How and Why Is the Printed and Flexible Sensor Market Evolving?

Printed and flexible sensor technology promises large area, low form factor sensing solutions for a variety of physical metrics. By printing functional inks on flexible substrates, sensing capability can be integrated conformally onto and within surfaces. Printed sensors measuring temperature, pressure, acoustic frequency, strain, gas, and photodetection can be used in healthcare, automotive, consumer electronics, industrial, and logistics applications.
IDTechEx forecasts that by 2034, the printed and flexible sensor market will reach US$960 million. But behind this projection is a story of false starts, evolution, and close dependency on global technology meta-trends. This webinar will discuss why simply printing sensors has not compelled wider adoption of flexible sensor technology and the evolving value proposition driving market growth opportunities.
This webinar contains the following information:
  • An overview of key printed and flexible sensor technologies and printed sensor material requirements
  • A critical evaluation of historic printed sensor market successes and shortcomings
  • Evolving and emerging trends and commercial use cases of printed and flexible sensors
  • Market opportunities and market forecast overview
This webinar shares some of the research from the new IDTechEx report, "Printed and Flexible Sensors 2024-2034: Technologies, Players, Markets".