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Posted on April 1, 2015 by  & 

Wearable, automotive and IoT drive sensor growth at IDTechEx Show!

The IDTechEx Show! held on 28-29 April in Berlin, will cover the latest sensor developments and innovations for these markets, including presentations from end users discussing their needs and experiences. The event spans topics such as printed electronics, wearable technology, IoT and electric vehicles - covering the disruptive technologies with applicable to all these sectors.
 
Speaking on flexible, printed sensor innovations are:
ISORG "Printed Optical Sensors & Image Sensors"
Brewer Science "Advanced Carbon-Based Materials and Fabrication Techniques for Printable Transducers for Sensing Applications"
Joanneum Research "Innovative Use Cases Based on Fully Printed Piezo/Pyroelectric Sensors"
Siemens "Fully Inkjet-Printed Flexible Wheatstone Bridge Temperature Sensors"
SolidseS "New Printed Electrochemical Gas Sensors on Planar Polymer Technology"
Electrolux "P3HT Nanostructures Fabricated On-the-Spot Over "
Canatu "Films for the Flexible and 3D Tough Revolutions"
 
 
The touch sensor market is covered by:
Synaptics "Capacitive Fingerprint Sensing"
R&D Core "A Truly Flexible Touch Sensor and its Applications"
 
Speaking on sensors for IoT, wearable technology and autonomous vehicles are:
RFMOD "Announcing BeanioT - Defining Form, Fit and Function of IoT Leaf-Nodes"
Fraunhofer FOKUS - "The Open Platforms as Key Enabler for Developing IoT Applications"
 
 
In addition, and vital to connecting suppliers with users, are end users discussing their progress and needs with these technologies including:
Qualcomm, United Technologies Research, Jaguar Land Rover, Sony, Decathlon, Flextronics, Shell, GE Aviation, Ericsson, AugstaWestland, Intel, Sharp, JC Decaux and many more.
 
 
Printed Electronics Europe is co-located with the following relevant events: 3D Printing, Electric Vehicles, Energy Harvesting and Storage, Graphene & 2D Materials, Internet of Things Applications and Wearable Technology. Each of these is a full two-day executive conference with a common tradeshow. We co-locate these events because there is strong overlap across these topics, exposing you to the full relevant supply chains and customer and supplier bases, saving you time and money from attending separate events.
 
Join thousands of attendees and over 150 expected exhibitors at the tradeshow where you can experience the technology in action. Register by 17 April for a 10% attendee discount - see www.PrintedElectronicsEurope.com to learn more.
 
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