TRAFOTECH is the International Conference on Transformers, held once in four years, under the auspices of Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Association (IEEMA), the apex national body representing the electrical manufacturing industry in India. Since 1998, it is held at Mumbai with venue at any of the reputed hotels. This is held for two days in January /February with an inaugural meeting, followed by 4~6 technical sessions. Generally a theme is selected for each conference against which technical papers are invited. Each session is chaired by an eminent expert on the subject and rapporteur summarises the contents of papers and proceedings. 2~4 key note speeches by senior technical experts from the country and abroad is a regular feature. A concluding panel discussion by experts, summarising the conference proceedings and listing up recommendations form the final session of the conference. From Trafotech-2006 conference onwards, special tutorial session is held for a day prior to conference where in depth presentations are given on topics relevant to industry and utilities.
ELECRAMA-2014, the 11th edition of IEEMA’s premier flagship event and the world’s largest exposition of electrical transmission and distribution equipment, organised from 8th to 12th January 2014 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), was a resounding success beating all previous records
As in the past, ELECRAMA-2014 proved yet again to be an unparalleled showcase of products and technology and more than delivered on its promise of being the greatest electrical equipment industry spectacle in the world.
Eighth International Conference on Rotating Machines
19 & 20 April, 2012, Mumbai, India
India is on an upward curve with its economy growing at a consistently fast pace of 8% p.a. and thereby holds great promise for the industrial growth and its related opportunities. The Indian electrical industry is growing at an AAGR of 10-12%in value terms every year and is well on its way to become the manufacturing and sourcing hub for the world.