The inaugural Automation Malaysia 2014 will focus on robotics, conveyors, monitoring systems and automation systems for the manufacturing sector in Malaysia.
Automation improves processes and increases productivity for all manufacturing plants. Especially for the Electronics and Electrical sector where precision is important, automation plays an important role to help reduce human error and keeps production going with minimum human intervention. According to Frost & Sullivan, the Automation and Control marketing in Malaysia will reach USD380million in 2016.
The synergy between automation and electronics manufacturing resulted in the launch of Automation Malaysia 2014. Held alongside NEPCON Malaysia, the two events will serve the entire electronics manufacturing sector – ALL UNDER ONE ROOF.