Airbus, ABInBev, Diageo, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Panasonic, Continental and more are among the presenters at this year’s conference.
Commercialization of flexible, hybrid and printed electronics is on the rise in many key markets, from automotive to healthcare, with applications such as sensors, wearables and smart packaging becoming more commonplace. Printed Electronics Europe 2019, organized by IDTechEx, will be held April 10-11, 2019 in Berlin, and will focus on showing attendees the newest technologies and end uses.
With more than 200 exhibitors, 2500 attendees, 250 presentations and numerous products to check out, this year’s Printed Electronics Europe should have plenty for attendees to learn and see.
IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das said that he continues to see growth in the industry. Das noted that key growth markets include medical/healthcare, structural electronics in automotive, smart packaging, and RFID/IoT.
“It’s really encouraging to see good growth of the event, which I take as a sign of the industry continuing to grow,” added Das. “In particular, there a
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