Topics include biomedical applications, lighting, 3D structural electronics, energy, smart and hybrid systems and manufacturing.
David Savastano, Editor03.21.19
The opening session of LOPEC 2019, which began at Messe Munich yesterday, featured a wide range of talks covering organic and printed electronics. Organized by the OE-A, LOPEC 2019 brought together speakers from a wide range of disciplines, with particular emphasis on automotive and healthcare markets. Meanwhile, the conference set new records for numbers of exhibitors and exhibition space, with booths now spilling out into the halls.
The conference opened with the Plenary Session. LOPEC general chair Wolfgang Mildner, founder and CEO of mswTech, told attendees that business continues to grow, and LOPEC is expanding with it.
“After a lot of research and development and a lot of feedback from customers, we see business taking off,” Mildner observed. “We think mobility and wellbeing have the most activities right now. We also see this in the exhibition hall. Sometimes printed electronics is invisible and we have to tell people it is in i
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