CPEIA’s rebranding brings new focus to growing segments, including wearables, smart packaging and connected homes.
David Savastano, Editor09.13.17
During the past few years, the Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA) has grown rapidly, hosting the CPES annual forum, lots of webinars and workshops, and bringing together stakeholders in the fledgling industry.
However, this new technology is not just printable; there are new opportunities for new flexible and hybrid technologies. With an eye on the changing market, CPEIA and its membership have rebranded the association, which is now the intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance. The association covers technologies ranging from printable, flexible, wearable and hybrid electronics.
“At our annual general meeting in 2016, we recognized that printable electronics as a focus was nice, but there are a lot more technologies in this field,” said Peter Kallai, president and CEO of intelliFLEX. “Many of our members were already involved in these tech domains, going well beyond our original mandate in printable electronics. It was clear to us th
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