World of IoT touts 30 new exhibitors at SEMICON Japan

Nov. 3, 2016

Tokyo. Today, SEMI announced that World of IoT, a show-within-a-show at SEMICON Japan 2016, will expand with the addition of 30 new exhibitors. Over 65,000 attendees are expected to convene at SEMICON Japan and World of IoT December 14-16.

World of IoT is a new technology showcase highlighting the companies, products, technologies, and applications enabling the Internet of Things revolution. World of IoT brings together global electronics companies whose innovations are driving the expansion of mobile, cloud computing, consumer, and network-connected devices. As a show-within-a-show at SEMICON Japan, this showcase opens innovation opportunities by connecting IoT players to the electronics manufacturing supply chain for new business.

This year’s World of IoT will include 30 new exhibiting companies to expand its size from 120 booths in 2015 to 140 booths in 2016. New exhibitors represent key IoT application segments including industrial IoT, automotive, mobile and sensors. Key exhibitors addressing industrial IoT and smart manufacturing include Fanuc, Hitachi, Konica Minolta, Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor, Panasonic, SAP Japan, and Siemens.

Highlighting automotive/power topics will be NVIDIA and Toyota Motors. Mobile/network topics will be the focus of Cisco Systems and IBM Research (Tokyo).

Sensors/MEMS will be the focus of Analog Devices, Murata Manufacturing, and Sony Semiconductor Solutions.

World of IoT this year also expands its coverage to include the flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) value chain. FHE is an enabling technology for many IOT devices, especially wearable applications. Thirteen companies and associations will participate in the area to showcase their new technologies and products, including SCREEN Holdings (printing equipment), Yuasa System (test equipment), NISSHA (sensor products), and Toyobo (materials for wearable products).

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