Lots of benefits to pre-registration!
The 1,000-yen admission fee becomes free with pre-registration!
Visitors who pre-register only need to pick up badge holders at the entrance of the exhibition halls to be granted smooth entry!
Participate twice in the lottery with pre-registration!
Visitors who pre-register get to participate twice in the lottery for a chance to win exquisite prizes!
In order to pre-register for admission or reserve seminar or session seats, you will need an EventRegist account.
Please create an account before going through pre-registration.
About the Stamp Rally
A chance to win exquisite prizes!
Stamp rallies are held every day
Pre-register and collect all the stamps to get two chances!
Collect stamps from five locations within the exhibition halls and bring them to the lottery corner for a chance to win exquisite prizes, such as digital stationery!
The exquisite prizes will be announced on a later date. Stay tuned!
First Time at IIFES
Introducing IIFES in a Q&A style for first-time visitors!
- What sort of exhibition is IIFES?
Since 2013, the “System Control Fair (SCF),” a leading general exhibition for automation in Japan, and the “Measurement and Control Show,” one of Japan’s largest exhibition focused on measurement and control, have been held simultaneously at the same venue. In 2015, the size of the venue was expanded. In 2017, the event was held jointly and the themes of the exhibitions were unified. This year in 2019, the event has been evolved even further to become a single exhibition, which is reflected in the new name.
Automation, measurement and control form the trinity of technologies that make up the core of the industrial world. They control and move things, measure movements and quantities, and then likewise control those measurements. IIFES aims to heighten the relevance of the messages that the organizers are sending. The exhibition also presents an opportunity for the most advanced technologies and information from the industrial world to gather in one place, and forming a central part of the industrial world are the electrical machinery, measurement and control industries. As such, IIFES aims to spread information across the globe on MONODZUKURI that fits diversifying social environments, while also striving to further enhance and develop the exhibition.
- What does IIFES stand for?
IIFES (pronounced I-I-FES), the exhibition’s official name, is short for Innovative Industry Fair for E x E Solutions.
“Innovative Industry Fair” indicates that the industrial exhibition is brimming with innovation and creativity. The E’s in “E x E Solutions” represent words related to electrical machinery, measurement, control and manufacturing, such as electrical, electronic, and engineering. The “x” between the E’s signifies synergy produced by the technologies in related fields represented by the E’s. Finally, “Solutions” indicates the measures that can be acquired at the exhibition to lead to the creation of new values.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I enter?
Visitors need to have an admission badge to enter the exhibition. To obtain an admission badge, you will be required to submit personal information such as your name, address, phone number and email address and answer a survey. We ask for your cooperation. Obtain an admission badge using one of the methods listed below. Badge holders will be available at the venue.
1. Pre-registration for admission online (free) ※Japanese ONLY
Register by filling out the required information on the form. After completing the registration, you can download the admission badge. Print it in color on an A4-size paper and bring it with you to the venue on the day of the event. Click here for pre-registration.
2. Registration on the day of the visit by bringing an invitation card (free)
Fill out the required information on the invitation card, then bring it to the registration booth at the entrance of the venue to receive an admission badge.
3. Purchase of an admission badge at the venue (costs 1,000 yen per person)
Purchase an admission badge at the venue during the exhibition for 1,000 yen (tax included). Admission for students is free.
Please show your student ID at the registration booth. When purchasing an admission badge, you will be required to submit personal information such as your name, address, phone number and email address and answer a survey. We ask for your cooperation.
- I would like to visit as a group. What steps do I need to take?
We do not offer group registrations. Please have each person register individually online, or bring invitation cards on the day of your visit to receive admission badges at the registration booth.
*Parking spaces for coaches are not available. Please find public parking nearby on your own.
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