SIBT, SSHT & Parking China 2021 to build connections between smart technologies from 10 – 12 December
Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT) and Shanghai Smart Home Technology (SSHT), alongside the concurrent Parking China (PKC) fair and the Shanghai Smart Office Technology (SSOT) zone, will take place on the new dates of 10 – 12 December 2021 in halls N3 to N5 of the Shanghai New International Expo Centre following their postponement announced earlier this month. The fairs are expected to welcome over 230 exhibitors and 26,000 visitors, and will cover an area of 23,100 sqm.
SIBT, SSHT and Parking China to be rescheduled
Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT), Shanghai Smart Home Technology (SSHT) and Parking China (PKC) along with the dedicated zone Shanghai Smart Office Technology (SSOT) have been postponed. Originally scheduled to take place from 31 August – 2 September 2021, a new date for the Shanghai fairs will be announced shortly. The decision was made due to the recent development of Covid-19 cases in a number of Chinese provinces.
Parking China 2021 features the latest trending topics in smart parking
Parking China will return to the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) from 31 August – 2 September 2021. Driven by China’s new infrastructure policy, IoT and the general trend of digital transformation, smart parking is integrating more and more into everyday life in the country. The fair will present a comprehensive range of the latest technologies and products, with product zones dedicated to trending topics.
Parking China 2021 dedicated to supporting further development of the industry
Parking China will return to the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) from 31 August – 2 September, 2021. The success of the 2020 edition and positive feedback from participants indicate signs of strong recovery in the smart parking industry driven by high market demand. This year’s show will once again welcome industry leaders to present new products and trends, as well as explore opportunities created by China’s new infrastructure investment.
SIBT, SSHT and Parking China 2020 remain the leading industry platforms to capture growing potential in the market
Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT), Shanghai Smart Home Technology (SSHT) and Parking China (PKC) concluded their three-day run on 4 September after welcoming 25,837 visitors and 208 exhibitors, covering 20,000 sqm. Together, with the dedicated zone – Shanghai Smart Office Technology (SSOT) – the four concurrent events constructed a one-stop sourcing platform, encompassing the major areas of the smart industry ecosystem. An array of themes were covered including: IoT, AI, big data, robots, smart offices, smart parking, home security, HVAC, energy conservation, 5G, smart neighbourhoods and cities, and more.
Parking China 2020 opens next week, presenting innovative products and solutions for the industry
From 2 – 4 September, Parking China, together with the concurrent Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology, Shanghai Smart Home Technology and Shanghai Smart Office Technology (SSOT) zone will welcome around 200 exhibitors, occupying 20,000 sqm at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). As a significant trade event for the parking industry in China, the show will present a wide range of smart parking products and solutions. A series of fringe events will run in tandem with the fair for participants to gain insights into the latest market trends and exchange ideas with some of the leading minds from China’s parking industry.
Parking China 2020 to present opportunities driven by China’s new infrastructure investment
With objectives to revive the economy and promote sustainable growth, China has launched a new infrastructure campaign, planning to invest heavily in key technologies ranging from smart transportation and 5G networks to artificial intelligence (AI). Expected to drive the development of the country’s technology sector, this new initiative will provide the parking industry with myriad opportunities for growth and advancement. From 2 – 4 September, Parking China will enable industry professionals to discover where these opportunities lie today and in the future, as well as showcase their latest innovations.
Parking China 2020 to promote the integration of parking resources in China
Parking China will return to the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) from 2 – 4 September. Embracing the new theme of The Integrated Development of China’s Parking Industry, the fair is dedicated to showcasing innovative solutions and products, bringing insights from industry leaders and providing rich networking opportunities for fairgoers to collaborate on smart parking services across different sectors.
Parking China demonstrated huge potential for smart solutions in Chinese market
Under an umbrella of ‘smart’ fairs, reflecting the exciting future for the industry, Parking China concluded its three-day run on 5 September. A wide range of innovative smart parking technologies were on display alongside smart building, office and home solutions to provide these industries an integrated sourcing platform. Together, the Parking China, Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology, Shanghai Smart Home Technology fairs, and the Shanghai Smart Office Technology zone, attracted 30,374 trade buyers (2018: 29,423).
Experience the forefront of smart parking innovation at next week’s Parking China
Parking China 2019 is set to return next week from 3 – 5 September at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). This year, Messe Frankfurt joins forces with the China Urban Parking Industry Association for the first time, adding to the intelligent parking product and solution offerings under the theme of urban parking ecosystem. In addition, a series of fringe programme events will run in tandem with the fair for visitors to connect first-hand with significant industry players.
Parking China 2019 strives to build an innovative urban parking ecosystem
Parking China 2019 is set to help build a more innovative urban parking ecosystem this September by highlighting the latest technologies in the industry. By promoting applications like non-inductive payment, unattended parking, precision navigation and more, the show continues to offer a professional platform for industry players to exchange the latest technologies and market intelligence. The fair will once again be held from 3 – 5 September 2019 at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre (SNIEC), and is co-organised by Messe Frankfurt and the China Urban Parking Industry Association.
Parking China receives boost as China Urban Parking Industry Association joins as co-organiser for 2019 fair
The China Urban Parking Industry Association (CUPIA), an alliance of industry representatives of 17 provinces across the country, will take part as a co-organiser for the first time at Parking China 2019. CUPIA will take the initiative to share buyer resources and recruit exhibiting brands under its extensive network. More seminar sessions will also be organised by CUPIA to offer fairgoers a refreshing visiting experience.
Parking China 2018 reschedules to 3 – 5 September to create a synergy effect with concurrent fairs
Held alongside four other building technology fairs featuring IoT and intelligent technologies, Parking China 2018 will highlight the concept of “Internet + Parking” to become part of a cross-sector intelligent ecosystem.