Latest technology on display at Electronex


The latest electronics technology solutions will be available under one roof at Electronex in Melbourne in September.

The 2-day exhibition and major conference provides an opportunity to source the latest products, technologies and solutions to gain a competitive business edge.

Electronex is now firmly established as the largest specialised exhibition for the electronics industry in Australasia.

Following the success of the inaugural event in Sydney last September, Electronex has moved to Melbourne and combines a growing dedicated trade show of nearly 100 exhibitors.

The exhibition features the latest products and services for electronic product design, development, assembly, manufacture, test, measurement, repair, systems and component supply.

A 2-day technical conference will be conducted by the Surface Mount and Circuit Board Association in conjunction with the exhibition.

The SMCBA Electronics Design and Manufacture Conference 2011 features several international keynote speakers employed by the world’s largest and most advanced OEM’s (IBM, Ultracad, Fairfield Nodal).

This includes presentations by Counterfeit Component expert Rick Stanton, IBM Senior
Engineer Matt Kelly and PCB Design experts Doug Brooks (Ultracad) and Susy Webb (Fairfield Nodal). 

Electronex 2011 will be held at Melbourne Park Function Centre (alongside Rod Laver Tennis Arena) from September 14-15.

The exhibition is free to all conference delegates, and to trade visitors who register online before the show.

For trade show registration visit: and for details of conference sessions visit: or contact the SMCBA on 03 9568 0599.

Australasian Exhibitions & Events Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9676 2133

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