Flexible Hybrid Electronics: Conforming to the Market

Flexible Hybrid Electronics is a rapidly emerging approach to electrical circuit manufacture. This talk will begin by highlighting the motivation for flexible hybrid electronics, specifically how it avoids the technical and commercial challenges that have hindered the adoption of fully printed electronics. The fundamental enabling technologies, such as flexible ICs and low-temperature attachment methods, will be outlined, along with roadmaps to overcome the remaining technological and commercial barriers.
While FHE has many applications, we perceive wearable healthcare as the most promising in the short term, with smart packaging/functional RFID as having the most long-term potential. The prospects of these and other applications will be discussed, and market forecasts for adoption presented.
IDTechEx has released a detailed technical market report on flexible hybrid electronics - "Flexible Hybrid Electronics 2020-2030: Applications, Challenges, Innovations and Forecasts". This is built upon a long history in the field of printed electronics and through extensive number of primary interviews and company visits led by their team of technology analysts. This brings the reader the most comprehensive and up-to-date analysis on the industry.
This webinar includes:
  • Overview of latest market forecast and key trends
  • Technology benchmarking and new entrant analysis
  • Analysis of technological transitions and associated innovation opportunities


Dr Matthew Dyson
Dr Matthew Dyson
Principal Technology Analyst