9th China International Internet of Things Exhibition

Event date: August 16 – 18, 2017
Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China

2017(9th) Shenzhen International Internet of Things Exhibition will be held on 16-18 Aug. It’s expected to be a complete showcase of IoT industry chain with more than 500 exhibitors.It is exclusively dedicated to showcasing the whole IoT industry chain (Perceptual Layer, Network Layer and Intelligent Application layer of IoT).

It exhibits the technologies of RFID, Sensor Network, Short-Range Communication, Financial Mobile Payment, Middle-ware, Big Data Processing, Cloud, Real-Time Locating, and etc; It also shows the IoT solutions and applications in various industries.

For the consecutive nine years, the leading event has become the biggest and the most comprehensive IoT event with annual 21% growth rate. Last year, the number of exhibitors is growing from 80 to over 453, the visitors are from 6000 to 87,426. So far,more than 300 RFID manufacturers,including global leading brands Alien,Tatwah Smartech,Invengo, Alien, Mühlbauer, ST, Fudan Microelectronics, Sato, Denso, Fujitsu,Zebra,Murata and UPM will exhibit at IoTE 2017. Other IoT global players such as Huawei, ZTE, Intel,Telit, Sensoro, Baidu, Gizwits, NXP, Fujitsu, Invengo, Postek, Aisino, Legic China, Trimble-ThingMagic, Alien, NB-IoT Alliance, China Unicom, Lierda, Xlink, ACS Tech, BEONE, Ing Dan, Zigbee Alliance, Figigantic,Security & Fire, Umeinfo, AMN, and etcs, are also expected to participate IoTE 2017.

For more information visit: Event Website

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