CHTF 2018 to Open in Shenzhen on November 14th, with “Time Gallery” to Feature 20-Year Memory
Business Wire India
China Hi-tech Fair 2018 will be held with the theme “New Development Concept for High Quality Growth” at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center on November 14-18, 2018.
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Since its debut in 1999, CHTF has become an important window for China’s high-tech sector and the most efficient high-tech trading platform, known as the “No. 1 Fair of China's Science and Technology”. On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, CHTF will invite technology fans worldwide to review the history of the event and the extraordinary development of China's high-tech industry over the past 20 years via the “Time Gallery” which integrates rich historical documents and employs diverse presentation methods.
CHTF 2018 will present national high-tech exhibitions, comprehensive exhibitions and professional exhibitions. The national high-tech exhibitions are organized by the national ministries. The comprehensive exhibitions will showcase the products brought by enterprises, universities, scientific research institutions, innovation centers and incubation centers. Professional exhibitions will cover fields of IT, energy conservation, environmental protection, new energy, green building, new materials, smart medical health, aerospace science and technology, photoelectricity, smart city, advanced manufacturing, military and civilian integration, sensor technology and IT applications.
More than 1,000 new products and technologies will debut including the proton therapy demonstration device created by the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, and the world’s first self-driving solution with laser radar.
Mr. Su Yanwei, Deputy Director of CHTF Organizing Committee, said CHTF 2018 will provide an exhibition area of 120,000+m2 and attract a record of 61 exhibiting delegations and 3000+ exhibitors from 41 countries or international institutions including 36 “Belt and Road” countries. Latin American and Caribbean countries show particular enthusiasm this year with Chile, Cuba, and Peru to exhibit for the first time. There will also be dozens of overseas professional exhibitor delegations including the Sino-German Industry 4.0 Alliance, Japan External Trade Organization and the delegation from Daejeon of Korea.
Moreover, a large number of government officials, well-known experts, scholars, and corporate executives will come to the fair, including senior officials from Argentina, Belgium, Switzerland, and Russia, senior executives from Microsoft, Amazon, SAP, Accenture, and Philips, as well as Nobel laureates, academicians and economists.
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