element14.in, the Development Distributor of technology products and solutions for electronics system design, manufacture and operations will be showcasing their latest ranges from MultiComp, TE Connectivity, Phoenix Contact, Bulgin, Schneider Electric, Honeywell etc at Automation EXPO. The expo will be held between August 09-12, 2017 at the Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai.
Visitors can get a hands-on demo at the element14 stall no. G 19, hall no. 1, on automation products and solutions from industry-leading suppliers. Products which will be displayed are:
- automation solutions from partners like TE Connectivity, Schneider Electric etc.
- IOT based development kits such as Raspberry Pi, Beagle bone black with wifi, Beagle bone black industrial etc.
Ravi Pagar, Regional Director – South Asia, element14 Asia-Pacific said, “We are excited to participate in the Automation EXPO event. It allows us to demonstrate and showcase the latest products from our technology partners. This year, we will be showcasing a wide spectrum of products for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) from leading suppliers such as TE Connectivity, Schneider Electric and Honeywell. We encourage visitors to visit our stall to discuss their projects and requirements with our experienced technical team.”
element14 is committed to strengthening its position as the trusted one-stop source of engineering knowledge and solutions for design innovation. In the past one year, the company has invested significantly in the country to ensure that they provide customers with personalized and continuous support.
Navin Honnavar, Senior Manager – Marketing (South Asia), element14 said, “Automation 2017 is an ideal platform for us to reach out to professionals and buyers focused on developing solutions for the industrial automation market. With a wide array of devices, element14 is well positioned to support the industry growth. With our extensive portfolio of solutions and products, design engineers and buyers can uplift their business of manufacturing to a higher pedestal.”