Ford, John Deere, GE Global Research, UTRC and more will highlight applications for hybrid electronics.
David Savastano, Editor02.17.19
With an eye on the gains being made by flexible and hybrid electronics, 2019FLEX, organized by SEMI-FlexTech, will be highlighting the latest advancements and research in the field.
2019FLEX will be held Feb. 18-21 at the Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa on Del Monte Golf Course in Monterey, CA. Among the major companies who will be offering their insights are leaders from Ford Motor, John Deere, GE and more. Heidi Hoffman, senior director for technology communities at SEMI, said these talks will show how flexible, hybrid and printed electronics are making their mark in the world.
“The program is designed to show customer pull – in the keynote talks – and technology push and pull – in the technical conference,” Hoffman noted. “The keynotes, which focus on end-user needs from Ford, John Deere, ST Microelectronics, Rogers Research Group at Northwestern and Danforth Plant Science Center, are always a highlight because of
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