Canada’s leading printed electronics conference will open its doors on May 24 in Toronto.
David Savastano, Editor05.18.17
The flexible and printed electronics industry is enjoying growth worldwide, and there are impressive gains being made in Canada. From May 24-26, printed electronics leaders will be gathering at Centennial College in Toronto, Canada for CPES2017, Canada’s premier conference and trade show for printable, flexible and wearable electronics (PE).
Organized by the Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA), CPES2017 will feature more than 30 presenters, and anticipates more than 200 attendees this year. Peter Kallai, CPEIA’s president and CEO, said that all presentations this year will be from industry showcasing commercial solutions and manufacturing, with less focus on R&D.
“On Day 1, we explore high-volume applications for smart packaging and retail, intelligent homes and buildings, and wearables and smart textiles,” Kallai noted. “Day 2 looks at 3D printable electronics, inks, substrates and manufacturing components. In addition, t
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