Commercialization is on the upswing, and manufacturers are seeing opportunities ahead for a wide range of fields.
Dave Savastano, Editor03.09.15
The lure of flexible and printed electronics has captured the attention of researchers and entrepreneurs alike, but it hasn’t translated to the market yet. Still, the idea of low cost functional flexible systems such as sensors, wearables and smart packaging that can be mass produced is attractive for many markets.
It appears that more products are in the pipeline, and flexible and printed electronics are starting to fulfill their promise.
“The market for printed and flexible electronics is set to reach over $73 billion by 2025, as explained in detail in the flagship IDTechEx report on the topic, Printed, Organic & Flexible Electronics Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2015-2025,” said Dr. Harry Zervos, principal analyst and business development manager for North America for IDTechEx. “Not all separate types of printed electronics will share equally in that big market – as I always say, printed electroni
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