FRANKFURT, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This year, at CeBIT (March 16 to 20, 2015) 31 exhibitors from Hong Kong will be taking part on three combined stands (Hall 17, Stand G26-F1, Hall 13, Stand C15-B1, Hall 6, Stand E29) organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Their products and services range from electronic smart home appliances through virtual reality headsets to 3D printers.
Hong Kong is one of the world´s leading exporters of electronics products. Regarding telephones and mobile phones, it is the largest exporter worldwide. In 2014, Hong Kong exported electronics products worth USD 287 billion (a growth of 5.9 per cent year-on-year), accounting for 61 per cent of the city´s total exports. Imports of electronics products rose by 7.9 per cent to USD 303.4 billion. The industry´s overall growth continued through the beginning of 2015.
Eight companies from Hong Kong will showcase headsets, phones, receivers, USB sticks, chargers, batteries, smartphone accessories and office appliances for ergonomic working environments in the “Global Sourcing Area” in Hall 17, Stand G26-F1.
In the “Communication & Networks” area at Stand C15-B1 in Hall 13 electronic smart-home appliances, monitoring products, printed circuit boards and data helmets are presented by seven Hong Kong companies.
Under the roof of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, a corporation under public law promoting talented technology players, 16 Hong Kong companies from the “Global Business IT” sector will be exhibiting at Stand E29 in Hall 6. Their range covers information and data processing including 3D printers, 3D-surround sound technology, TVs and smart devices with autostereoscopic 3D displays and whole-body monitoring 3D scanners. With an integrated sensor assisted by facial recognition software, digital signage technology can establish the gender and age of persons looking at the digital display panel and determine advertising effectiveness. Moreover, appropriate advertising contents can be displayed for respective target groups. Additional topics include cloud-computing, high-performance computing and big data.
New monitoring instruments for blood-glucose or cardiac health screenings as well as headphones measuring the heart rate with great precision are showcased as well.
Software solutions for data security and protection against unauthorized access combining data encryption, control of data access, authentication and secure dial-in protecting against hacker attacks, digital information espionage and data leaks are also on show.