Murata will exhibit at CeBIT, the world’s largest trade show for IT solutions from March 20-24 2017. The event, which will take place at the Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Hannover, Germany is expected to see 200,000 visitors through the doors. Booths from 3,300 companies from 70 countries will showcase business fields such as the Internet of Things, big data, cloud computing, and security.
Japan is the official Partner Country for CeBIT 2017 and the exhibition will be a stage for Japan’s industries, government and academia to demonstrate the country’s role as a pioneer in cutting-edge digital technologies such as virtual reality and artificial intelligence to the whole world.
Murata’s booth will be located in the Element Zone of the Japan Pavilion in Hall 4, set up on the exhibition grounds by the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO). Visitors can see demonstrations of cutting-edge compact, high-performance equipment that improves infrastructure and modern life as well as learn about technologies expected to grow even more in the future, such as sensor solutions and robotics. Highlights at the Murata booth include ultra-compact passive components (monolithic ceramic capacitors, noise suppression products, etc.), wearable device demo kits, traffic counter systems and of course, the Murata Cheerleaders.