The 7th China International Technology Expo – CITE 2019 (a brief report)

This week, I have attended the 7th China International Technology Expo (CITE 2019), which was held at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in the city of Shenzhen, China from the 9th to the 11th April 2019. In this blog post, I will give a brief overview of this fair, where various companies were showing their new products and services. 

China Information Technology Expo 2019

The event is organized as a fair, where companies have booths, separated by themes: (1) Smart Home, Smart City, Smart Terminal, (2) New Display, (3) Intelligent Manufacturing and 3D printing, (4) Robot and Intelligent Systems, (5) Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Hardware, (6) IOT, Blockchain, Cyber security, (7) Automative electronics, battery, New energy, (8) Basic electronics, components, equipments and materials.

There was numerous Chinese companies as well as some international companies. And it was quite interesting to see the various products on display. The CITE 2019 fair is reasonably big but not as big as some other technology fairs in China such as the BIG DATA expo.

Below, I show some selected pictures from the CITE 2019 fair:

Robot for cleaning windows
There was many specialised machines
Curved displays
A robot fish was swimming
Robots for assembly lines
Another assembly line robot
More displays including on transparent glasses
LED displays
More machines
Multiplayer virtual reality games
3D printers were also on display
There was many types of robots for kids and home
Realistic looking robots that can move
8K displays
Flexible displays
Some of the booths at CITE 2019


This was just a short blog post to give a glimpse of this event. I think it is quite interesting to attend such event to see what is happening in the industry. Hope you have enjoyed reading this blog post about CITE 2019. If you want to get notified about next blog posts, you can follow me on Twitter at@philfv.

Philippe Fournier-Viger is a professor of Computer Science and also the founder of the open-source data mining software SPMF, offering more than 145 data mining algorithms.

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