Emphasis of upcoming conference is how companies are making money.
David Savastano, Editor04.20.16
End users and consumers are witnessing the growing opportunities found in flexible and printed electronics (PE), whether it is in sensors, wearables, displays or more. However, the key is to be able to make money. Printed Electronics Europe 2016, which will be held April 27-28, 2016 in Berlin, Germany, will show how far the industry has progressed, and where it is heading.
“Printed Electronics Europe 2016 is the place to get the latest update about the entire industry,” said Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, which coordinates the conference. “Our focus is on the commercialization of the technology and to that extent we have many brands speaking and attending, examples being companies ranging from LG Display, NASA, Jabil, Coco Cola, JC Decaux, Ravensburger, Jaguar Land Rover, GSK, Google and many others. The brief to these companies is to convey what are they doing with printed electronics and their application and what do they still want and need.
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