Commercialization of Disruptive Sensor Technology
November 20 - 21, 2019 Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA

Exhibition Pavilions

New this year, the IDTechEx Show! is delighted to host these 7 exciting pavilions on the exhibition floor:

RAIN RFID Pavilion

The RAIN RFID Alliance, a platinum sponsor of the event, hosts a pavilion showing casing RAIN RFID solutions. RAIN RFID is expected to grow 20% in 2019, reaching a market of almost $1 Billion.

Canadian Pavilion

A robust Canadian contingent exhibit at this show, led by intelliFLEX's Canadian Pavilion. Canada has developed a strong innovation network to engage with global end-users to create unique Flexible and Hybrid electronics (FHE) -based solutions in a wide range of industries where Canada has traditionally been strong, from smart packaging, smart retail to wearables, healthcare, automative and aerospace.

Graphene Pavilion

The graphene industry is approaching a tipping point for large scale market adoption. This pavilion will showcase key companies that range from graphene nanoplatelets, graphene oxide (and rGO) and CVD grown graphene manufacturers though to integrators and final products.

AFELIM pavilion

The AFELIM Association, a Gold Sponsor of the event is representing the value chain of printed, organic and inorganic electronics. Visit the pavilion to meet these French companies who will be showcasing their solutions at this event.

Additive Electronics Pavilion

The pavilion will host some of the most innovative 3D Printing companies who will demonstrate how basic electronic components, circuitry, sensors, antennas, printed circuit boards, etc. can be integrated into 3D Printed products.

Innovation Pavilion

The Innovation Pavilion is a dedicated area for small stage organizations including startups and companies showcasing their latest innovations within the latest emerging technologies covered at the IDTechEx Show!

Healthcare Sensor Innovations Pavilion

The HEALTHCARE Sensor Innovations Pavilion is a promoted area on the IDTechEx show floor where exhibitors are showcasing the latest developments in the use of wearables and sensors in continuous monitoring of individuals and point-of-care diagnostics. As Healthcare spending around the world increases, innovative methods of delivering cost-effective healthcare must be developed. Continuous patient monitoring and point of care diagnostics are two such trends that are driving the industry towards value-based care, decentralized care, and patient-centric approach.