IMI Provides a Glimpse of Agenda at electronica 2018


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Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. (IMI) one of the leading global manufacturing solutions experts will showcase its expanding capabilities in this age of technological disruptions at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany from November 13 to 16, 2018.

This year’s theme is CONNECTING EVERYTHING – SMART, SAFE and SECURE, sectors where IMI is deeply involved. The company will be highlighting its capabilities in mobility, connectivity and smart energy within market segments such as automotive, industrial and aerospace.

IMI will also display some capabilities of its subsidiaries VIA Optronics, a leading provider of sunlight readable, ultrathin display and touch solutions, and Surface Technology International (STI, Ltd), specializing in contract electronics design and manufacturing for world-leading customers.

The company recently announced the inauguration of its Serbia facility which will boost the manufacturing of electronic car components. Earlier this year, IMI also announced the establishment of a joint venture company, VTS Touchsensor Co. Ltd., that will further strengthen its portfolio of differentiated and value-added sensor technology.

IMI’s booth is located at Hall A1 booth #254.

electronica 2018 is the world’s biggest electronics trade show and conference held every two years.

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