Over 2,500 people will attend Printed Electronics Europe, part of the world’s largest series of events on printed, flexible and hybrid electronics, which will be held on 10 & 11 April at the Estrel Convention Center in Berlin.
The unique focus of the event is to speed up the adoption of printed electronics by bringing together end users with suppliers across the value chain. We have end users from many verticals presenting on their requirements, case studies and lessons of using the technology, providing that vital voice of the customer. Speakers include: Diageo, ABinBev, Airbus, Altran, Continental, Schreiner MediPharm, Google, United Technologies, Visionox, Sony, Microsoft and many more.
The event, which will also feature over 200 exhibitors, is hosted by IDTechEx, the global advisory and business intelligence research firm, which focusses on providing impartial market and technology assessment to clients. IDTechEx analysts construct the agenda and cherry pick the leading speakers from around the world to ensure that the latest trends and opportunities are aired for attendees, providing valuable insights.
Key themes at Printed Electronics Europe this year include sessions dedicated to electronic skin patches, structural electronics, foldable displays, smart packaging, opportunities in electric vehicles, 5G, medical devices and much more.
In total over 250 speakers will cover a huge range of business requirements and emerging enabling technologies, pulled together with candid market and technology appraisal by IDTechEx analysts.
To promote attendee engagement and facilitate the most productive event on printed electronics for attendees, Printed Electronics Europe will be operating a match making service allowing attendees to connect with other attendees and organise meetings in advance of the event.
Business professionals responsible for growth, business development, product development, business leadership, research leadership and technology scouting will be attending to explore new opportunities for the organizations they represent.
Don’t miss this annual event in Europe to see in one place the latest innovations and meet customers involved throughout the entire printed electronics industry.
For more details see www.PrintedElectronicsEurope.com