14 - 15

SEPTEMBER

2016

PARIS EXPO

Porte de Versailles

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99
Hours
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Presentation and 2015 Review

 

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2015 review

ENOVA PARIS: A business atmosphere focused on innovation, IoT and Embedded

ENOVA PARIS closed its doors on September 24th, having recorded a slight increase (2%) in visitors, with 4,978 professionals from both research and industry, plus an increase attendance from design consultancies.

There was also notable growth in visitor numbers from the automotive and transport sectors, as well as construction and civil engineering, driven by the increased challenges faced in home automation and smart building.

Another strong market trend, well-represented at the exhibition was eHealth, visible in the increased number of visitors from the medical equipment and paramedical sectors.

Of the 418 exhibitors present - including 16% from 14 foreign countries - embedded communicating systems once more made their mark, reflecting the progress made in the range on offer in the "embedded and smart devices area” and the presence this year of EnovaLAB, which was a must-see for many visitors.

 

”This year’s exhibition was notable for the enthusiastic discussions between manufacturers, buyers and project leaders, which confirmed ENOVA’s position as the exhibition for business. Proof of this could be seen in the increased number of business meetings - over 400 were scheduled – up by 64% compared with 2014. The success of the conferences and the EnovaLAB area also showed that innovation, research and new technology are the fundamentals of the exhibition” declared the new exhibition director, Pascal Melet.

 

  • 418  exhibitors including 16% from 14 foreign countries
  • 4,978 professionals visitors
  • 813 delegates at the International Metrology Congress
  • 130 participants at the Fibre-Optics Applications Congress

 

2015 VISITORS PROFILE

# THESE INCLUDE*

25% Research Unit/Engineering/Consultancy/Design    

28% Industrial companies/Order Givers/Assembly 

15% Service Providers       

13% Suppliers/Machine Manufacturers/Industrial Equipment        

8% Distribution/Trading/Wholesale   

7% Industrial Subcontractors         

3% Integrators  

1% Fablab

 

their areas of interest*

34% # ELECTRONICS/ PRODUCTION / TESTING / COMPONENTS

27% # SOFTWARE AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS / M2M / SMART DEVICES

          EMBEDDED AND SMART DEVICES AREA

           ENOVALAB

33% # MEASUREMENT / INSTRUMENTATION / METROLOGY / VISION

           METROLOGY CONGRESS VILLAGE

19% # OPTICS / PHOTONICS

 

positions*

Engineer 29%

 

Technician, Supervisor 9%

Chairman, MD, CEO 17%

 

Project Leader 9%

Manager, Research Director, Head of Department 17%

Consultant 6%

 

Head of Product 2%

 Student, Trainee 9%

 

Educator, Academic 2%

 

 

Visitors from all industrial sectors*

Measurement, Instrumentation 8%

Laboratories, Academic and Public Sector Research Bodies  3%

Aerospace, Civil Aviation  8%

Students/Trainees  3%

Electronic and Robotics Products  7%

Laboratories and Private Sector Research 2%

Automotive and other transport 6%

Local and Regional Authorities 2%

Mass Market Electronics  6%

Industrial Maintenance  2%

 

Medical Equipment, Healthcare, Paramedical, Personal Organisations and Services  5%
Distribution, Sales and Distance Selling  2%

ICT, Software, Engineering, Data Management and Protection 4%

Security, Access Control, Surveillance 2%

Mechanical Industries 4%

Chemicals, Para-chemistry, Petrochemicals  2%

Energy, Nuclear, Environmental 4%

Agrofoods and Agrosupplies 2%

Building, Civil Engineering, Construction and Equipment/ Home Automation  4%

Micro and Nano-electronics 1%

Military, Defence 3%

Metallurgy and Metalworking  1%

Services, Consultancy  3%

Luxuries industry 1%

Telecoms, ISP, Cloud, Super-fast broadband 3%

Logistics, Passenger and freight transport, Supply Chain  1%

Optical and Vision Products and Solutions 3%

Events, Event Organisers  1%
Education, Training  3% Banking/Consultancy/Management  1%

 

main regions*

 

highlights

THE INNOVATION AWARDS AND THE "VISITORS' TOP PICK"

With 150 new products presented at ENOVA PARIS 2015, the exhibition confirmed that innovation, new technology and industrial process excellence are the watchwords for professionals involved in the electronics, embedded, IoT, measurement, vision and optics industries.

 

On the first night of the exhibition, the winners of the 5th edition of the ENOVA PARIS Innovation Awards were surprised to be presented with their prizes by a very special guest: SAMI, the semi-humanoid robot developed by the team of the CRIIF (The Paris Region’s Integrated Robotics Centre):

  • Quality/Safety award: JRI for its LAB’EXPRESS mobile metrics lab.
  • Productivity Award: ALPHANOV for its fibre laser design kit and HEIDENHAIN FRANCE for its pressure-free measurement procedure
  • Embedded Technology Award: NANOLIKE – NANOSENSORS for its Strain Nano-gauge
  • Connected Device Award: MESCAN for its ultra-mobile B-Flex force meter solution

The Visitors’ Top Pick awarded by the exhibition visitors went to SURICOG for its WEETSY new generation of eye-tracking tools 

 

EnovaLAB

New in 2015, EnovaLAB, ENOVA’s pop-up FabLab brought together 15 FabLabs where firms presented their businesses, projects and creations:

Artilect Lab, Le Fabclub, Fablab des Usines Nouvelles, Fablab de l’Insa de Strasbourg, CYBEDROID, Polytech Orléans, Fablab Orléanais, ELECTROLAB : Hackerspace, AXON' CABLE, Cogibot,  ROBOT LAB / CRIIF, PMCLAB, Fablab de l'ESIEE, Fablab de Bourges / Conso 3D and the Centre Suzanne Masson.

 

This area held lots for visitors to explore, including:

  • SAMI, the semi-humanoid robot built by the CRIIF, and who presented the prizes at the 2015 Innovation Awards,
  • Buddy, the accessibly-priced robot companion on sale from mid-2016, and Gaia, the plant cyborg (intelligent flowerpot) from Robot Lab,
  • Arpel, the post traumatic re-education assistant, jointly developed by, ESIGELEC and Cogibot
  • Aria and Leena, personal assistant robots, from Cybedroid,
  • The Hand of Hope, a 3D-printed prosthetic hand developed by the Orléans Fablab,
  • InMoov, the 1st home 3D-printable robot, created by the U.N.I.T Fablab from Usines Nouvelles,
  • Plus lots of other innovations…

 

Business Meetings

The 402 officially-designated Business Meetings (64% up on 2014) provided a productive and effective opportunity for discussions between exhibitors and visitors (buyers and R&D Project Leaders).

This year, visitors’ attention was focused particularly on software and embedded systems / M2M / smart devices (44% of meetings).

 

conferences

The conferences really packed them in, with almost 1,300 participants. Most popular themes were Smart devices, Embedded and Robotics /Factory of the Future/3D Printing.

 

THE 4th FIBRE-OPTICS APPLICATIONS CONGRESS

The congress brought together more than thirty conferees – experts, researchers, manufacturers and academics – who presented to the 130 participants, the latest developments and future prospects for fibre optics and its applications with 3 themes: fibre optics sensors and sensor networks, fibre optics in operator networks and in buildings and applications for new fibre optics and upstream technologies 

 

CIM 2015, the measurement event!

 

Once again, the International Metrology Conference, organised by the French College of Metrology, confirmed its power of attraction and credibility in the metrology sector, with:

  • 813 conventioneers
  • 35% of participants from abroad, representing 44 countries

 

* Source Visitor figures: Visitor registration carried out by the company Leni

The 2016 EVENT

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ENOVA, the  plateform of Technology and services (Electronics, Embedded, Iot, Measurement, Vision, Optics), will be held in Paris on Septembre 2016.

 

 

# 2 exhibiting days : 14 and 15 September

# 450 exhibitors, including 16% from overseas

# 6 000 visitors

# 150 new products

# 100 conferences

# Innovation Awards Ceremony

# Business Meetings service

 

exhibited products in 4 technological areas:

# ELECTRONICS / PRODUCTION / TESTING / COMPONENTS
# SOFTWARE & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS / M2M / SMART DEVICES
# MEASUREMENT / INSTRUMENTATION / METROLOGY / VISION
# OPTICS / PHOTONICS

 



for visitors...


 

Specialist electronics 3Dprinting

Additive manufacturing.

Dedicated electronics automation.

Embedded and smart devices area,

 enovaLAB.

                          

 


 

ÎLE DE FRANCE REGION
   

  Leading French Economic Region

 

   42.2% of private sector R&D spending

  Leading industrial region, with €42.3bn of added value in 2012

 

  9 competition centres:

Advancity - ASTech - Cap Digital Paris Région - Cosmetic Valley - Elastopole - Medicen Paris Région - Mov’eo - Systematic Paris Région

Source : CCI IDF

  22% of universities and 25% of engineering schools

 

  27% of public and private sector research staff

 

 

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Excl. VAT PRICE

# BARE STAND (minimum 25 sqm) : Floor Marketing, Daily cleaning, The security on the exhibition

  • Area from 25 to 50 sq.m included
  • Supplementary sq.m (>50sq.m)

 

  • €200 sqm
  • €100 sqm

 

# BASIC STAND (minimum 9sqm)

Structure, Participation walls (white), Carpet, 1 company name sign with stand number, Power supply (3 kw exhibitor timetables), Spotlights (1 per 3 sq.m) • €15 excl. VAT/sq.m furniture credit, Daily cleaning, The security on the exhibition

€330 sqm

# PERSONALIZED STAND (minimum 12sqm)

Structure,Participation walls (white), carpet (3 colours choices), 1 band of around with a signage above stand, 1 company name sign with stand number, 1 band of velum, Lockable storage unit (1 sq.m for stands ≤ 21 sq.m, 2sq.m for stand > 21sq.m), Power supply (3kw exhibitor timetables), Spotlights (1 per 3sq.m), €20 excl. VAT/sq.m furniture credit • 2 parking exhibitors cards per stand, Daily cleaning, The security on the exhibition

€395 € sqm

# AISLES

  • 2 aisles
  • 3 aisles
  • 4 ailes
  • €350
  • €700
  • €1050

# SERVICE PACK (mandatory)

• Inclusion and presentation of your company plus your logo in the list of exhibitors on the website,

• Inclusion of your company in the Show Guide, given out to visitors,

• Access to the Business Meetings facilities,

• Promotional documentation provided (physical invitation cards, customisable E-invitations, etc.),

• Your new products included in the exhibition Press Pack given to journalists and on the website,

• Access to the VIP Club for you and your VIP contacts,

• Access to the Innovation Awards competition and New Products Guide

• Wifi throughout the hall,

• Daily cleaning of stand and aisles,

• Show monitored day and night by professional security.

€780

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Same place, same dates :

The 5th Fibre-Optics Applications Congress

 

Contact us

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With 5,000 targeted and qualified decision-makers and 420 exhibitors, ENOVA PARIS is the ideal place to discover technological innovations and launch projects advocating the services and usages of tomorrow.

 

Sales Manager

 

Sales Manager

 

Development & Major Accounts Director

    Trade Exhibition Director  
Anne Bourdin

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 218

Mobile : + 33 (0)683 940 865

anne.bourdin@gl-events.com

 
Guillaume Dodeman

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 335

Mobile: + 33 (0)603 346 705

guillaume.dodeman@gl-events.com

 
Martine Renoult

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 334

Mobile: + 33 (0)610 961 290

martine.renoult@gl-events.com

   
Pascal Melet

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 206

pascal.melet@gl-events.com
 

 

 

Customer Service Manager   Logistics Director  
Nadège Venet

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 257

nadege.venet@gl-events.com

 
Julien Saussine

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 302

julien.saussine@gl-events.com

 

 

Communication Officer

   

Communication Officer

 

Communication Manager

 
Thomas Roudot

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 340

thomas.roudot@gl-events.com

   
Hermine Douesneau

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 336

hermine.douesneau@gl-events.com

 
Valérie Moullec Houdret

Tel: + 33 (0)144 318 338

valerie.moullec@gl-events.com

 

 

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votre prochain rendez-VOUS : ENOVA ANGERS les 8 & 9 juin

ENOVA ANGERS, catalyseur de projets et accélérateur industriel. Porté par le développement de l’IoT et des objets connectés, l’électronique s’impose dans tous les secteurs de notre économie : automobile, aéronautique, militaire, mais aussi médical, agricole, textile, bâtiment, maintenance industrielle, collectivités, … Le salon Enova accompagne les porteurs de projet en mettant à leur disposition tout le savoir-faire technique et scientifique disponible sur le marché, un programme de rendez-vous d’affaires, ainsi qu’un cycle de conférence.