The 11th Printed Electronics Europe event on April 28-29 at the Estrel Convention Center in Berlin will feature approximately 150 exhibiting companies from around the world. In this article we showcase some of the French companies that will be part of the event.
Signifying the priority of the technology in France, Printed Electronics Europe will be attended by the President of the Limoges Métropole area, elected in 2014, M. Gérard Vandenbroucke. As minister for the region he has notably been in charge of secondary and higher education, economic development and research. He is an advocate for Printed Electronics.
Materials deposition printer manufacturer Ceradrop is the Premier Exhibitor of the event and will feature its latest Printed Electronics solutions in its 90sqm booth which will include smart 3D Printing platforms, inkjet printing systems and large area digital printing industrial solutions for Printed Electronics.
Several machines will be presented by Ceradrop during the exhibition and the company will run a live demo during the whole show to permit attendees from Printed Electronics Industry to see state-of-the-art equipment at work:
- One functional multi-material Live Demo will be run on our advanced R&D inkjet printer X-Serie.
- One new hybrid machine focused on a modular-based scalable concept will be launched and presented in details at our booth A10, mixing different materials deposition and post-process curing technologies.
- One industrial Pilot Line will be printing on large format rigid and heavy glass substrates with high throughput
Flexible inkjet printing solutions from R&D Pilot Line to High Throughput 24/7 manufacturing, source: Ceradrop
Organizations of the Limousin area that are exhibiting include: Cerinnov, XLIM, Disasolar, the European Ceramics Cluster, the Elopsys Cluster (Electronics, Photonics and Digital technology), Limousin Expansion and Limousin region. The cluster of printed electronics companies there has accelerated the Limoges Métropole decision to structure a regional printed electronics industry leveraging local assets such as the European ceramics cluster, Elopsys cluster, research laboratories, technology transfer centres, companies from printed electronics industry and also engineering schools.
Organic photodetector company ISORG, also exhibiting, will showcase their latest progress with large-area photonics and image sensors, converting plastic and glass surfaces into smart surfaces.
ISORG is addressing the high growth markets of medical equipment (image sensors for medical X ray digital imaging), Industry 4.0 and industrial IoT (sensors for inventory control and connected retail), wearable devices and connected objects (bio sensors) and security (biometrics). ISORG technology enables innovative product design and integration with large area sensing, thin, robust to shock and conformable sensors. ISORG will demonstrate his latest developments of large area photodetectors for position sensing devices and connected retail.
In addition there are a further ten exhibiting companies from France, totaling approximately 150 exhibitors. See the full list at www.PrintedElectronicsEurope.com. Hear user insights and meet customers at Printed Electronics Europe.