Europe's largest event on printed, flexible and organic electronics, Printed Electronics Europe 2016, hosted by IDTechEx in Berlin on April 27-28 features over 226 speakers from 30 countries. The speaker programme has been designed by IDTechEx analysts embedded in the industry cherry picking the biggest brands and most innovative technology developments from around the world.
A large number of end users will present on their needs and experiences with printed electronics, providing critical insights into who wants printed electronics, why and when. Speakers include Coca Cola, Abbott Diagnostics, Ravensburger, GSK, Jaguar Landrover, Sony, Electrolux and JC Decaux to name a few. The event will provide unparalleled insights into adopter markets of printed electronics across sectors such as wearable technology, automotive, retail, consumer electronics, healthcare and transportation. Many more end users will be in attendance, allowing companies to meet, learn and do business. Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, the organiser of the event, says, "This event brings together end users with suppliers. It is designed so that people can do business and bring the technology to market more quickly. Our unrivalled speaker programme makes Printed Electronics Europe your one-stop event to learn the latest and meet customers and partners."
Following the end user insights are tracks giving the latest insight into key areas of progress. These include structural electronics, stretchable electronics, OLED displays and lighting, new material breakthroughs, graphene, wearable technology, IoT, sensors, automotive, energy harvesting and more. Speakers from around the world include Jabil, Philips, OSRMA, Sabic, DuPont, Asahi Kasei, Intel, HP, Siemens, ARM, Henkel, Toyota and many more.
See the full agenda here, and book now for an early bird rate and join an expected 2,500 people in Berlin on April 27-28.
Speaking about the event, sportswear company Decathlon reports, "Very interesting, a great opportunity to exchange views in the same day with an R&D, start-up, production and user company!"
Exhibitor Paul Cain of FlexEnable, says of the event, "IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe is a great event as it attracts a balanced mix of technology companies and end-user companies, and brings them under one roof. By bridging these two traditionally distinct industries, the event promotes collaboration, while also serving as a platform for small and large companies to showcase their latest innovations. It is a catalyst for new partnerships and FlexEnable is delighted to exhibit at this prestigious event year after year."