Speakers, exhibitors share new technologies with more than 3,300 attendees.
David Savastano, Editor11.23.16
Printed Electronics USA 2016 headed into its closing session on Nov. 18 with plenty of news for attendees to gather during its eight concurrent sessions and more than 200 exhibitors.
The conference, organized by IDTechEx and held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA, featured sessions for printed electronics, 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting, Energy Storage Innovations, Graphene, Internet of Things (IoT) Applications, Sensors, and Wearables.
Raghu Das, IDTechEx’s CEO, said the growth of this year’s conference shows the industry is emerging. Attendance is one sign of expansion, as attendance at this year’s conference was up 10% from last year.
“It has been really good,” Das said. “We have had a great turnout. We think we have had about 3,300 attendees and 209 exhibitors, up from 180 last year. What’s been really exciting is that a lot of things are coming to commercialization. We’ve seen a lot of s
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