The success of the show is down to the strong focus on the commercialization of printed electronics. Attendees can meet OEMs and end users across many industry verticals including automotive, consumer electronics, wearable technology, IoT and military to learn of their needs and progress and create partnerships. It is the must-attend event on the topic, based on its size, gathering of users and the case studies and innovations that will be unveiled.
The 265 exhibiting organizations cover the full supply chain, from advanced materials to new manufacturing processes and components (such as sensors, energy storage and displays), to complete products, such as wearable technologies and vehicles. Country cluster pavilions in the exhibition this year include those from Nordic countries, Canada and Korea, in addition to a graphene pavilion and areas dedicated to product demonstrations and live manufacturing.
Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, the global research firm that hosts the event, reports, "Key to the event's success is that it focuses on the commercialization opportunities for printed electroncs, with brands across many industry verticals present. The event is devised by IDTechEx analysts with a focus on adding value to the industry by showcasing user needs and the most significant industry developments, allowing companies to learn and accomplish significant new industry relationships."
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