Detailed Statistics on PCIM Europe 2019 Now Available

Detailed Statistics on PCIM Europe 2019 Now Available

An increase of visitors and exhibitors, as well as high satisfaction rates on all sides, confirm that the PCIM Europe, the leading international Exhibition and Conference for Power Electronics and its applications, was a great success.

With 12,182 visitors and 515 exhibitors, this year’s PCIM Europe that took place on 7 – 9 May in Nuremberg registered another record result. As far as the Conference is concerned, the numbers were on the same level as the previous year, showing a slight upward trend with 804 international delegates.


Increase in International Exhibitors and Visitors

More than half of this year’s exhibiting companies are based outside of Germany; the number of American enterprises was a remarkable 14%. Furthermore, China, Italy, Great Britain, France, and Japan were strongly represented. 76% of the exhibitors rated the PCIM Europe “good” or “very good” and they praised, in particular, the quality of trade visitors at their booths as well as the organization of the event.

The international trade visitors (46%) predominantly came from German-speaking countries, but also from Italy, Great Britain, France, and the USA, the large proportion of decision-makers (79%) mirroring the superior quality of the clientele. 93% of the visitors would recommend the PCIM Europe to others and 75% of them intend to attend the exhibition again next year. Information on new products and trends was the most frequently mentioned objective (74%), followed by exchanging knowledge and experiences (62%), gaining an overview of the market (61%) and maintaining existing/establishing new business relations (57% and 55% respectively).


PCIM Europe's stats at a glance. Image courtesy of Mesago.

PCIM Europe's stats at a glance. Image courtesy of Mesago.


Cutting-edge Conference Topics

Within the scope of the application-oriented conference, brand new topics from research and industry were presented to the public for the very first time in as many as 333 lectures and poster presentations. Delegates praised, above all, the high topicality and relevance of the shared content. 56% of this year’s attendees came from abroad; Japan being the strongest-represented country with 15%. France and the USA ranked two and three at 13% and 10%.

Power semiconductors, components, and modules constituted the most popular range of topics by far (mentioned by 84% of the participants), while access to expert knowledge was the most important objective.

Further information on the structure of exhibitors, visitors and conference delegates as well as on the event itself is available for download in the press section of the website.

PCIM Europe 2020 will take place from 5 – 7 May 2020 in Nuremberg.

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