1. The automarket manufacturing “center of gravity” is moving away from the US and moving toward the “BRIC” countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China
Munich, Germany (PRWEB) May 17, 2010
Messe München has just published a white paper that discusses the current state of the car electronics automarket, including automotive industry trends and the emergence of BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, China and India) as major worldwide players in the automarket.
"The profound changes affecting the worldwide automotive electronics market" discusses automarket trends, market size, and the status of car electronics technologies.
electronica 2010 (November 9-12, 2010, Munich) will feature the two-day electronica automotive conference, an outstanding example for a transfer of knowledge; how technologies, systems and applications are developing and where they are heading.
electronica is the world's leading trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications. It has been held every two years in Munich since 1964 and presents innovations from the entire range of products and services in the electronics industry. electronica is the most important international meeting-point for the electronics industry and features, in addition to the exhibition areas, a supporting program containing first-class conferences - electronica Automotive Conference and Wireless Congress - and discussions. electronica 2008 was attended by around 73,000 visitors and almost 2,800 exhibitors. The total amount of exhibition space was 1,722,000 square feet. For further information: electronica 2010 website
The free white paper that covers developments in the car electronics automarket is available for free download from the electronica 2010 website.