The flexible and printed electronics markets are expected to reach $20 billion by 2022, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22 percent from 2016 to 2022, according to Zion Research. Flexible hybrid electronics and printed electronics enable new form factors and economics for a diverse and often disruptive set of applications.
Highlighting the June 20 technical conference are three keynotes offering insights into technology drivers for flexibleelectronics and wearables:
• Michael McCreary, E Ink – Expanding the Horizon of Flexible Reflective Displays.
• Jerry Kang, IHS Markit – Global Industry Trend & Market Forecast of Flexible (Foldable, Rollable) Display.
• David Burch, US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) – Wearables for State Assessment of Military Operators.
2019 FLEX Korea will feature three sessions with 10 technology experts addressing three critical FHE areas:
• Disruptive Technologies
• Core Technologies Enabling Flexible Electronics
• SMART Devices
The event will also feature two short courses providing a comprehensive overview of inkjet technology and micro LED displays. 2019 FLEX Korea sponsors include E Ink, EXAX, KOLON Industries and NovaCentrix.
An early-bird pre-registration discount is available to SEMI members until June 14. For more information, visit FLEX Korea 2019.