Hong Kong Electronics Fair Attracts More Than 3,500 Exhibitors

HKTDC Electronics Fair

At least 3,500 exhibitors from 23 countries and region are participating in the Hong Kong Trade and Development Council (HKTDC) Electronics Fair (Spring Edition), dubbed the largest spring electronics event in Asia.

The event, which runs from 13 to 16 April, is held in concurrent with the HKTDC International Expo and both organized by HKTDC at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The exhibitors are showcasing an assortment of cutting-edge technologies and smart products at fairs, including innovative solutions and products presented by start-ups.

For this year’s electronics fair, the HKTDC introduced the Startup zone to feature innovative technologies, products, and services of more than 100 start-ups from Hong Kong, mainland China, India, Japan, the United States, and Taiwan.

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The zone features a panoply of innovations from start-ups including an all-in-one real estate digital platform incorporating Virtual Reality (VR) technology, an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered data analysis platform for monitoring pet health, an audio streaming box that digitises audio and transmits it to a smart device, and a smart cloud-based temperature and humidity monitor for cold chain logistics such as cargo containers carrying food and beverages.


New to this year’s fair is a Tech Hall with four themed zones: the new Virtual Reality zone and the returning Connected Home, Robotics & Unmanned Tech and Wearable Electronics zones. The Virtual Reality zone features a range of VR headsets, video cameras and related technology.

The Connected Home zone features an infrared transceiver, which connects all infrared-controlled household appliances in a home, such as air-conditioners and audio systems to a single smart home system.

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Another highlight of the Spring Electronics Fair is the Hall of Fame, which features more than 570 internationally renowned quality brands, including Intel and Motorola from the US, Bigben from France, Leplus from Japan, Desay from the mainland and local brand Holga. – BusinessNewsAsia.com