and smart manufacturing, procurement of parts and components, and total solutions.
Taipei Int’l Logistics & IoT Exhibition Steers Development of New Logistics Services
Long devoted to developing optimal solutions and exchange platforms for smart logistics, the Taipei International Logistics & IoT Exhibition will feature exhibits covering the entire supply chains of the logistics industry, ranging from production to the final distribution and delivery. Furthermore, IoT (Internet of Things) technologies and equipment will also be incorporated to build a strong platform for industrial procurements and cooperative operations.
A total of 120 exhibitors will use 350 booths to jointly showcase smart logistics solutions to steer the development of new logistics technologies and services. First-timers include Hangzhou Hikrobot Technology, which has developed smart warehousing robots on its own, and Palm Box, which has deployed the most sales points in Taiwan, with Chunghwa Post also returning to the show following years of hiatus. They will join many agents of international brands, such as Young Mood Enterprise, Taiwan Daifuku and Taipei Trading, to display a variety of the latest logistics technologies and facilities.
Taipei Mold & Die Industry Fair Injects New Momentum to Bolster Biz Opportunities
With the advent of the Industry 4.0 era, the R&D on more technological innovations has enabled the development of more innovative molds, with the existing mode of manufacturing a full range of molds on either a large or small scale gradually transitioning to the specialized and intensive manufacturing mode highlighting volume production of diverse competitive molds. As many as 180 professional makers will display a variety of molds at the fair, including Wu Jii Industry, CoreTech System, LK Machinery, One Shine Technology, INNGRIT, Arico Technology, Sunyeer Technology, Taiwan Lung Kee Metal Products, Sheen Light Precision Tech, Tohatsu, Jean Cherng Enterprise, Hi Heat Furnace Industrial, Taiwan Nakazawa, and King Ultrasonic, among others.
Meanwhile, the Molds and Application Technologies Presentation to be held alongside the fair will see many academic and industrial units present their latest R&D achievements, including the Department of Mechanical Engineering, “National” Taiwan University; the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, “National” Taiwan University of Science and Technology; National Cheng Kung University, China Steel, Metal Industries Research & Development Centre. The presentation is one of the must-attend activities for show-goers.
Taipei International 3D Printing Show–Taiwan’s Only Show of Its Kind– Poised to Explore New Business Tentacles for the Printing Sector
Ever since 3D printing became a thematic section of the Taipei Mold & Die Industry Fair in 2016, it has won floods of acclaims from all the related sectors; and with sufficient positive energy amassed over the past year, it has managed to appear as an independent show this year. 3D printing not only involves manufacturing technologies, but also provides innovative manufacturing thinking, getting rid of traditional printing practices to roll out high-value innovative products.
Exhibits on display include 3D printing equipment, parts and components, application software and related systems, 3D printing materials, manufacturing technologies and related services, etc. Numerous leading suppliers in the sector, ranging from materials and hardware equipment to software products, are joining forces to provide a one-stop procurement platform for trade visitors. Among them are Full Welfare, Tongtai Machine & Tool, Shenzhen Esun Industrial, MODEX, Liing Shian Colorant Manufacturer, Tongtai Machine & Tool, XYZprinting, Prolink Microsystems, 3D Printing Technology, Tinjin Newtech, Microsys Engineering, SLM Solutions Singapore, and Hewlett Packard (HP). Moreover, an international 3D printing seminar will be held during the show period, with prominent international experts and scholars invited to shed light on the latest technologies and applications.Discover More