Next event in this series: Printed Electronics Europe 2006
Attended by over 180 delegates from 17 countries
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Printed & disposable electronics: Why, when & who?
Explore the potential and your opportunities at this event
The market for organic and
printable electronics is expected to reach $300Bn in 2025 - almost
twice the size of the silicon industry today. The future electronic
fabrication plants will be printing presses. Enormous markets will
be created where conventional silicon chips cannot go today because
they are too costly, large and brittle. A full range of electrical
and electronic components will be printed - from transistor circuits
to display, power and even speakers.
The advent of low-cost disposable technologies
The advent of low-cost disposable technologies provides opportunities to develop products that will change our lives, not simply adding novelty features, but improving the user interface to provide products that are more intuitive, safer and fun to use.
Early case studies are covered, as are potential markets and needs by potential users. Applications covered include electronic smart packaging, such as the changing use by date on packaging, sensors on drugs and foods, brand enhancements, signage and large area displays, photovoltaics, RFID, merchandising, healthcare applications etc. Global companies will discuss their technical developments and progress, some with first announcements.
Whether it's flexible displays, electronic inks, organic electronics, low-cost laminar batteries, sensors, or circuits - over the course of our conference we will update you on the current status of the fast-moving world of printed electronic technologies, and explore future applications.
Our conference presenters are at the forefront of technology development, as well end-user brand owners - companies looking to enhance and protect their brands in future.
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