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IFA Berlin

IFA Berlin

Berlin, Germany
6 Sep 2024 - 10 Sep 2024
VISION

VISION

Stuttgart, Germany
8 Oct 2024 - 10 Oct 2024
SEMICON EUROPA

SEMICON EUROPA

Munich, Germany
12 Nov 2024 - 15 Nov 2024
from
203.00 EUR
SPS - smart production solutions

SPS - smart production solutions

Nurnberg, Germany
12 Nov 2024 - 14 Nov 2024
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362.00 EUR
electronica

electronica

Munich, Germany
12 Nov 2024 - 15 Nov 2024
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203.00 EUR
LOPEC

LOPEC

Munich, Germany
25 Feb 2025 - 27 Feb 2025
eltefa

eltefa

Stuttgart, Germany
25 Mar 2025 - 27 Mar 2025
EMV

EMV

Stuttgart, Germany
25 Mar 2025 - 27 Mar 2025
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219.00 EUR
PCIM

PCIM

Nurnberg, Germany
6 May 2025 - 8 May 2025
SMTconnect

SMTconnect

Nurnberg, Germany
6 May 2025 - 8 May 2025
SENSOR + TEST

SENSOR + TEST

Nurnberg, Germany
6 May 2025 - 8 May 2025
Eltec

Eltec

Nurnberg, Germany
20 May 2025 - 22 May 2025
CWIEME Berlin

CWIEME Berlin

Berlin, Germany
3 Jun 2025 - 5 Jun 2025
AUTOMATICA

AUTOMATICA

Munich, Germany
24 Jun 2025 - 27 Jun 2025
from
294.50 EUR
productronica

productronica

Munich, Germany
18 Nov 2025 - 21 Nov 2025
Germany is among the leading countries in the European and global electrical and electronics industries. This is because the country features a comprehensive, time-honoured, and high-value EE sector. This is because the segment comprises diverse enterprises. They represent the entire value chain. This includes implementing, producing and installing various types of EE wares. These are used in diverse sectors, from aerospace to consumer goods. This results in a comprehensive segment that often generates up to 219,200,000,000 EUR of turnover. This represents up to 10% of the domestic industrial output and 3% of the country’s GDP. It additionally results in the segment being the state’s second-most extensive industry branch. It retains around 14% of its workforce. This is because the industry employs up to 912,000 skilled specialists. Such experts operate in around 3,600 enterprises organised in diverse industry clusters. Such companies vary from small and medium-sized enterprises to extensive, prominent corporations. The latter often features a global presence and diverse product portfolio. This results in significant exports. For example, in recent years, the segment has contributed up to 13% of the country’s total exportations. This often totals 225,000,000,000 EUR. The segment is likewise among the sections of the country’s industry highly focused on research and development. For example, in recent years, it has been responsible for 23% of the total R&D expenditure of the country’s industry and 21% of its innovation investments. It is also responsible for retaining 30% of the R&D specialists in the industry. It also contributes to 24% of the total patent applications in the state. This generally surpasses values of 19,000,000,000 EUR and more than 114,000 experts, respectively. Often, the segment displays its latest innovations during annual and biannual trade expos. Such events attract hundreds of thousands of attendees, frequently surpassing 500,000.