David Savastano, Editor05.02.12
There is no doubt that drupa, held for two weeks every four years at Messe Dusseldorf, is the world’s largest and most influential printing show. Typically, nearly 400,000 attendees travel to drupa to see the latest developments.
At drupa 2008, printed electronics (PE) started to make an appearance, as the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) hosted a day of talks and a few booths showcased their products. Now, at drupa 2012, PE is enjoying more of a presence, with 17 booths featuring PE manufacturers and suppliers, while the OE-A will again be hosting a day-long conference, scheduled for May 12.
For PE manufacturers and suppliers alike, drupa 2012 offers unique opportunities to showcase what PE can actually accomplish.
Inês Henriques, president of Ynvisible, said that Ynvisible will be present at drupa to showcase its latest interactive solutions for everyday printed items.
“We want people to become familiar with our technology
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