International Fair of Technique and Technical Achievements, the elite fair event of such profile in this part of European continent, begins at Belgrade Fair on Monday, May 15 and will last until Friday, May 19, 2017.

Technical Fair is traditionally the most important regional development / technological event and since it was the first fair event in 1937, this year’s 61st edition reminds also of the 80th Belgrade Fair Anniversary. The Technical Fair was also the first fair event of the postwar Belgrade Fair, renewed in 1957, at the present location and with the present architectural identity. This year is also considered the “Zero” year of the Technical Fair, which was “given the task” by history to be the mainstream nest, from which came out most of the present Belgrade Fair specialized events, first of all those with the technical omen.

Under the slogan The Future Tempo and at the exhibiting space larger than 20 thousand square meters, more than 500 local and international exhibitors will gather, direct and indirect ones from 30 countries – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Italy, Macedonia, China, Germany, Korea, Russia, Slovenia, USA, Slovakia, Taiwan (PR of China), Turkey, France, Finland, Republic of the Congo, Canada, Cyprus, Poland, Sweden, Romania, Belgium, the Netherlands,, Japan, United Kingdom… Some of them, such as the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Austria and Croatia, will feature through National Exhibitions.

The basis of the fair exhibitions are the Exhibition of Tools, Processing Technique, Robots, Software and Communication Lines Necessary in the Production Processes Characteristic for the Future Factories, Industry 4.0, Industrial Automation. Visitors will also be presented the achievements in the sectors of electrical and thermal engineering, telecommunications, energy, industrial and home electronics, air conditioning, heating and cooling, transport and logistics…

Working time of the International Fair of Technique and Technical Achievements will be from 10.00 a. m. to 6.00 p. m. and on the Fair last day from 10.00 a. m. to 5.00 p. m. Individual entry tickets cost RSD.300, the group ones RSD.200 and for the pupils and students of professional technical schools RSD.100. Passenger car parking shall be paid RSD.100 per one hour.