TAIPEI, Taiwan (AVING Special Report on 'TAITRONICS Autumn 2006') -- <Visual News> The 32nd TAITRONICS Autumn is now being held at TWTC (Taiwan World Trade Center) in Taipei, Taiwan from October 9 throughout October 13.
Being hosted jointly by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TEEMA(Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association), a total of 1,100 local and foreign manufacturers deliver a variety of products in 8 theme pavilions including product testing services pavilion, industrial technology research institute pavilion, Taiwan security industry promotion pavilion, convergence trend pavilion, IP telecom pavilion, digital life pavilion, home security system pavilion and RFID pavilion, taking up 2,600 booths.
Particularly for this time, MEGA (Mobile Exhibition Guide Application), software service are provided for visitors to give access to digital guide information through a wired/wireless network such as event schedules, location of exhibitors, city maps of nearby major buildings and etc.
Cross-strait Electronics Area at exhibitions hall 2 is another characteristics of this year’s show to give a chance for domestic and foreign buyers to understand about the development of electronics industry in China.
Since the majority of products are electronic components and equipment, the atmosphere is somewhat different from other CE-related exhibitions targeting end-users. You may not find as many pretty ladies spreading small gifts to visitors on the show ground as in other shows or some events targeting general public; however, the show seems to get off a good start attracting lots of foreign buyers and overseas visitors who are impressed by the renowned flexible way of doing business and their product qualities.
< AVING Special Report Team for 'TAITRONICS Autumn 2006': Gaius Park, Jason Lee, Miso Kim, Rose Kim >