Weekly tech agenda: Electronic House Expo

During the week of March 14 people attending the Electronic House Expo in Florida will see the latest inventions in the field of home technology.

Electronic House Expo
March 17-19
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL, USA
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EHX (Electronic House Expo) is an expo that caters for people interested in home health tech, smart energy, electronic security, digital media and custom electronics. It features booths from more than 200 exhibitors and offers hands-on "super sessions" for those wanting to learn more about the electronics industry. EHX will also be running some of CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) University's most demanded courses during the event so attendees can brush up on their skills.
http://www.ehxweb.com/
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26th CTIA Wireless 2011

March 22-24
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL, USA
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CTIA will welcome more than 1,000 exhibitors and more than 40,000 spectators in 2011. The show covers wireless and converged communications, wireless broadband, mobile web computing and data industries, and in 2011 the focus is on "Mobile Life." Companies will demo the latest in enterprise solutions, energy-saving products, and emerging mobile entertainment technology. While Mobile World Congress puts the emphasis on consumer devices, CTIA is all about the technologies that power them, including Location Based Services (LBS), Smart Energy, Wireless Health, Intelligent Transportation, Cloud Computing and Mobile Money.
http://www.ctiawireless.com/
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20th WWW2011
March 28 - April 1
Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC)
Andhra Pradesh, India
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The international World Wide Web conference is an annual event that focuses on the future of the internet. A high-profile list of speakers will be attending the conference in 2011 including former Indian president Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web. W4A, an internet-related conference, will be held alongside the WWW2011 event on March 28-29.
http://wwwconference.org/www2011/
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60th Hannover Messe: Smart Efficiency
April 4-8
Hanover fairground
Hanover, Germany
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"Smart Efficiency" is the motto for the 60th edition of Hannover Messe. The annual event is the world's biggest industrial fair and is home to the latest industrial technology innovations. In 2011 Hannover Messe is made up of 13 different trade fairs, each focused on a different area of industrial technology. More than 4,500 innovations will be on show spanning the fields of energy, mobility and automation. In addition to the large showcase of new materials, industry developments and emerging trends at the Hannover Messe, there will be a strong emphasis on education and careers. CeBIT, now the world's biggest high-tech fair, was once just a display category within the Hannover Messe.
http://www.hannovermesse.de/homepage_e
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39th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva
April 6-10

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The International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva will see more than 700 exhibitors showcase approximately 1000 inventions from 45 countries. The more than 60,000 expected attendees will be able to meet and talk to the think tanks behind the inventions and to discover products and ideas that may revolutionize their future. America's INPEX (June 14-17) is the less international equivalent.
http://www.inventions-geneva.ch/index.html


NAB Show
April 9-14
Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV, USA
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Approximately 90,000 audio, video and film content professionals are expected to attend this year's National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB Show) in Las Vegas. The event will showcase future trends in 3D, mobile entertainment, transmedia, social media, multi-platform distribution, broadband, and digital production. In 2011, people will be able to attend the NAB Show from anywhere in the world via the new NAB Show Virtual View - an online event that will feature live interactive video chats with industry experts, exhibitor demonstrations, interviews, and booth tours.
http://www.nabshow.com/2011/index.asp
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