January 11, 2019
LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA 2019
Preparations for Chinas biggest industry gathering in full swing
As Asia’s leading laser, optics and optoelectronics event, LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA has continued to exhibit the full range of products in the optical and photonics industry from an international perspective, specifically designed to meet the unique needs of the Chinese market. In the past 13 years, the exhibition space, the number of exhibitors and visitors have all reached new highs. The exhibition has attracted industry leaders from all over the world to showcase their cutting-edge technologies and innovative products.
In 2019, LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA will focus on “Intelligent Manufacturing with Light” with an exhibition space of 55,250 square meters. It will bring together nearly 1,000 exhibitors and is expected to attract around 60,000 professional visitors.
In the spotlight of this years edition: Users of intelligent manufacturing technologies, including automotive, 3C electronics, rail transit, medicine, automation, and plastics.
Exhibition Areas cover hot topics of industry and research
LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA 2019 consists of five major exhibition areas: Lasers and Photonics, Laser Production and Processing Technology, Optics and Optical Manufacturing, Imaging, Inspection and Quality Control as well as Machine Vision.
Among the companies who have already registered for the show there are global players and also innovative, small businesses showcasing the latest industry developments.
PHOTONICS CONGRESS CHINA: In-depth expert knowledge
At the same time, PHOTONICS CONGRESS CHINA will be held along with the exhibition. The conference will cover rich topics and focus on hot topics in the industry. The themes will include laser processing, advanced lasers, optical technology, infrared imaging technology, laser safety, beam analysis and other latest research findings and progress. Covering multiple laser and optoelectronic fields, the last PHOTONICS CONGRESS CHINA attracted 2,462 participants in 2018.