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Rutronik to Exhibit at World Electronics Forum 2017


Rutronik will be exhibiting its entire service portfolio, with a special focus on technologies of the future, at the World Electronics Forum 2017. The forum will be held on October 24 – 28 in Angers, France.


The goal of the World Electronics Forum (WEF) is information sharing regarding the current challenges and the newest trends and innovations in the electronics sector. On October 27, at the showroom in Théâtre Le Quai, Rutronik will present numerous solutions that are building the foundation for forward-looking applications. Rutronik technologies to be highlighted include embedded and wireless systems in the conflicting areas of IoT and gateways based on secure data exchange.


As part of the Decision-Makers’ Forum, Bernd Hantsche, Marketing Director Embedded & Wireless at Rutronik, will give a lecture entitled “How the General Data Protection Regulation influences electronic product design.” It will be held on October 27 at 9:15 a.m. Afterwards, he and other experts will be available at the Rutronik booth for individual questions and discussions. The Forum brings together start-ups, leading companies as well as research institutes. In workshops, lectures, and work meetings, experts discuss the most important future topics in the electronics industry.


For Rutronik, this is a high-profile event and the ideal framework for the company to present innovative solutions. We are also looking forward to talking with globally renowned experts and representatives from other leading companies,” explained Andreas Mangler, Head of Strategic Marketing at Rutronik.


Established meeting point for the global electronics industry

The most important representatives from the electronics industry and entrepreneurs and managers from the industry have been attending the WEF since 1995. This event is held at different locations around the world and this year’s Forum is being held in Europe for the second time.

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