David Savastano , Editor11.12.19
It is very interesting to watch the evolution of flexible and printed electronics. Some markets that were projected to be huge opportunities in the early days, such as organic photovoltaics, have largely fallen by the wayside. Other segments, such as RFID, have enjoyed good growth. Meanwhile, other applications have developed new markets and even more are poised to grow in the future.
Our Fall 2019 issue features three of the strongest opportunities for flexible and printed electronics. First up is a look at smart packaging. In “Smart Packaging Continues to Find New Opportunities,” which begins on page 12, key systems manufacturers and industry leaders discuss this market.
While smart packaging has yet to reach the mainstream, there are interesting projects that have reached commercialization, and leaders say there are more projects in the pipeline.
In-mold electronics (IME) are one of the most interesting opportunities, with automotive and white goods appliance br
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