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Company Visits

Please email Corinne Jennings, c.jennings@IDTechEx.com, for details and timings for the tours.
There are many companies based in Hong Kong who are working on Printed and Flexible Electronics, Wireless Sensor Networks, RFID and Energy Harvesting. We will be offering tours to some of these companies during the masterclass days.
 
These Tours are for BOTH co-located events.
The company visits operate on a first come, first served basis. These tours are extremely popular so please register early to guarantee your place.
Companies hosting the tour retain the right to decline someone from attending. This is beyond the control of IDTechEx and in this case you will be informed of this as quickly as possible.
 
Please note that  ONLY ONE  tour per day can be booked. These tours will run over the lunch period between masterclass sessions. If you are booked on the afternoon masterclass session, you will be back in time for your class
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Tuesday 12 October
ASTRI and HKSP Product Failure Lab

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region founded the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited (ASTRI) in 2001 to capture the promises of technological advances for Hong Kong through applied research. Its missions are to perform high quality R&D for technology transfer to industry worldwide, develop needed technical human resources and act as a focal point that brings together industry and university R&D assets.

www.astri.org

This tour is open to attendees of Masterclass 2. If you are not attending this masterclass, please email Corinne Jennings for further details
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Friday 15 October
Solar Panel Test Services

Solar Energy Technology Support Centre (SETSC) was established in March 2009 and the objective of its Photovoltaic Laboratory (PV Test Lab) was to focus on reducing product development life-cycle for solar modules manufacturing industry by providing safety and performance testing for different photovoltaic (PV) modules including crystalline silicon terrestrial PV modules and thin-film terrestrial PV modules. Most of the testing items such as electrical performance, mechanical impact and environmental reliability were referred to international standard of IEC 61730 and IEC 61646.

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Friday 15 October
The Hong Kong RFID Centre (SCIC)

In February 2007, the Supply Chain Innovation Centre (SCIC) was established as a joint initiative between GS1 Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) to bring supply chain management professionals and technology together to enable enterprises in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta to become more responsive to market needs and boost operational efficiencies. Founded by 10 RFID pioneering companies worldwide, SCIC had received over 3,500 visitors from local communities and over 20 countries ever since its establishment.

Building on the success of the SCIC, the Innovation and Technology Commission, HKSAR Government joined hands with GS1 Hong Kong and the HKSTP to further expand and enhance SCIC into the new Hong Kong RFID Centre (SCIC) with the mission to making it an outstanding RFID showcasing centre in the Asia Pacific region in the near future. Hong Kong RFID Centre (SCIC) was officially launched on 9 October 2008 at the Hong Kong Science Park.

www.scic.org

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