Sold-out conference showcases innovations, discusses evolution of PE technology
Leo Valiquette, CPEIA05.13.15
Technology evolves in the context of how it is used. This was a common theme at the 2015 Canadian Printable Electronics Symposium (CPES2015) in Montreal, April 21-22, 2015.
CPES2015 was a sold out success, with more than 130 attendees and 30+ speakers, including keynote speakers from the U.S., Europe and Korea. By any measure, the event was double in size and scope compared to the previous year. CPES has been repositioned from a small technical meeting into a truly international conference. For 2016, CPEIA’s goal is to continue to grow and build CPES into major industry event that attracts participants from around the world wishing to network with the Canadian PE sector.
The event was an opportunity to showcase Made in Canada products that are at the cutting edge of the industry, and spotlight the work of leading developers and researchers in the field. But the recurring theme was invariably how and why all this does, can and should matter to the end user, and how their wan
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