From 13 to 15 March 2018, the 10th edition of LOPEC, the international exhibiton and conference for the printed electronics industry, will take place on the premises of Messe München (Germany). In addition to new printing materials and machines, exhibitors from all over the world will showcase numerous prototypes and commercial products with printed electronic components. The product range extends from sensors for environmental monitoring to 3D-printed components with integrated RFID technology.
PolyIC (Fürth, Germany) will be showcasing mass applications for its PolyTC capacitive sensors at this year's Embedded World from 27 February to 1 March in Nuremberg, and at LOPEC from 14-15 March in Munich. The following series production touch applications for white goods will be exhibited: a front panel of a hot water heater from A. O. Smith with touch control, and a demonstrator for a sensor control panel that has been successfully employed in several washing machine models from BSH.
As a central institute for organic electronics, the COPT Center (Cologne, Germany), will be exhibiting once again at LOPEC, the renowned tradeshow for organic and printed electronics, which will take place from 14 to 15 March at ICM, Messe München, Germany. At a common booth, COPT and seven co-exhibitors will present product innovations and fascinating novelties from projects.