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    Date : 28 June 2017 (Wed)

    Hong Kong Automation Technology Council (HKATC), Group 32 of FHKI, launched its first “Hong Kong Pavilion” at Industrial Automation Shenzhen 2017 on 28-30 June 2017.

    Funded by the "Dedicated Fund on Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales" (Organisation Support Programme) of the HKSAR Government, the Hong Kong Pavilion was set up to promote the capability and image of "Hong Kong Automation Industry". The Opening ceremony of Hong Kong Pavilion was held on 28 June and Alfred Tang, Director of Shenzhen Liaison Unit of HKSAR, was cordially invited to be the Guest-of-Honour of the Opening Ceremony in support of the Hong Kong Government’s contribution to the field of R&D and technology development in automation.

    Robert Lai, HKATC Chairman commenced the ceremony by giving his welcome speech to highlight the global trend of ‘smart manufacturing’ and the importance of automation technologies that have been dominantly striking and transforming the industrial world. Jimmy Kwok, Deputy Chairman of FHKI, also conveyed his insights by exploring the influence that smart technologies leverage on us and how the integration of IoT and IoS can steer the manufacturing sector towards the new era of ‘Industry 4.0’.

    Located at Hall 2 of Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, the 435-sqm Hong Kong Pavilion acted as an important platform for Hong Kong automation industry players to reach different users of various industries in the Mainland. An array of automation production lines, technologies, systems and robots were to be impressively demonstrated to bring out a real-life experience for visitors to discover the latest advanced automation technologies of Hong Kong. A total of five guided tours were arranged for visitors during the 3-day exhibition.

    This “Hong Kong Pavilion" is one of the key deliverables under the funding project namely ‘Hong Kong Automation Industry – Promote the branding of “Hong Kong Automation” and assisting industry players to explore the industrial automation market in China’. To learn more about the project, please visit project website.

    Group photo of FHKI leaderships and guests at the Opening Ceremony of Hong Kong Pavilion

    Hong Kong Pavilion displays the automation technologies and products.

    FHKI leaderships share and exchange ideas with exhibitors

    Visitors explore the latest automation production systems

    FHKI leaderships discover the latest products to experience the concept of smart manufacturing

    HKATC Chairman Robert Lai guides the visit tour to explore the Hong Kong Pavilion







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