David Savastano, Editor11.27.13
Last week’s Printed Electronics USA 2013, held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA, featured presentations and exhibits showing the latest gains occurring in the field of printed and flexible electronics. The conference also showed the gains being made in terms of interest in the new technologies.
Show organizer IDTechEx reported major gains in both attendance and exhibitors at PE USA 2013, with 160 exhibiting companies, more than 200 presentations and approximately 2,200 attendees. By comparison, exhibitor attendance grew by more than 50%, and attendance increased by more than 35% from 2012.
The show featured a host of co-located programs, including Graphene LIVE!, OLEDs LIVE!, Energy Harvesting & Storage, 3D Printing LIVE!, Internet of Things and Supercapacitors, which allowed attendees to take in a wide variety of topics.
Raghu Das, IDTechEx’s CEO, said that exhibitors reported they saw plenty of end users in attendance.
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