Automotive, Smart MedTech are seen as key markets for flexible and hybrid electronics.
David Savastano, Editor02.20.19
]The use of flexible and hybrid electronics is growing quickly in numerous fields, and opportunities for sensors and wearables are practically limitless. The first day of 2019 FLEX and MEMS & Sensor Technical Congress (MSTC), held in Monterey, CA and organized by SEMI-FlexTech, featured talks on automotive, Smart MedTech and more, with speakers from Ford Motor Company, GE Global, United Technologies and more showcasing new developments.
“The program is designed to show customer pull – in the keynote talks – and technology push and pull – in the technical conference,” Heidi Hoffman, senior director for technology communities at SEMI, said.
The full conference started with FLEX/MSTC Session 1: Keynotes. SEMI Americas president Dave Anderson and SEMI president and CEO Ajit Manocha gave introductory talks. Dragos Maciuca, executive technical director, Ford Motor Company, then discussed opportunities n the automotive market in his present
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