Printed Electronics 2004: At a glance

Printed Electronics 2004: Sponsorship and Exhibition

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Sponsorship and Exhibition package

To view the exhibition and sponsorship packages available, please click here.

Specially tailored packages can also be constructed to meet your requirements; please contact Cathryn O'Donnelly by email or call + 44 (0)1223 813703.


ASK, named one of the top 10 emerging technology companies in Europe, has already supplied more than 20 million contactless cards, paper contactless tickets that are in operation in more than 50 cities in Europe, Asia and America.

Cabot are experts in (1) Making and handling fine particles, (2) Modifying the surfaces of very fine particles, and (3) Designing particle-media composites for specific properties.


Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) is the leading developer of technologies based on polymer light emitting diodes (PLEDs). PLEDs are the fast growing new generation of display technology and will replace liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and cathode ray tubes (CRTs) in many existing appliactions.


IDTechEx is the world's leading independent analyst on the development and application of RFID smart labels and smart packaging technologies.


Plastic Logic is a leading developer of plastic electronics technology. It combines the power of electronics with the pervasiveness of printing to put electronics where you want, when you want.

Precisia's unique product offerings include low-cost printed electronics and RFID antennas produced with conductive inks. Precisia successfully combines proprietary knowledge of conductive inks and their interaction with high-speed presses to produce high-volume RFID antennas.

Spectra is a leading developer and manufacturer of piezoelectric ink jet printheads and related consumables and accessories.

The U.S. Display Consortium (USDC) is an industry-led, public/private partnership providing a common platform for flat panel display manufacturers and developers, flat panel display users and the supplier base.


XINK™ advanced conductive and resistive formulations allow printing of complex electronic circuitry, including flexible paper sensors (package security), sensor grids (smart pharmaceutical packaging), keypads (electronic paper diaries), and of course

RFID antennas.