On November 14-15 the 15th annual Printed Electronics USA event will take place in Santa Clara, California - the heart of silicon valley. Record bookings to date include 245 exhibiting companies (over 90% of the floor space is sold) who are coming from 25 countries and a total of 250 speakers. The event is expected to exceed 3,500 attendees. Attendees registering by October 19 can save 15%
The success of the event is down to the strong focus on the commercialization of printed electronics. Attendees can meet OEMs and end users across many industry verticals including automotive, consumer electronics, wearable technology, IoT and military to learn of their needs and progress and create partnerships. It is the must-attend event on the topic, based on its size, gathering of users and the case studies and innovations that will be unveiled. Below are a few examples of the speakers at the event.
Printed Electronics in Automotive
Today printed electronics are widely used as heaters and seat occupancy sensors in cars. As cars and other vehicles move towards being increasingly electrified and improving passenger comfort, the use of printed electronics is increasing. Organizations such as Denso, a leading Tier 1 automotive supplier, Porsche and Continental will present on their increasing use of printed electronics, from transparent antennas to improved user interfaces based on structural electronics to heat management.
Printed Electronics in Industrial and Healthcare
Multi billion dollar companies including KONE, United Technologies Research, Siemens, Boston Scientific, GE and many others will cover their activities with printed electronics, from improving medical devices to creating better experiences for users to predictive monitoring of condition.
New Products combing to Market
Printed Electronics USA 2018 also covers the progress of new, disruptive technologies coming to market. Late last year JOLED brought to market the world's first printed OLED display and the company is featured as one of the keynote presentations. Another is PolyPhotonix, bringing to market a diabetic eye treatment whereby an OLED lighting eye mask can control the onset of blindness, disrupting a billion dollar market for medicines that are injected into the eye.
For full details see the speaker list, covering over 250 speakers click here.
Register now to lock in the 15% early bird offer, expiring on October 19, 2018. For full details see www.PrintedElectronicsUSA.com .
Learn more at the next leading event on the topic: Printed Electronics Europe 2020 on 13 - 14 May 2020 at Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany hosted by IDTechEx.