General questions of exhibitors


Answers to frequently asked questions about electronica

General questions about the trade fair and the exhibition network

Questions about application and application process

Questions regarding incurring costs

  • What other costs are there in addition to the participation fee?

    The admission invoice includes the mandatory communication fee (1), the AUMA (Association of the German Trade Fair Industry) fee and the mandatory waste disposal fee at the trade-fair center during the fair. When you submit your application, you also agree to make a down payment for any services that you order.

    Any services that you need such as stand construction and related furnishings / equipment (such as partitions, carpeting, electricity) as well as exhibitor passes and advertising materials can be ordered for a fee through the Exhibitor Shop. We will automatically inform you as soon as the online order system becomes available.

    (1) The communication fee of EUR 465 includes the basic entry (2) (online and in the catalog) in the Visitor Guide and in the app as well as one copy of the printed catalog (available at the fair while supplies last).

    (2) The basic entry includes the following:

    • Alphabetical exhibitor directory:
      Company name, street, postal code, city, country, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail and Internet addresses, three-line company profile (max. 50 characters / line incl. spaces) hall and stand numbers
    • Application directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Products and services directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Hall diagram (only exhibitors with their own stand):
      Company name, hall and stand numbers

  • What is the AUMA fee?

    The Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) protects the interests of the German trade-fair industry with an extensive range of programs and services. In return, it charges all exhibitors a fee of EUR 0.60 (net) per square meter of rented exhibition space. Messe München invoices exhibitors for this fee and passes it along directly to AUMA. This is a customary practice among organizers of trade fair and exhibitions in Germany. Information about AUMA is available here: www.auma-messen.de

  • What is the advance payment for services?

    A fixed-rate advance payment of EUR 20 (net) per square meter of rented exhibition space is included in the admission invoice for services such as electricity, water and telephone connections. This advance payment does not depend on the existence or size of any order(s) actually placed. After the fair, the advance payment will be applied to the cost of actually ordered services in the final invoice.

  • What is the mandatory fixed-rate waste-disposal fee for the duration of the fair?

    The mandatory fixed-rate waste-disposal fee for the set-up and dismantling as well as the duration of the fair covers the costs of disposing of waste that collects at the exhibitor's stand during the fair itself. This fee is EUR 4.00 per square meter of stand space plus VAT. Waste disposal must comply with the provisions of Section 6.1 of the Technical Guidelines.

  • What is the mandatory communication fee?

    The communication fee of EUR 465 includes the basic entry (1) (online and in the catalog) in the Visitor Guide and in the app as well as one copy of the printed catalog (available at the fair while supplies last).

    (1) The basic entry includes the following:

    • Alphabetical exhibitor directory:
      Company name, street, postal code, city, country, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail and Internet addresses, three-line company profile (max. 50 characters/line incl. spaces) hall and stand numbers
    • Application directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Products and services directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Hall diagram (only exhibitors with their own stand):
      Company name, hall and stand numbers

  • What other costs are there in addition to the participation fee?

    The admission invoice includes the mandatory communication fee (1), the AUMA (Association of the German Trade Fair Industry) fee and the mandatory waste disposal fee at the trade-fair center during the fair. When you submit your application, you also agree to make a down payment for any services that you order.

    Any services that you need such as stand construction and related furnishings / equipment (such as partitions, carpeting, electricity) as well as exhibitor passes and advertising materials can be ordered for a fee through the Exhibitor Shop. We will automatically inform you as soon as the online order system becomes available.

    (1) The communication fee of EUR 465 includes the basic entry (2) (online and in the catalog) in the Visitor Guide and in the app as well as one copy of the printed catalog (available at the fair while supplies last).

    (2) The basic entry includes the following:

    • Alphabetical exhibitor directory:
      Company name, street, postal code, city, country, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail and Internet addresses, three-line company profile (max. 50 characters / line incl. spaces) hall and stand numbers
    • Application directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Products and services directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Hall diagram (only exhibitors with their own stand):
      Company name, hall and stand numbers

  • What is the AUMA fee?

    The Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA) protects the interests of the German trade-fair industry with an extensive range of programs and services. In return, it charges all exhibitors a fee of EUR 0.60 (net) per square meter of rented exhibition space. Messe München invoices exhibitors for this fee and passes it along directly to AUMA. This is a customary practice among organizers of trade fair and exhibitions in Germany. Information about AUMA is available here: www.auma-messen.de

  • What is the advance payment for services?

    A fixed-rate advance payment of EUR 20 (net) per square meter of rented exhibition space is included in the admission invoice for services such as electricity, water and telephone connections. This advance payment does not depend on the existence or size of any order(s) actually placed. After the fair, the advance payment will be applied to the cost of actually ordered services in the final invoice.

  • What is the mandatory fixed-rate waste-disposal fee for the duration of the fair?

    The mandatory fixed-rate waste-disposal fee for the set-up and dismantling as well as the duration of the fair covers the costs of disposing of waste that collects at the exhibitor's stand during the fair itself. This fee is EUR 4.00 per square meter of stand space plus VAT. Waste disposal must comply with the provisions of Section 6.1 of the Technical Guidelines.

  • What is the mandatory communication fee?

    The communication fee of EUR 465 includes the basic entry (1) (online and in the catalog) in the Visitor Guide and in the app as well as one copy of the printed catalog (available at the fair while supplies last).

    (1) The basic entry includes the following:

    • Alphabetical exhibitor directory:
      Company name, street, postal code, city, country, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail and Internet addresses, three-line company profile (max. 50 characters/line incl. spaces) hall and stand numbers
    • Application directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Products and services directory:
      Two entries with company name, hall and stand numbers
    • Hall diagram (only exhibitors with their own stand):
      Company name, hall and stand numbers

Questions about stand space and additional services

  • Are exhibition stands smaller than 20 square meters available?

    The minimum size of a stand at electronica is 20 square meters. As a rule, smaller stands are not possible due to the grid system in the halls. So-called combination packages in specific exhibition sectors are an exception. They call for stands that are 9 square meters or 12 square meters in size. However, these packages are only available in the indicated exhibition sectors and can only be booked by companies whose primary area of activity falls under those categories. Another exception is the New Exhibitor Package, which has a stand size of 16 square meters. This offer is available to companies exhibiting at electronica for the first time.

    Additional information about combination packages

  • What complete stands are available to exhibitors?

    There are various complete stands to choose from for electronica.

    Complete stands starting at 20 square meters are available from our partner MEPLAN. Some stand packages are theme related and only available in specific exhibition sectors, while other stand packages are available in all exhibition sectors. Additional information is available in the “Plan your stand” section of the website.

  • What additional services can exhibitors order?

    Whether it comes to help building you stand, exhibitor passes or advertising materials, electronica has a diverse range of additional services for exhibitors. Details are available in our Exhibitor Shop, where you can also conveniently order these services online.

  • How many exhibitor passes do exhibitors receive?

    Exhibitors receive a certain contingent of free exhibitor passes for their stand for the duration of the fair. If their stand is up to 20 square meters in size, they receive 3 passes. If their stand is larger than 20 square meters in size, they receive one pass for each additional 20 square meters or portion thereof. Starting at a stand size of 161 square meters, they receive two passes for each additional 20 square meters or portion thereof.

    Exhibitors who book a combination package in one of the Focus Areas receive two passes per stand.

    Additional exhibitor passes will be available as of mid-2018. Exhibitor passes must be personalized. They are only intended for stand personnel and can be ordered through the Exhibitor Shop. They may not be passed on to third parties. In the event of unauthorized use, Messe München is entitled to confiscate the exhibitor pass.

    Please note:
    Having co-exhibitors/additionally represented companies at your stand does not increase the number of exhibitor passes. Exhibitor passes do NOT entitle the holder to use public transportation services provided by MVV (Munich Transport and Tariff Association) free of charge.

  • What are vouchers and online vouchers for one-day tickets?

    A printed voucher or an online voucher for a one-day ticket is a free admission voucher for your customers that you can order in our Exhibitor Shop. You can use these vouchers for professional invitation and contact management, i.e. as an added incentive for your customers to visit your exhibition stand.

    Exhibitors have access to an unlimited number of vouchers (online or print)! Invoicing is based on the number of vouchers that are actually used. You only pay for vouchers that are actually redeemed to attend the fair. The total number of vouchers for which you will be charged is limited to three tickets per square meters of confirmed stand space.

  • Can co-exhibitors register at our stand? And if so, how can we register them?

    Exhibitors can register co-exhibitors to exhibit at their stand. The registration form for co-exhibitors must be completed and signed by the main exhibitor. The registration fee for co-exhibitors, which does not include the mandatory communication fee, is EUR 200. The main exhibitor will be charged this fee.

    All co-exhibitors enjoy the same benefits as main exhibitors, i.e. they are listed as independent exhibitors in the exhibition catalog and the online exhibitor directory.

  • What is the difference between a co-exhibitor and an additionally represented company?

    A co-exhibitor is any company that has its own personnel and its own products or services on display at a main exhibitor's stand. That includes companies from the same group of companies as the main exhibitor and subsidiaries. The form must be signed by the main exhibitor.

    An additionally represented company is any company whose products or services are sold by a main exhibitor without the company having its own personnel at the exhibition stand. Please keep in mind that sales organizations that exhibit the products of various manufacturers must register those manufacturers as additionally represented companies.

    The registration fee for co-exhibitors and for additionally represented companies is EUR 200.

  • What support is available to exhibitors as they plan for the fair?

    Your success is important to us! The electronica Team would be pleased to advise you and provide any support that you need planning for and participating in the fair:

    electronica team

    Additional information about many of our services for exhibitors is available in the “Plan your stand” section of the website.

  • What is the Exhibitor Shop?

    In our Exhibitor Shop, you can conveniently order marketing and various other services online.

  • Are exhibition stands smaller than 20 square meters available?

    The minimum size of a stand at electronica is 20 square meters. As a rule, smaller stands are not possible due to the grid system in the halls. So-called combination packages in specific exhibition sectors are an exception. They call for stands that are 9 square meters or 12 square meters in size. However, these packages are only available in the indicated exhibition sectors and can only be booked by companies whose primary area of activity falls under those categories. Another exception is the New Exhibitor Package, which has a stand size of 16 square meters. This offer is available to companies exhibiting at electronica for the first time.

    Additional information about combination packages

  • What complete stands are available to exhibitors?

    There are various complete stands to choose from for electronica.

    Complete stands starting at 20 square meters are available from our partner MEPLAN. Some stand packages are theme related and only available in specific exhibition sectors, while other stand packages are available in all exhibition sectors. Additional information is available in the “Plan your stand” section of the website.

  • What additional services can exhibitors order?

    Whether it comes to help building you stand, exhibitor passes or advertising materials, electronica has a diverse range of additional services for exhibitors. Details are available in our Exhibitor Shop, where you can also conveniently order these services online.

  • How many exhibitor passes do exhibitors receive?

    Exhibitors receive a certain contingent of free exhibitor passes for their stand for the duration of the fair. If their stand is up to 20 square meters in size, they receive 3 passes. If their stand is larger than 20 square meters in size, they receive one pass for each additional 20 square meters or portion thereof. Starting at a stand size of 161 square meters, they receive two passes for each additional 20 square meters or portion thereof.

    Exhibitors who book a combination package in one of the Focus Areas receive two passes per stand.

    Additional exhibitor passes will be available as of mid-2018. Exhibitor passes must be personalized. They are only intended for stand personnel and can be ordered through the Exhibitor Shop. They may not be passed on to third parties. In the event of unauthorized use, Messe München is entitled to confiscate the exhibitor pass.

    Please note:
    Having co-exhibitors/additionally represented companies at your stand does not increase the number of exhibitor passes. Exhibitor passes do NOT entitle the holder to use public transportation services provided by MVV (Munich Transport and Tariff Association) free of charge.

  • What are vouchers and online vouchers for one-day tickets?

    A printed voucher or an online voucher for a one-day ticket is a free admission voucher for your customers that you can order in our Exhibitor Shop. You can use these vouchers for professional invitation and contact management, i.e. as an added incentive for your customers to visit your exhibition stand.

    Exhibitors have access to an unlimited number of vouchers (online or print)! Invoicing is based on the number of vouchers that are actually used. You only pay for vouchers that are actually redeemed to attend the fair. The total number of vouchers for which you will be charged is limited to three tickets per square meters of confirmed stand space.

  • Can co-exhibitors register at our stand? And if so, how can we register them?

    Exhibitors can register co-exhibitors to exhibit at their stand. The registration form for co-exhibitors must be completed and signed by the main exhibitor. The registration fee for co-exhibitors, which does not include the mandatory communication fee, is EUR 200. The main exhibitor will be charged this fee.

    All co-exhibitors enjoy the same benefits as main exhibitors, i.e. they are listed as independent exhibitors in the exhibition catalog and the online exhibitor directory.

  • What is the difference between a co-exhibitor and an additionally represented company?

    A co-exhibitor is any company that has its own personnel and its own products or services on display at a main exhibitor's stand. That includes companies from the same group of companies as the main exhibitor and subsidiaries. The form must be signed by the main exhibitor.

    An additionally represented company is any company whose products or services are sold by a main exhibitor without the company having its own personnel at the exhibition stand. Please keep in mind that sales organizations that exhibit the products of various manufacturers must register those manufacturers as additionally represented companies.

    The registration fee for co-exhibitors and for additionally represented companies is EUR 200.

  • What support is available to exhibitors as they plan for the fair?

    Your success is important to us! The electronica Team would be pleased to advise you and provide any support that you need planning for and participating in the fair:

    electronica team

    Additional information about many of our services for exhibitors is available in the “Plan your stand” section of the website.

  • What is the Exhibitor Shop?

    In our Exhibitor Shop, you can conveniently order marketing and various other services online.

Questions about the stand building

  • Who can we contact about questions of a technical nature?

    If you have questions of a specific technical nature, please contact our Exhibitor Technical Services Team.

  • Where can I find information about stand-building guidelines, the Technical Guidelines and information about the prescribed fire-resistance classifications of building materials?

    Stand-building guidelines for electronica 2018 and information about stand safety such as fire protection can be found in the Technical Guidelines of Messe München GmbH.

  • Are the exhibitors' own technicians allowed to work in the utility ducts at Messe München?

    No. For safety reasons, cables and lines may only be installed by technicians who work for Messe München GmbH or its official service partners.

  • What are the setup and dismantling times?

    Details about setup and dismantling times are available here.

  • What should I do if there is a disagreement about stand borders?

    If there are questions about the borders of your stand, please contact the responsible member of the Exhibitor Technical Services Team. He/she will either solve the dispute directly or have the stand space measured again.

  • What stand-building regulations for electronica must I comply with or what is an open stand design?

    To maintain electronica’s character as a communications platform and working exhibition, we would like to take this opportunity to point out the following regulation for electronica 2018:

    Messe München GmbH is entitled to stipulate changes in stand design in this context. Stand designs can only be approved if the open sides of the stand have a uniformly open design. Erecting closed walls is permitted, provided they do not take up more than 70 percent of the stand side in question, and completely closed walls may be no more than 6 meters in length. A closed length of wall measuring 6 meters must be followed by an opening that is at least 2 meters wide. This rule does not apply if the wall concerned is set back from the stand perimeter by at least 2 meters. The rear side of the walls of your stand that are more than 2.5 meters high must be of a neutral design, white, smooth, clean and free of installation materials.

  • Where can I get information about traffic guidance and logistics during setup/dismantling?

    As a rule, our Traffic Guide should answer all of your questions. As soon as it is finalized, you can download it from our website. If you have additional questions, please contact the Traffic and Safety Department.

  • What should I keep in mind when it comes to fire protection?

    • Actions involving fire hazards such as fires emitting sparks (fire wood, charcoal, etc.) are strictly forbidden on the entire trade-fair grounds.
    • For fire-safety reasons, the use of liquefied petroleum gas (e.g. patio heaters) is prohibited due to the size of the exhibition proximity of the stands. The use of electrical cooking appliances is recommended for the preparation of food.
    • Pyrotechnic effects are prohibited on the entire grounds.
    • The use of compressed gases is only allowed for demonstrating exhibits; the use must be restricted to a minimum. Only the quantity required for a single day may be kept on the grounds. If compressed gas is used, Exhibitor Technical Services must be notified in writing indicating the amount to be used (Form 1.2). We reserve the right to stipulate additional requirements.
    • Flammable liquids are to be kept to a minimum. Only the quantity required for a single day may be kept on the grounds. If flammable liquids are used, Exhibitor Technical Services must be notified in writing indicating the amount to be used (Form 1.2). We reserve the right to stipulate additional requirements.
    • Escape and rescue routes must be kept free, both within and outside your own area. Within the stand, lines of sight are required for meeting rooms and lounges. Please also remember in your planning to arrange for corresponding storage and logistics areas for your catering, so as not to block escape and rescue routes within your stand.

  • What should I keep in mind when it comes to safety during stand construction?

    • If there is compliance with the following requirements, Messe München GmbH need not approve a plan (cf. Technical Guidelines, number 4.2ff)
    • If your stand and advertising heights are less than 3.00 meters, your stand is smaller than 100 square meters and you are not planning to build a cover over your stand, you do not need to submit plans for approval.

      Stand designs differing from the above-mentioned requirements must be submitted for approval no later than six weeks before the official beginning of setup with scaled stand-design plans (floor plan, view, and drawings) to Messe München GmbH, TAS Department (by e-mail, as a PDF file or by regular mail). In addition, multi-story stands and special structures (e.g. bridges, stairs, cantilever roofs, galleries, etc.) are subject to approval on principle. You can find additional information about the “building regulations” in Form 1.3.

      For stands at the outdoor exhibition site, we require structural analysis verification for all structures/fixtures that are 5 meters or more in height.
    • Unsecured loads above people are not permitted. Loads (e.g. weighting materials) must be in non-combustible material and secured using a force-locked connection.

  • What requirements should I keep in mind when exhibiting and/or demonstrating machines and equipment?

    • Machines exhibited at trade fairs in Germany must generally comply with the requirements of the national implementation of the EC machinery directive (2006/42/EC) with regard to construction and equipment. Exhibits without CE markings must be provided with a clearly legible sign that indicates that they do not meet the requirements of European product-safety laws and can only be purchased in countries within the European economic area if compliance with the corresponding provisions is made.
    • Additionally, compliance is required with the requirements for occupational safety in the operation of machines and equipment, the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health.

  • What about logistics at the venue? Can we use our own cranes, forklifts or working platforms?

    Please note that, for safety reasons, cranes, fork-lift trucks and working platforms may only be used if they are provided by the competent service partners of Messe München GmbH pursuant to our Technical Guidelines No. 5.2. An overview of our contractors is available in our Exhibitor Shop.

  • Where can I get information about stand security and/or anti-theft protection?

    Pursuant to the Technical Guidelines No. 2.5, Messe München GmbH or the security service contracted by it for the exhibition grounds provides guards at the gates and on the exhibition grounds. However, we cannot guarantee complete guarding and surveillance of the grounds of the trade-fair center. Exhibitors must arrange for security guards for their stands, exhibition goods and other objects at their stands, if required. Corresponding order forms are available in our Exhibitor Shop. Please keep in mind that exhibits and other objects brought in during setup and dismantling times are at a greater risk.

  • Who can we contact about questions of a technical nature?

    If you have questions of a specific technical nature, please contact our Exhibitor Technical Services Team.

  • Where can I find information about stand-building guidelines, the Technical Guidelines and information about the prescribed fire-resistance classifications of building materials?

    Stand-building guidelines for electronica 2018 and information about stand safety such as fire protection can be found in the Technical Guidelines of Messe München GmbH.

  • Are the exhibitors' own technicians allowed to work in the utility ducts at Messe München?

    No. For safety reasons, cables and lines may only be installed by technicians who work for Messe München GmbH or its official service partners.

  • What are the setup and dismantling times?

    Details about setup and dismantling times are available here.

  • What should I do if there is a disagreement about stand borders?

    If there are questions about the borders of your stand, please contact the responsible member of the Exhibitor Technical Services Team. He/she will either solve the dispute directly or have the stand space measured again.

  • What stand-building regulations for electronica must I comply with or what is an open stand design?

    To maintain electronica’s character as a communications platform and working exhibition, we would like to take this opportunity to point out the following regulation for electronica 2018:

    Messe München GmbH is entitled to stipulate changes in stand design in this context. Stand designs can only be approved if the open sides of the stand have a uniformly open design. Erecting closed walls is permitted, provided they do not take up more than 70 percent of the stand side in question, and completely closed walls may be no more than 6 meters in length. A closed length of wall measuring 6 meters must be followed by an opening that is at least 2 meters wide. This rule does not apply if the wall concerned is set back from the stand perimeter by at least 2 meters. The rear side of the walls of your stand that are more than 2.5 meters high must be of a neutral design, white, smooth, clean and free of installation materials.

  • Where can I get information about traffic guidance and logistics during setup/dismantling?

    As a rule, our Traffic Guide should answer all of your questions. As soon as it is finalized, you can download it from our website. If you have additional questions, please contact the Traffic and Safety Department.

  • What should I keep in mind when it comes to fire protection?

    • Actions involving fire hazards such as fires emitting sparks (fire wood, charcoal, etc.) are strictly forbidden on the entire trade-fair grounds.
    • For fire-safety reasons, the use of liquefied petroleum gas (e.g. patio heaters) is prohibited due to the size of the exhibition proximity of the stands. The use of electrical cooking appliances is recommended for the preparation of food.
    • Pyrotechnic effects are prohibited on the entire grounds.
    • The use of compressed gases is only allowed for demonstrating exhibits; the use must be restricted to a minimum. Only the quantity required for a single day may be kept on the grounds. If compressed gas is used, Exhibitor Technical Services must be notified in writing indicating the amount to be used (Form 1.2). We reserve the right to stipulate additional requirements.
    • Flammable liquids are to be kept to a minimum. Only the quantity required for a single day may be kept on the grounds. If flammable liquids are used, Exhibitor Technical Services must be notified in writing indicating the amount to be used (Form 1.2). We reserve the right to stipulate additional requirements.
    • Escape and rescue routes must be kept free, both within and outside your own area. Within the stand, lines of sight are required for meeting rooms and lounges. Please also remember in your planning to arrange for corresponding storage and logistics areas for your catering, so as not to block escape and rescue routes within your stand.

  • What should I keep in mind when it comes to safety during stand construction?

    • If there is compliance with the following requirements, Messe München GmbH need not approve a plan (cf. Technical Guidelines, number 4.2ff)
    • If your stand and advertising heights are less than 3.00 meters, your stand is smaller than 100 square meters and you are not planning to build a cover over your stand, you do not need to submit plans for approval.

      Stand designs differing from the above-mentioned requirements must be submitted for approval no later than six weeks before the official beginning of setup with scaled stand-design plans (floor plan, view, and drawings) to Messe München GmbH, TAS Department (by e-mail, as a PDF file or by regular mail). In addition, multi-story stands and special structures (e.g. bridges, stairs, cantilever roofs, galleries, etc.) are subject to approval on principle. You can find additional information about the “building regulations” in Form 1.3.

      For stands at the outdoor exhibition site, we require structural analysis verification for all structures/fixtures that are 5 meters or more in height.
    • Unsecured loads above people are not permitted. Loads (e.g. weighting materials) must be in non-combustible material and secured using a force-locked connection.

  • What requirements should I keep in mind when exhibiting and/or demonstrating machines and equipment?

    • Machines exhibited at trade fairs in Germany must generally comply with the requirements of the national implementation of the EC machinery directive (2006/42/EC) with regard to construction and equipment. Exhibits without CE markings must be provided with a clearly legible sign that indicates that they do not meet the requirements of European product-safety laws and can only be purchased in countries within the European economic area if compliance with the corresponding provisions is made.
    • Additionally, compliance is required with the requirements for occupational safety in the operation of machines and equipment, the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health.

  • What about logistics at the venue? Can we use our own cranes, forklifts or working platforms?

    Please note that, for safety reasons, cranes, fork-lift trucks and working platforms may only be used if they are provided by the competent service partners of Messe München GmbH pursuant to our Technical Guidelines No. 5.2. An overview of our contractors is available in our Exhibitor Shop.

  • Where can I get information about stand security and/or anti-theft protection?

    Pursuant to the Technical Guidelines No. 2.5, Messe München GmbH or the security service contracted by it for the exhibition grounds provides guards at the gates and on the exhibition grounds. However, we cannot guarantee complete guarding and surveillance of the grounds of the trade-fair center. Exhibitors must arrange for security guards for their stands, exhibition goods and other objects at their stands, if required. Corresponding order forms are available in our Exhibitor Shop. Please keep in mind that exhibits and other objects brought in during setup and dismantling times are at a greater risk.

 
 
 
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electronica, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications. The entire electronics universe at a single location.

In the entrance at electronica

Welcome!

electronica, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications. The entire electronics universe at a single location.

Welcome!

electronica, the World's Leading Trade Fair for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications. The entire electronics universe at a single location.

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Clearly structured: electronica showcases the electronics industry's entire range of technologies, trends, products and solutions.

The electronics industry clearly structured

Exhibition sectors

Clearly structured: electronica showcases the electronics industry's entire range of technologies, trends, products and solutions.

Exhibition sectors

Clearly structured: electronica showcases the electronics industry's entire range of technologies, trends, products and solutions.

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