This unique international conference is
the fifth IDTechExchEx event on
Printed Electronics. Its impact on society will be immense, from
disposable to high performance products and applications previously
impossible, over $5 billion sales in 2010 and exponential growth
thereafter. Hear the big picture with global coverage of both organic
and inorganic solutions from best-in-class speakers and organisations
worldwide – nothing less.
Most of the latest printed and thin film electronics employs both
inorganic and organic elements. No one country has a monopoly of
exciting developments. This unique conference covers all forms of
printed and potentially printed, electronics and is global in reach.
Commercialisation is the focus. This is now rapid. Structures combining
electronics and electrics are becoming commonplace, including conductors
etc printed at high speed on flexible substrates.
To cover the full picture, we fly in the best speakers from the most
admired organizations in Japan, Germany, France, Israel, the UK and
elsewhere. We hear from the US Air Force Research Laboratory, DARPA and
the US Army Research Laboratory and the breakthroughs at the Industrial
Technology Research Institute, Taiwan are presented. From EMD Chemicals,
DuPont and HC Starck to Dimatix for printers we see the full value
chain. Motorola, Honeywell, Nokia and Plastic Logic will present.
Hear of many types of thin film and printed solar cells without
silicon that hit the market in 2007. Hear of printed electric skin
patches to flexible high info military displays and organic microwave
rectifiers. This is the real world. We reveal Where? Why? What for? What
production machinery? What else arrives in the next five years and what
are the opportunities and pitfalls? Optional tours of the exciting
display laboratories of Arizona State University, optional Masterclasses,
reports and ongoing analysis provide all the depth you need. You do not
just catch up, you keep up.
Explore the Potential and Your Opportunities - contact Chris Clare for more information