Review electronica 2016

In keeping with the motto “Connected Worlds—Safe and Secure,” electronica, the largest electronics trade fair in the world, took place in Munich from November 8–11 2016. Over 2,900 exhibitors presented themselves to approximately 73,000 visitors from 88 countries. We are looking back on four days with interesting meetings and discussions and we are already looking forward to the upcoming electronica, which will take place from November 13-16 2018.

Print & Communication Fair Impressions Trade Fair Talk Booth Party Coffee Culture OLED-Highlights 3D Body Scanner Magical Moments

Print & Communication

Trade Fair Talk

The discussion sessions were held with high-profile participants on current and explosive topics as well as future developments in and around electronics. Many visitors took advantage of the opportunity to get to know experienced editors, professional journalists and successful entrepreneurs.


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Booth Party

The invited guests and our trade fair team celebrated a successful start of electronica on November 9 2016. The excellent catering by the 2-star chef Karlheinz Hauser and the swing classics of the No Nonsense Band created a relaxed atmosphere.

Coffee Culture

Finest Italian speciality coffees prepared by an SCAE (Speciality Coffee Association Europe) certified barista. The Barista Express team served excellent espresso, cappuccino, latte macchiato and other coffee varieties.


With the deliberate use of OLEDs, we not only relied on a future technology but in particular on high-quality light.

The exhibited OLED lamps were, however, purely optically eye candy and have not been awarded without reason for several design awards. The luminaires, designed by internationally renowned designers, fitted perfectly into our booth concept, with which we want to offer our guests a pleasant ambiance - the right environment for productive business talks.

3D Body Scanner

In the passage from Hall B6 to Hall B5 our Infopoint was located. The team of Picco 3D scanned the visitors, who were able to participate in our draw of twenty "3D-Selfies" (3D-printed miniature statues, scale: 1:10).

Magical Moments

With everyday and familiar objects in his hands, Marc Gassert let disappear the boundaries between appearance and reality.