March 28, 2018
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA: Capturing the pulse of the industry
- More exhibits showcasing technologies for end users
- Upcoming edition in Bengaluru—the ‘Silicon Valley of India’
The upcoming edition of LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2018 will offer exhibitors more space and visitors more technologies to explore and source. India’s dedicated trade fair for laser and optical technologies will take place from September 26 to 28, 2018 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Center and will bring together manufacturers, distributors, buyers from various user industries and scientists under one roof.
Bhupinder Singh, Chief Executive Officer of Messe München India, commented: “The demand for laser and optical technologies is growing due to their high-precision and speed. Increasingly, more application industries all over India and across sectors are driven to explore newer technologies in order to improve their efficiency and output.”
Photonics applications are ubiquitous and can be found in all areas from everyday life to the most advanced science. Companies looking to upgrade their technology in order to achieve high speed and precision will particularly benefit from the trade fair. The entire value chain in photonics including laser components, cable and optical fibers, laser systems, sensors, optics, software, manufacturing technologies, process control, quality inspection and various allied solutions will be on display for the benefit of visitors.
In addition to the exhibited technologies occupying more space, the supporting programs organized in partnership with leading trade bodies and institutions will offer additional benefits to all exhibitors and visitors.
“This year, we will again have specialized displays of technologies including Additive Manufacturing and Machine Vision. Overall, a combination of live products and technologies along with high-level supporting programs will make LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2018 an ideal place to capture the technological pulse of the industry.” concluded Singh.