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LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA: Tapping Opportunities in the Indian Market

August 28, 2018

LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA will be held at the Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) from September 26 to 28, 2018. The aim of the trade fair is to bring innovation, trends and knowledge together on a single platform and to connect buyers from various applying industries with suppliers of the most suitable technical solutions.

Bhupinder Singh, Chief Executive Officer of Messe Muenchen India said, “Constant changes and transformations in technology are undoubtedly disrupting the manufacturing industry but also providing unprecedented opportunities to grow and develop manufacturing processes.”

This year at the show, trade visitors can expect to meet over 160 exhibitors who will be showcasing various low-to-high-power fiber lasers, cutting-edge laser and optical technologies as well as components and complete laser systems. More than 8,000 trade visitors from all over India are expected to attend the trade fair which will also be featuring an Additive Manufacturing Pavilion and Summit, Machine Vision Pavilion and the fourth Buyer Seller Forum, where top buyers looking for specific technologies or solutions network with exhibitors face-to-face.

Leading companies exhibiting at the LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2018 will include Advanced Photonics, Coherent Laser India, Forbes & Company, IPG Photonics, Kirti Lasers, Meera Laser Solutions, Sahajanand Laser Technology Limited (SLTL), Scantech Laser, Suresh Indu Lasers and TRUMPF India among many other key industry players.

Further, the trade fair presents the second edition of the Additive Manufacturing Pavilion, a dedicated special exhibition area that will be showcasing laser-based processes and systems for additive manufacturing in industrial applications. The visitors will gain a comprehensive understanding of the state-of-the-art in 3D printing, latest technological advances and their applications for the Indian market. Additive manufacturing is proving to be great enabling technology for various industries with major impact seen in automotive, aerospace, electronics and medical.

For the first time, an international conference on Smart Manufacturing with LASERS will bring together researchers, technology leaders and industry users under one roof which will help the industry to improve the quality of products and to reduce the manufacturing process costs by working smartly with lasers. Attendees will learn from the leaders in manufacturing on how to move from ‘intention’ to ‘action’ and about the cutting-edge technologies in manufacturing. The conference will also feature case studies from the industry. It will take place on September 27, 2018.

The Buyer-Seller Forum, which has been a huge success in the previous editions, will be held in the exhibition hall for the fourth time. The Buyer-Seller Forum facilitates the direct and targeted contact between exhibitors and buyers from domestic and international markets through prescheduled meetings to discuss business and to form potential strategic partnerships.

The 3D Manufacturing Summit complements the Additive Manufacturing Pavilion and features panel discussions on the latest issues and business models in the industry. The discussions will also include varied topics like the Key Trends of Additive Manufacturing in 2018, the Road Map towards implementation of Additive Manufacturing, the future effects of Additive Manufacturing on Traditional Manufacturing, Latest innovations in production through adoption of Metal Printing, etc.

“The Indian market is open for new opportunities and accepting the latest technologies such as lasers and photonics available in the market. We are confident that LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA will unlock the massive market opportunity for the laser and optical industry in India.” concluded Singh.