Highlights include talks on conductive inks, smart packaging, displays, sensors, healthcare, equipment and testing.
David Savastano, Editor10.21.20
As part of Ink Week, the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM), along with Ink World and Printed Electronics Now, held the Virtual Fall Technical Conference from Oct. 12-14 and the third annual Electronic & Conductive Ink Conference on Oct. 15-16.
The Electronic and Conductive Ink Conference showcased the latest trends in conductive inks and flexible and printed electronics, with talks on smart packaging, displays, sensors, healthcare, equipment, testing, and, of course, conductive inks.
Estimates place the conductive ink field at more than $2.3 billion, and since flexible and printed electronics applications are becoming more commercial, the market is growing. New technologies are being developed to meet the needs of new sensors, wearables, displays, smart packages and much more.
Keynote speaker James Lee, director, Innovation Solutions Group, Jones Healthcare Group, opened the conference with
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