Masterclasses, keynotes, plenary sessions, panel discussions, a Women in FHE STEM Networking Breakfast, startup pitch sessions and an awards program are all packed into a 2.5-day agenda.
“Now in our fourth year, it’s become clear to us where we can add real value to attendees by putting that emphasis on networking, as well as the collaborations that are required to commercialize new products and applications that have real market pull,” said Peter Kallai, co-chair and chief executive of the organization behind CPES2018, Canada’s intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance.
intelliFLEX members and these international industry leaders will come together on May 23-24 at Centennial College’s Conference Centre in Toronto to share ideas and forge new relationships. For those who arrive early, masterclasses on human-centered design, smart textiles, standards development and intellectual property take place on May 22.
“At CPES2018, we explore how flexible and hybrid electronics are enabling this transformation and migrating us toward the Internet of Everything in industries ranging from aerospace and automotive, to smart packaging and retail, and smart textiles and wearables,” Kallai concluded.