Attendees learn about new developments during talks and on exhibit floor.
David Savastano, Editor11.25.15
With nine concurrent sessions and more than 200 exhibitors, Printed Electronics USA 2015 moved into its closing session Nov. 19, with lots of information for attendees to gather.
The conference, organized by IDTechEx, featured two sessions for printed electronics, and one each for Graphene, Wearables, Sensors, Internet of Things, Energy Harvesting, 3D Printing and Electric Vehicles. Presenters offered insights into new products and technologies during their talks.
Among the talks was “Flexible, Stretchable Circuits Enabling Wearable Technology Applications,” presented by Dr. Michael Glickman, ITC research and development manager at Multek/Flex.
“Printed electronics is a trend pushing the Internet of Things along with miniaturization, high-speed interconnects and thermal management,” Dr. Glickman said. He added that Multek/Flex categorizes wearables in three groups: Close to Body, On the Body and In the Body.
“Stretchable technology can be done
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