Printed Electronics Europe as part of the “IDTechEx Show!” in Berlin: Where suppliers meet end users
An estimated 2500 people will attend Printed Electronics Europe, part of the world’s largest series of events on printed, flexible and hybrid electronics, which will be held on 11-12 April at the Estrel Convention Center, Berlin.
The unique focus of the event is to speed up the adoption of printed electronics by bringing together end users with suppliers across the value chain. Presentations from end users will cover their progress with the technology. Speakers from a variety of global organisations representing different industry verticals include Beko, Johnson & Johnson, Cartamundi, Saati, Panasonic, Huawei, GE Healthcare and many more.
The event features over 200 exhibitors and is hosted by IDTechEx, the global advisory and business intelligence research firm, who provides impartial market and technology assessment. IDTechEx analysts construct the agenda and cherry pick the leading speakers from around the world to ensure that the latest trends and opportunities are aired for attendees, providing valuable insights.
Key themes at Printed Electronics Europe this year include wearables in healthcare, with speakers including Sanofi, Galvani, Siemens and Qualcomm; innovation in the automotive industry with speakers including McLaren, Porsche and Plastic Omnium; to sessions focussed on e-textiles, stretchable electronics, structural electronics, display innovations, materials breakthroughs, hybrid electronics manufacturing and more.
Caption: Impressions from the 2017 “IDTechEx Show!” in Berlin (photo: OPE journal)