New technologies are discussed for sensors, displays, RFID and more.
David Savastano, Editor11.22.17
With a focus on a wide array of areas, including flexible and hybrid electronics, IDTechEx Live! 2017 concluded its two-day conference on Nov. 16 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
Organized by IDTechEx, the conference set new highs for attendance and exhibitors. It included eight co-located concurrent programs this year, including 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting, Energy Storage Innovations, Graphene, Internet of Things (IoT) Applications, Printed Electronics, Sensors, and Wearables.
“It went very well,” said IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das. “We sold out all of the halls, with 253 exhibitors and 3,500 attendees. Our previous high was 3,000 visitors. The feedback I received from exhibitors is that there was a good turnout of buyers.”
Das added that the presentations went well.
“In terms of talks on printed electronics, one highlight was OSRAM reporting that Audi will pay more for OLEDs due
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