Delivering the West Coast Electronics Marketplace

Jan 18, 2013, 12:00 ET from UBM Canon

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Electronics is California's largest industry, representing 19% of the nation's entire electronics output, which is not surprising considering electronics is the nation's second largest industry after food manufacturing.  Its key sectors include aerospace/avionics, defense, instrumentation, telecom, computers/IT, transportation, and medical electronics, and will be showcased at Electronics West at the Anaheim Convention Center February 12-14, 2013.


Electronics West combines with advanced manufacturing trade shows including automation (ATX West), aerospace (AeroCon), and medical (MD&M West) to deliver the full spectrum of industry on the West Coast. Decision makers from 14,461 different company facilities conducted 156,028 meetings with 2,075 exhibiting companies during the 2012 co-located shows in Anaheim.

New in 2013, The MedTech Innovate Seminars have been designed to help you discover the latest developments and technological innovations to shape the ever-evolving medtech industry. Each practical expert-led seminar is in a bite-size 2-hour format to allow you to choose the seminars that best meet your information needs, while still giving you time to walk the tradeshow floor.

About UBM Canon

UBM Canon is the leading producer of face-to-face trade events and media brands that support the flow of information, commerce, and innovation in the world's $3 trillion advanced technology-based manufacturing sector, including co-located events in Anaheim, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Chicago, IL; Orlando, FL; Charlotte, NC; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; Houston, TX; Boston, MA; Minneapolis, MN; Toronto, ON; and Montreal, QC.  UBM Canon's extensive manufacturing portfolio includes events for medical design and manufacturing, packaging, process technology, design engineering, assembly and automation technology, plastics processing, quality assurance, and electronics. UBM Canon's signature strategic co-location of these events has resulted in the largest design and manufacturing events in the United States.