PCIM Europe 2024 Showcased the Latest in Advanced Power Technology

June 21, 2024
PCIM Europe demonstrated its importance for the power electronics community, putting a spotlight on the latest happenings in the industry.

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Recently, PCIM Europe demonstrated its importance in Nuremberg as a meeting point for the power electronics community and a showcase of the latest products, trends, and developments in the industry. The show was a success, with 637 exhibitors (60% international) highlighting their latest solutions and innovations in the field of power electronics to over 18,000 visitors. In addition, 472 presentations were given to 952 conference participants from 38 countries.

The success of the event is reflected not only in the attendance, but also in the quality of the technology and solutions presented and the event’s positive atmosphere. The extensive supporting program helped advance knowledge in power electronics on forward-looking topics such as energy efficiency, electromobility, and energy storage.

The program of technical presentations, innovative product demonstrations, and practical application examples was highlighted with lively panel discussions on topics ranging from power electronics products for electromobility to power electronics manufacturing.

The University Research Zone included daily rotating universities and institutes with insights into the current research landscape of power electronics. This year's event was also supplemented by PCIM Europe digital making the entire lecture program available on demand to interested parties through July 31st, 2024. Content from the exhibition is freely accessible to all, allowing those who could not attend in person to gain from the extensive lecture program.

Next year, the PCIM Expo & Conference will take place from the May 6-8 at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center. 

Here are some of the show's highlights:

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PCIM Europe digital

About the Author

Alix Paultre | Editor-at-Large, Electronic Design

An Army veteran, Alix Paultre was a signals intelligence soldier on the East/West German border in the early ‘80s, and eventually wound up helping launch and run a publication on consumer electronics for the US military stationed in Europe. Alix first began in this industry in 1998 at Electronic Products magazine, and since then has worked for a variety of publications in the embedded electronic engineering space. Alix currently lives in Wiesbaden, Germany.

Also check out his YouTube watch-collecting channel, Talking Timepieces

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