'The symposium will offer ideas for your next electronics application challenge,' said SGIA's Joyia Marshall.
Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor09.06.17
The 2017 Printed Electronics Symposium – held in conjunction with the 2017 SGIA Expo at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans – is a little over a month away.
With both the symposium and expo on the horizon, Printed Electronics Now (PEN) spoke to SGIA members and several presenters, who provided a glimpse into what attendees – including PEN associate editor Anthony Locicero – can expect on Oct. 10.
“This highly-focused event is designed for business owners, managers, printers, OEMs and suppliers,” said Joyia Marshall, SGIA community development manager. “The symposium is an excellent complement to the 2017 SGIA Expo and will offer ideas for your next electronics application challenge. After a day of learning about the e-textiles market, attendees can see some of those same technologies in person on the expo floor.”
The symposium will focus on e-textiles and feature a day of presentations expl
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