Printed electronics is finding new opportunities in the healthcare field.
Dr. Ton van Mol, Managing Director Holst Centre and Technical Chair of the 2017 LOPEC Conference 12.07.16
Printed electronics has evolved into a driver of innovations in many industries. After consumer electronics and the automotive sector, the focus is now increasingly moving to the healthcare sector. Therefore, printed electronic components for the medical and pharmaceuticals market are one of the key themes of LOPEC 2017. The International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry will take place at the Messe München trade-fair center from March 28-30, 2017.
Dr. Ton van Mol, technical chair of the LOPEC Conference and managing director at the Holst Centre in Eindhoven in the Netherlands, explains the advantages that printed electronics offers.
Q: LOPEC 2017 turns the spotlight on the healthcare sector. What can visitors expect?
Dr. Ton van Mol: We will be offering multiple talks on printed electronics in the healthcare sector at the LOPEC Conference, among them sessions on biomedical applications, wearables, and stretchable electronic
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