Global Sources opens second phase of world's largest electronics sourcing trade show
More than 1,900 booth event to focus on Mobile Electronics
HONG KONG, April 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Sources' (NASDAQ: GSOL) 2015 spring electronics show second phase opens today with more than 1,900 booths focusing on mobile electronics. Held today through April 21 at AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong, products categories covered include smartphones, tablets, drones, wearables and accessories.
Global Sources Electronics is being held in two phases and features a total of more than 5,500 booths, making it the world's largest electronics sourcing trade show. The first phase was held April 11-14 and included a wide range of electronics for home, office, auto and security products as well as electronic components.
President of Global Sources Electronics Group, Tommy Wong, said: "Over the past 10 years hosting our events in Hong Kong, we have focused on attracting quality-focused, innovative electronics suppliers from China and across Asia. Our electronics show has gained a reputation as a place to discover the most cutting-edge electronics products coming out of the region. This, in turn, has attracted the world's top buyers to attend our events."
Among the tens of thousands of buyers expected to attend the show are Auchan, CHUBB, Foxconn, Hewlett-Packard, Huawei, Hyundai, JAL, KDDI, Li & Fung, Monster Products, PCCW, Samsung, Seiko, Softbank, Sony, TCL, Tesco, ZTE, and many more.
Industry's First "Robotics Experience Zone" powered by Hanson Robotics and The Chinese University of Hong Kong
During the show buyers can visit the "Robotics Experience Zone." Hanson Robotics, one of the world's top robot manufacturers, will present its latest humanoid robot that deploys artificial intelligence for customer service interaction and other applications. In addition, The Chinese University of Hong Kong will showcase a series of surgical and industrial robots created with the goal of creating a better future through robotics.
Asia's First Consumer Drones Pavilion