Smart packaging, wearables, sensor, in-mold electronics and display manufacturers are among honorees at the show.
David Savastano, Editor01.20.20
The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is in the books, and the show once again highlighted the fast-changing world of electronics.
An estimated 170,000 industry professionals and media attended the annual show, which was spread out throughout Las Vegas from Jan. 7-10. There was too much to see, from robots to drones, AI to TVs and displays, sensors and wearables, and much more. Companies exhibiting ranged the gamut from multi-national conglomerates like Procter & Gamble and Samsung to the myriad start-ups who pitched their innovations at Eureka Hall in the Sands Convention Center.
The flexible and printed electronics industry was well represented at the 2020 CES. The OE-A had a pavilion in the Sands, featuring industry leaders such as NovaCentrix, Coatema, Ynvisbile, American Semiconductor, IEE S.A., Tacterion GmbH and Leonard Kurz GmbH; major research institutes like Holst Centre, Fraunhofer FEP, VTT, Copt. Centre for Organic Electronics University of Cologne and In
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