Wearables, automotive, medical uses, displays and more are among the highlights of this year’s conference.
David Savastano, Editor02.18.15
The field of organic and printed electronics is enjoying growth, with more projects reaching commercialization and new applications emerging. The trade shows are also expanding and seeing more end-users attending, and LOPEC is no exception to these trends.
Organized by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) and Messe Munich, LOPEC 2015, the 7th International Exhibition and Conference for the Organic and Printed Electronics Industry, will be held March 3-5, 2015 at Messe Munich in Munich, Germany.
“Organic and printed electronics is in the market,” said Klaus Hecker, OE-A’s managing director. “That is the most important statement. Ten years ago, printed electronics was an R&D field. Now, quite a few products have left the lab, investments in production have been made and products can be found in applications. That is what we can see at LOPEC, where exhibitors present not only prototypes but also their
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