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  • Metal-Expo’2020
    Mar 06,2020
    Metal-Expo’2020 is a large-scale forum important not only for the industry, but also for the economy as a whole. The event is visited by steel and steel-related industries professionals from all-over the world: builders, oil and gas producers and engineers focused on promoting their products and services, establishing mutually beneficial business contacts, and developing their businesses minding the latest market trends. Some 600 exhibitors from 34 world countries will exhibite their best solutions on the exhibition space of more than 27k sqm.
  • SECURITY MARKET IN KOREA <ESTIMATED GROWTH RATE IN 2020>
    Feb 12,2020
    The current Security Market The Korean Security Market reached 3.74 billion won in 2019, which is a 2.3% rise compared to 2018. The 52-hour workweek system along with other new systems will enliven the security industry, where a 5.2% rise is foreseen. The estimated market size for 2020 is 3.95 billion won. MOLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport) plans to expand the Smart City Software Platform by 2022 MOLIT plans to build Smart City platforms in 108 local governments. 22 platforms were built in the year 2018, 27 were completed in 2019, and over 30 Smart City platforms are to be constructed this year. Smart Factories and Security Along with 10 leading industrial complexes, 30,000 Smart Factories are to be built by 2022. In addition, 100,000 professional personnel are to receive specific training before starting their work at the many Smart Factories. The government was able to support 7,903 Smart Factories up until 2019 and plans to invest an additional 300 billion won in order to build 4,400 more factories. 6,000 Smart factories are planned to be constructed this year and 6,200 more in 2022. 2020- THE 7 CYBERSECURITY KEYWORDS To mark the start of a new year, the security industry has set its goal. According to the ‘2020 Security Threat’, security organizations and domestic security specialized companies have selected 7 cyber security keywords for the year 2020. Keyword 1- Artificial Intelligence Careful observations on malware features, abnormal acts, characteristics of its attackers, and machine learning based AI algorithms enable the defenders to deal with cyber threats. However, such observations also give the attackers a chance to invent new attack methods. Defenders must always stay alert since the risk of inputting false data and many other unsolved errors are relatively high in AI. Even though most security solutions are built and driven on human logic-based detection engines, keeping the latest technology manually up to date is impossible. To solve this problem, AI is useful for detecting threats, accelerating its responding speed, and blocking out the attack before its proliferation. However, as cyber criminals continue using the same technology, stronger malware is being developed. Keyword 2- Ransomware The new method of ransomware attack now aims at specific targets, where companies, communities, and public institutions are at risk. Companies with strong financial powers are most likely to be their targets as the attackers will be rewarded huge sums of money for their success. Those providing Infra and Database storage, local government and healthcare organizations, are listed as main targets. Keyword 3- Supply Chain Attack Supply Chain attacks will continue to infiltrate into the supply chain through third party systems and services. Therefore, due to its weak security systems, those purchasing third party vendor products and services, must take extra caution. Keyword 4- Cloud The interest in Cloud Security is on the rise. However, it is pointed out that Cloud computing’s largest vulnerability is the operator’s configuration error. More complex and flexible Cloud systems will eventually lead to a greater number of errors and reveal itself as a target for many cyber attackers. Keyword 5- Malicious emails Receiving emails containing malware is not a new thing anymore. The Financial Security Institute warns us how malware email attacks are becoming more cunning and harder to block. Spear Phishing, a traditional method of attack which uses HWP and DOC documents, will not stop this year. Keyword 6- Internet of Things (IoT) IoT devices are now being more commonly used and those using 5G network are as well. On the contrary, network weaknesses of the large scale multi vector 5G cyber-attacks are predicted to increase in large numbers. The main problem is that the network between IoT devices, its network, and Cloud is security-wise still unstable. This makes it harder to perceive clear visibility of the devices and requires complex security requirements. The existing regulations and the new ones must be integrated in order to protect the developing network of all industries and business fields. Keyword 7- Darkweb Darkweb is now well-known to the public. Certain programs which enable Korean Netizens to improve their networking skills, is eventually a shortcut for them to be involved in the distribution of illegal programs and cybercrime. Personal information and hacking tools traded on Darkweb are mostly misused. Examples of such are credential stuffing, spear phishing, and smishing. Darkweb is also a place where financial crimes are taking place, and it was for this reason why Darkweb was included as one of the 9 Cyber-security issues of 2020. SEOUL AS A SMART CITY The Smart City industry is predicted to reach 1.69 trillion dollars by 2021, where KISTI (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) estimates the domestic Smart City market to reach 151 trillion won by then. In 2017, the South Korean government formed the Presidential Committee on the 4th Industrial Revolution and issued the Smart City propulsion strategies the following year. Seoul Metropolitan City (Seoul) is one of the most renowned Smart Cities in the world, where traffic and safety, environment, and many other services are being dealt with. The Main Prize for World Smart City Awards last year, which was held at the SCEWC (Smart City Expo World Congress) in Spain, was awarded to Seoul. With its high-speed communications network and wi-fi nationwide as well as the establishment of the world’s best e-Government systems, Seoul continues to rank number one for seven executive years at the ‘World’s Top 100 e-Government Cities’ assessment. Furthermore, Seoul was one of the top three at the world’s Smart City assessment run by Eden Strategy Institute in Singapore.
  • "Hong Kong Eyewear Good Design"Pavilion at SILMO Bangkok 2020, ASEAN's business platform for the optical and eyewear industry
    Feb 03,2020
    Bangkok, Thailand, August 2019 – SILMO Bangkok 2020, the ASEAN optical fair is pleased to announce that Hong Kong Optical Manufacturers Association (HKOMA), in collaboration with Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), will organize the first ever Hong Kong pavilion, consisting 30 exhibitors, under the "Hong Kong Eyewear Good Design" project, at SILMO Bangkok 2020. The event will be held from 10 to 12 June 2020, at IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand. The Hong Kong eyewear industry is renowned for its pursuit of high quality, innovation and trending designs. Hong Kong is the world's third largest exporter of spectacles and frames.? Mrs. Grace Tai, President, HKOMA, stated, "HKOMA is pleased to collaborate with HKPC to organize the 'Hong Kong Eyewear Good Design' project. Only 30 Hong Kong exhibitors that fulfill the criteria are selected to join this project, which is aimed at promoting the very best of Hong Kong eyewear designs, to the emerging markets under the 'One belt, One road' initiative." She added", One such emerging market is ASEAN. This is an economically vibrant region with growing affluent middle class populations. SILMO Bangkok has established itself as ASEAN's business platform for the optical and eyewear industry, and acts as the bridge that connects the local and international optical market. This is why we feel that this is the ideal platform for Hong Kong companies to explore new market opportunities in the ASEAN market.” Ms. Grace Cho. also mentioned that with the increasing numbers of urban households having sufficient income to spend on discretionary services, consumers are now attaching greater importance on eye care by buying higher quality glasses. Consumers are paying greater attention to glasses' aesthetic qualities in additional to its practical functions. The trend of purchasing bespoke and branded spectacles is increasingly evident as consumers seek greater comfort and individually designed styles to meet their different needs. According to the Hong Kong Trade Development Council's ASEAN Middle-income Consumer Survey, ASEAN's middle-class consumers are inclined to allocate a substantial amount of discretionary spending on fashion. Fashion is currently ranked third in spending after travel, health and beauty. More than half of the respondents in ASEAN indicated that they will continue to spend more on fashion items in the next two years. SILMO Bangkok 2020, into its third edition under the theme "Business Meets Fashion", has cemented its position as the gateway to ASEAN's optical industry and market. SILMO Bangkok is the key industry platform and gathering place for industry professionals to learn, network and showcase their latest products, technologies and solutions. More than 250 eyewear brands; optical lenses; optometric instruments; equipment and machinery; optical equipment; as well as optical retail technology and solutions will be featured during the 3-day exhibition. In addition to the trade exhibition showcase, SILMO Bangkok 2020 will bring together industry players and professionals from Thailand and ASEAN+6 and beyond, to attend a whole host of exciting activities, including: SILMO FASHION SHOW - Eyewear collections from global companies and brands will be unveiled at the SILMO Bangkok 2020 Fashion Show; BUSINESS MATCHING - An opportunity for exhibitors to meet key buyers and targeted audience to generate new sales leads, expand their business network and to build their brand presence to reach the Asian market; SILMO ARENA - A learning hub for marketing and sales strategies tailored for optical retailers; SILMO ACADEMY - A knowledge platform featuring experts from the optical industry to share their expertise and insights; SILMO BANGKOK EYEWEAR DESIGN CONTEST - Up-and-coming designers take center stage, to inspire with their most fashion forward creations; INNOVATIVE EYEWEAR & EYECARE TECHNOLOGY - Explore the next generation optical technology in eyewear and eyecare industry and discover new innovative optometric devices and machinery; and DESIGNER'S VILLAGE – A gathering of the best designs and start-ups for the business – from eyewear to shop fittings, sound to illumination, and everything else to elevate your customers’ retail experience. Mr. Loy Joon How, General Manager, IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd., the organizer of SILMO Bangkok, said "We are very pleased to welcome the participation of Hong Kong in SILMO Bangkok 2020. This reflects the growing importance of SILMO Bangkok as the regional industry platform and gathering place. Hong Kong participation will also be joined by other international groups and individual participation from over 14 countries including China, France, Korea, Italy, Taiwan and many more."? ABOUT THE ORGANIZER: Founded in 1967, the Silmo Paris exhibition is owned by the Silmo Association, which is a trade association that brings together French optics and eyewear manufacturers. Silmo Association has since established a long lasting partnership with Comexposium, a world leader in event organizing, with a total of 114 public and trade exhibition platforms covering 17 business sectors. Together with IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd, we present to you SILMO Bangkok - The ASEAN Optical Fair – where business meet fashion. IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd. IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd. ("IMPACT") is the leading exhibition organizer in Thailand. Offering a full range of services for domestic and international exhibitions, conferences, meetings and special events, IMPACT has earned a well-deserved reputation as a highly professional and reliable show manager/organizer amongst the public and private sectors. Through face-to-face and digital channels, and working hand-in-hand with international trade associations, organizers and corporations across a broad spectrum of industries, IMPACT creates environments to help you build a network of professional contacts in the course of one event.
  • PCIM Asia Conference Call for Papers and speaker applications open
    Jan 09,2020
    PCIM Asia Conference 2020 – part of the PCIM Asia fair held from 1 to 3 July – is calling for submission of papers. With a number of industry experts having already confirmed their participation in this must-attend event in the industry, the conference continues to welcome authorities and academia to submit their abstracts on the latest trends and applications in the power electronics field by 31 December 2019. Opportunities for speakers to be involved in the conference are also still open. PCIM Asia is an international exhibition and conference for power electronics, intelligent motion technology, renewable energy and energy management. The fair, to be held from 1 – 3 July 2020 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Center, is jointly organised by Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt Co Ltd and the Shanghai Pudong International Exhibition Corp, with Mesago PCIM GmbH as a partner. The show will showcase the latest offerings in the power electronics industry, covering a comprehensive selection of power electronics solutions and associated semiconductors, power devices, bus bars, capacitors and more. Known as one of the most important and prominent conferences for power electronics in Asia, the PCIM Asia Conference is where industry associates gather to discuss the technological advancement and future development of the power electronics industry. The conference provides a unique platform for power electronics specialists to present their latest discoveries in front of nearly 500 industry players. E-Mobility and Infrastructure will be the key topic of the PCIM Asia Conference this year, which will focus on the technological breakthrough and upcoming trends of e-mobility. Other highlighted topics this year include: Environmental Friendly and Renewable Energy Technologies Advanced Power Semiconductors Passive Components and Integration AC / DC Converters DC / DC Converters Digital Power Conversion Motor Drive & Motion Control High Frequency Power Electronic Converters and Inverters Automotive Power Electronics System Reliability Power Quality Solutions Smart Grid Power Electronics Power Electronics in Transmission Systems All the papers accepted will be included in the official PCIM Asia Conference proceedings, as well as the widely recognised libraries of IEEE Xplore and IET Inspec Direct. Conference contributions will also be considered for oral presentations or posters. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the PCIM Asia 2020 Advisory Board and Technical Committee. As in the past, The Best Paper Award and The Young Engineer Award will be granted to the winners from submissions that highlight technologies, market trends and government policies within the power electronics industry. The organisers will present these awards in recognition of the outstanding contribution made by those in the industry, and the winners will be honoured during the event with a prize money of RMB 8,000 each. The conference has always attracted an impressive line-up of professional attendees. Some of the participants in 2019 included ABB, Danfoss, Delta, DTU, EPFL, Institute of Electrical Engineering Chinese Academy of Sciences, JJE, Macdermid Alpha, Osaka Institute of Technology, Tsinghua University, University of Nottingham Ningbo, Zhejiang University and many others. It is expected that industry experts from these leading enterprises and academic institutions will return once again to share their insights as well as experiences on various topics.
  • How will die-casting companies cope with the arrival of 5G?
    Jan 06,2020
    Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic China recently announced that 5G commercial use has officially started! The development of 5G has promoted the upgrading of facilities and the number and cost of base stations are more than double of 4G. It takes about 7 years to build 6 million 5G base stations in China, with a total cost of 1.2 trillion to 1.5 trillion RMB. At the same time, 5G terminals will come to the market massively. "China 5G Economic Report 2020" shows that in 2020, 5G commercial use will drive 900 billion RMB in investment in China and it will reach 1.5 trillion RMB in 2025. According to the report, the five industries of mobile terminal, automobile industry, industrial Internet, medical health, and pan-entertainment will take the lead to benefit from 5G. The demand for 5G base stations and filters has driven the die casting suppliers. The difficulty of filter design and the increase of filter quantity are inevitable trend, and its corresponding value and sales will multiply. Facing such a huge market, how should die-casting companies cope with the present and future of 5G? The new requirements from 3C and 5G telecom industry, new applications of structural parts, new energy vehicles, building templates keep stimulating the development of die casting technologies, semi-solid casting, squeeze casting and other new processes. Digitization, automation, and intelligence are also positively and profoundly motivating the industry with challenges and opportunities. With the upgrading of smart workshops and e-information applications, the intelligent manufacturing has become a new method for enterprises to improve the management, as well as for full transformation and emerging markets exploration. With the theme of "Digital Application and Intelligent Development of High Efficient Die Casting Manufacturing ", China DIECASTING 2020 and CHINA NONFERROUS 2020 will once again showcase the solutions of whole die casting industry chain and lead the development trend of the industry into the future.