David Savastano, Editor10.17.12
Emphasis on End-Users is Focus of PE USA 2012
By David Savastano
There have been plenty of signs that printed electronics (PE) is finding its niche, as new applications appear and major corporations look for opportunities to implement PE systems into their products.
One way to judge this progress is by looking at trends at industry trade shows. By looking at the speakers for opening sessions as well as attendance and exhibition patterns, it is possible judge how the industry is faring.
Each year, the Printed Electronics USA conference, held by IDTechEx, has enjoyed growth in terms of attendees and exhibitors. Raghu Das, IDTechEx’s CEO, expects that Printed Electronics USA2012, this year’s conference, which will be held Dec. 5-6 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, will continue to show growth, particularly in end users coming to the conference. To ensure this, Das said that IDTechEx has put together a strong lineup of end users who will
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