In collaboration with AMETIC, Carlos Pardo will participate in TheMISS Conference, which is accompanying MATELEC trade show. This leading trade fair for the electrical, electronics, and telecommunications industry is taking place from November 15 to 18, 2022, at IFEMA in Madrid, Spain. On November 18, at 11:30, Carlos will speak about “Spanish and European Proposals to Chip and Semiconductor Shortages” at IFEMA Technology building, Room 3, Pavilion 7. They will discuss strategies and solutions included in PERTE and how companies in Europe are trying to solve the problem locally.
MATELEC is the leading trade fair for the electrical, electronics and telecommunications industry. Under the umbrella of ePower&Building, it boosts its convening capacity and becomes the most important event in southern Europe for the materials, techniques, and construction systems industry for the building industry.
TheMISS Conference is an initiative of the ePower&Building call for the industry and its building companies to present their products and solutions developed in the field of materials and technology for construction, contributing in a reliable way to emissions mitigation and energy efficiency. The Miss held its first edition in 2021, within the framework of GENERA, the leading Spanish trade fair for renewable energies.
It is essential to adapt production environments to the new transformation of digital industry 4.0 in innovation in energy and automation, efficiency, and sustainability. MATELEC is a great commercial platform that serves as a lever for accelerating and energizing the market, both domestically and for export. With the slogan “Inspiration and Business – Building the future”, the thematic axes will revolve around sustainability, innovation and technology, ePower&Building is the trade platform and sectoral and international meeting point, which will bring together more than 1,600 exhibiting companies and consolidate the nearly 90,000 professional participants (88,146) from 100 countries.
AMETIC represents the digital technology industry in Spain. Members are companies of all sizes, which include large global companies of IT, telecoms, consumer electronics, services and digital contents, as well as other leading companies in digital transformation and other associations of the sector. The association represents a key sector for employment and growth with a significant impact on our national GDP, acting as a multiplier for other sectors.
For more information and registration, please visit TheMISS Conference.