From OLEDs to intelligent packaging: From March 13 to 15, LOPEC in Munich (Germany) showcased groundbreaking developments in flexible electronics.
Fascinating new developments from the world of printed electronics, the technology’s possibilities in the healthcare sector, or experiencing the production process of NFC-powered LEDs: this is just a small excerpt from the diverse supporting program of LOPEC 2018.
In addition to new printing materials and machines, exhibitors from all over the world will showcase numerous prototypes and commercial products with printed electronic components.
10th edition of LOPEC Conference includes more than 180 presentations from well-known international scientists and representatives from companies, such as IKEA, Jaguar Land Rover and SAP.
VTT Finland illustrates the potential of printed sensors in the medical field at LOPEC 2018
10th LOPEC in Munich, Germany, in March 2018
During OE-A’s Annual General Assembly and Working Group Meeting on March 12, OE-A members will visit Schreiner Group.
Attend ICDT and the Asian OE-A Working Group Meeting in Guangzhou in April
Learn how to fabricate and characterize screen printed loudspeakers on March 13 (co-located with LOPEC 2018)
Attend OE-A’s session at ISPO in Munich, Germany & join the X-Health Summit
CES 2018: OE-A unites end-users and suppliers
The possibilities opened up by printed electronics for electronic manufacturers succesfully presented at the Innovation Forum of productronica
Visit the OE-A pavilion on January 9-12, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV, USA
Positive outlook from OE-A members on the expansion of organic and printed electronics along the entire value chain
Sensors, batteries and circuitry can be printed directly on films. The OE-A is bringing industry representatives, material manufacturers and researchers together to turn ideas into products.
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