- Infineon informed that trade shows are important as these are used to showcase and launch new solutions
- EFY Group had also organized two editions of trade shows for electronics and IoT industry in May and June 2020
As a result of the Coronavirus, numerous trade fairs have been cancelled or postponed since starting of year 2020. Infineon Technologies mentioned that it is therefore strengthening its own activities in the digitalisation of sales and marketing activities. The semiconductor manufacturer is presenting two important trade show highlights on the internet in July: power semiconductors and sensors.
Considering the importance of sales and marketing for electronics and the IoT industry, EFY Group had also organised India Technology Week online-only event for the industry players in May and June 2020. The group is also organizing a similar online-only exhibition in July as well.
Infineon will run PCIM 2020 completely virtually
Three main topics, 25 demonstrators, more than 100 products: this year, Infineon informed that it will run PCIM 2020 completely virtually. The company will be showcasing its portfolio of power semiconductors, including silicon, silicon carbide (CoolSiC) and gallium nitride (CoolGaN) technologies. The online trade show will open its doors with all product information available on first July 2020.
Infineon will be showcasing EconoPACK+ modules, CoolSiC MOSEFETs, HybridPACK Drive CoolSiC and a Battery Management Systems (BMS) IC at the virtual trade fair. Other notable solutions that the company plans to exhibit at the show include 2300 V PrimePACK 3+ for 1500 V central inverters in the solar sector and the 1600 A PrimePACK 2 for motors of up to 400 kW. The new TRENCHSTOP IGBT7 technology for the 650 and 1200 V voltage classes will also be presented.
“Infineon’s virtual PCIM 2020 booth with the latest power semiconductors will be completely online as of First July. Already today, a preview with short descriptions of the demos is accessible. And the Virtual Sensor Experience (VSE) booth with sensor topics can be visited on the internet starting 20 July,” read Infineon’s official statement.
It continued, “Both online experiences are similarly designed: after the registration required by data protection law, the user can explore the booth with the respective main topics on his or her own. At PCIM, these are industry, consumers and solutions for transport and e-mobility. At VSE, the focus is on automotive, industry and consumers, the latter once again divided into smart building and lifestyle.”