Topics to be covered include flexible and printed electronics, sensors, wearables, IoT, 3D printing and graphene.
David Savastano, Editor11.15.17
Flexible and printed electronics, sensors, wearables, the Internet of Things, 3D printing and graphene will be among the topics that will be covered today during the closing session of Printed Electronics USA 2017 in Santa Clara, CA.
Organized by IDTechEx, PE USA 2017 features eight co-located concurrent programs during its eight tracks, including sessions on 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting, Energy Storage Innovations, Graphene, Internet of Things (IoT) Applications, Printed Electronics, Sensors, and Wearables.
The focus of Track 1 today is 3D Printing. The opening session, Advances with 3D Printing with Plastics, wil be covered by SABIC, Eindhoven University of Technology, AREVO and DSM Sonos.
3D Printing with Metals will be discussed by speakers from Rochester Institute of Technology, Cytosurge AG, BotFactory, Exova and Voltera. 3D Bio Printing will be discussed by IDTechEx, regenHU, regemat 3D, Aspect Biosystems and IDTechEx. The closing se
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