Printed electronics is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of vital interest, say the event organisers, to industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, media and transit. It is allowing electronics to be used in places it has never been before and it is improving existing electronics and electrics.
The exhibition portion of the event has over 170 participating companies from the complete printed electronics/organic electronics supply chain; the conference features speakers from companies such as ARM, IBM, OSRAM, DuPont, Fraunhofer, Flextronics, Intel, Qualcomm and Philips, among many others. The event promises to explore topics including; the future of transparent conductors; OLED versus LED lighting; energy storage; OLED displays; energy harvesting; photovoltaics; wearable technologies; flexible and stretchable electronics; logic and memory; printed conductors; paper electronics; touch sensors and screens; system integration; bistable display technology; 3D printing; actuators; and sensor technology.
Printed Electronics Europe is co-located alongside a series of related events on wearable, sensors, 3D printing, graphene & 2D materials and energy harvesting.