OE-A brings the future of printed electronics to CES 2019

09.10.2018 | id:659281
Visit the joint pavilion and attend the OE-A conference track on January 9-12, 2019 in Las Vegas, USA
 
For the third time in a row, OE-A will be representing the printed electronics industry at CES – one of the world’s largest trade shows for consumer technology. Held annually in Las Vegas, NV, USA, it attracts 180K+ attendees, gathering over 223,000 net square meters of exhibit space and presenting more than 300 conference sessions.
 
The future of consumer electronics includes printed and flexible technologies
Numerous industry sectors, from automotive, consumer electronics and household appliances to packaging and healthcare, have products based on organic and printed electronics. Consumer electronics is currently the largest industry in which this technology is being applied. This technology can be found in e-readers, smartphones and tablets, and it is used to turn clothing and accessories into intelligent wearables, as well as making the operation of automobiles and many devices more intuitive and thus easier through the use of touch sensors. The adoption of flexible and printed electronics is being driven by numerous benefits – ranging from low-cost and robust to lightweight, flexible and thin.
 
OE-A pavilion and conference track to represent the organic and printed electronics industry
On January 9-12, 2019 OE-A is the organization that introduces the new technology of organic and printed electronics at this international event. This novel technology will have a major influence on the consumer technology industry, especially in the areas of the Internet of Things, wearables and automotive. Special focus will be given to the integration of this innovative technology into consumer electronics. This growing market helps to bring more end-users to the printed electronics network, which will prompt closer collaboration between the product industry and the technology developers. This cooperation will eventually lead to the optimization of existing products as well as to the development of new ones.
 
In order to introduce more end-users to its network as well as to share the advantages of the integration of printed electronics in consumer products, OE-A exhibits at its own joint pavilion – together with at least 10 OE-A members – to showcase their technologies and applications. Furthermore, within the 1,000+ speakers CES conference, OE-A will organize a conference track on printed electronics. Also, here special focus will be given to the integration of this innovative technology into consumer electronics as well as automotive & mobility, healthcare & wellbeing and smart living.
As one of our members said this year: “CES enabled us to meet with leading electronics companies and broaden exposure outside our standard customer base. We were able to build relationships with other OE-A companies and existing collaborators showcasing our products and partnerships, and promoting our brand in the US.”
 
More information and detailed program soon to be made available. For questions, please contact daria.firlus@oe-a.org
 
 
All key players in the technology field can be found at CES
CES is the world’s largest gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Every major technology company participates in CES by exhibiting, speaking, sponsoring, attending or holding co-located events and business meetings. Exhibitors launch and feature products from all facets of tech, from automotive and wireless to up-and-coming categories like wearables, 3D printing, drones and sensor technology. CES draws the global technology industry from 150 countries, including Fortune 500 executives, manufacturers, retailers, corporate buyers, content producers, entertainment executives, venture capitalists, engineers, government officials, installers, advertising and marketing executives, financial analysts and the media from every corner of the globe.
Verstraelen, Sophie Isabel
Verstraelen, Sophie Isabel