Overview of focus topics at IT2Industry
Thanks to its clear industry focus, IT2Industry gives you a compact overview of the entire market. Depending on the host exhibtion, its focus topics may differ from one another considerably. Find out which of your company's employees IT2Industry is most suitable for.
Precursor of the industrial Internet of Things
IT2Industry is the pivotal trade fair on the topics of automation, production, information technology and IT security. Its range of topics covers the entire production process on the road to the smart factory:
- Automation—Industry software
- Big data and cloud computing—Infrastructure and production logistics
- Cyber physical systems—IT security
- Data networks—IT and energy
- Embedded systems—Machine to machine (M2M)
Target groups IT2Industry@automatica
At automatica, IT2Industry focuses on sector-specific information technologies and system solutions for automation and mechatronics. It primarily addresses the following employees: Decision-makers in company and plant management, planning, work preparation, production, manufacturing, processing and quality control, research, development, engineering, design, repair and maintenance.
SMEs are also very well represented among the trade visitors at automatica. A total of 34,493 visitors from more than 100 countries attended automatica in 2014.
Target groups IT2Industry@electronica
At electronica, IT2Industry focuses on the digitalization and networking of electronic components and applications. This platform is particularly suitable for the following decision-makers: Manufacturers, dealers, users, researchers, developers and service providers in the sector for electronic components, assemblies and subsystems.
More than 73,000 trade visitors from 88countries attended electronica in 2016.
Target groups IT2Industry@productronica
productronica focuses on electronics development and production. At productronica, IT2Industry primarily addresses managing directors, company managers and plant managers in the production, manufacturing, development, engineering and research sectors.
Small and medium-sized enterprises in particular have demonstrated a great deal of interest in digitalizing production. A total of 38,000 decision-makers from 80 countries attended productronica in 2015.