has launched the Printed Electronics USA
conference agenda with over 220 speakers from 24 countries presenting on the latest market and technical progress from across the supply chain.
The world's largest event on printed, flexible and organic
electronics, to be held in Santa Clara on November 16 - 17, will showcase the latest technology needs and advancements to over 3,000 attendees.
Some of the world's largest consumer Brands and OEMs will present the trends and challenges their industry faces, providing insight into what technology solutions are needed and why.
This will be complimented with presentations covering new technology breakthroughs, many being announced for the first time, in addition to over 200 exhibitors demonstrating their solutions.
This event, targeted at adopters of the technology, features presentations from some of the world's largest Brands discussing their needs and experiences with printed electronics, from consumer goods
companies (such as Unilever
and Kellogg's) to display and lighting companies (such as Osram
), to fashion and sportswear organizations (such as the Myant
), to structural electronics (Toyota
) and automotive (Ford
As a technology enabler, the event explores the end use applications of printed electronics
across many verticals, with full conference streams dedicated to wearable technology, energy harvesting
, the internet of things
, energy storage, sensors, 3D printing, vehicles and more. By bringing all these together attendees can meet all these supply chain participants in one place, saving time and money.
In addition, all the significant areas of technical development are explored from stretchable electronics to the use of advanced materials such as graphene in batteries
and new frontiers of innovation such as structural electronics and 3D
Printed Electronics USA
is targeted to Brands and OEMs seeking to exploit new technology advances to enable product differentiation, address problems with existing products, discover and quantify new business opportunities and meet partners and customers. It is attended by technology scouts, business developers, product managers, executive management teams and technologists seeking technology and market insights.
"The quality of the speaker program and attendees is superb. We have presentations from many leading end-user companies such as Google, Unilever, Boeing, Coca-Cola, Kellogg's, Ford, Toyota, Amazon, Procter & Gamble. The whole event is geared towards bringing technologies to market by solving problems in these industries"
says Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx.
"For example, this event is where materials companies can speak to Brands and OEMs to understand what they need and similarly where OEMs can learn about the new materials, components and devices enabling new functionalities," Das adds. "The IDTechEx Show! brings together the supply chains from a multitude of science and technology industries along with the companies that need them; and by doing that, attendees will discover new business opportunities and synergies."
The exhibition features over 200 exhibitors ranging from material suppliers to system integrators, many demonstrating the technology in action. It features many exciting zones: the IDTechEx Launchpad
features 20 early stage companies demonstrating new products; Demonstration Street showcases a full range of working products from around the world; and Manufacturing Street has live manufacturing with experts on hand to answer your questions.