OE-A News Highlights

OE-A Brochure with interactive coverpage

The integration of thin and flexible electronics opens up new possibilities for classically printed products. Light, sound, displays, power or sensors can be integrated into traditional print products like journals, brochures or packaging, thereby enhancing their functionality. Interactive print products provide additional functionality and new opportunities for entire industries, such as advertising.

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Hands-on workshop for students on printing and characterizing organic electronic devices

16/01/17 On March 28 (co-located with LOPEC 2017) the OE-A Working Group Education offers lectures on lab safety, printing methods, as well as fundamentals of supercapacitors and their characterization.

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OE-A Sessions at CES in Las Vegas Draw a Crowd

13/01/17 The future of consumer electronics includes printed and flexible technologies

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Printed Electronics in Textiles: Interactive, Flexible, Smart

04/01/17 Attend OE-A’s seminar at ISPO in Munich, Germany on February 07.

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Printed Electronics – Technology of the future, now in daily life

08/12/16 OE-A demonstrates numerous application opportunities in consumer electronics at CES(R) 2017

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7th OE-A Asian Working Group Meeting & OE-A at Printable Electronics 2017 Tokyo, Japan

17/11/16 Take part in OE-A’s networking event and seminar while paying a visit to Printable Electronics on February 14-17.

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The Organic and Printed Electronics Industry expects an increase of 17 percent in sales revenue in 2017

02/11/16 Positive outlook from OE-A members on the expansion of organic and printed electronics along the entire value chain.

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Successful 25th North American OE-A Working Group meeting in Santa Clara, CA.

17/11/16 Well over 50 OE-A members engaged in interactive discussions on printed electronics while expanding their network.

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Printed Electronics Industry represented at electronica 2016

10/11/16 OE-A session “Printed Electronics: Key Enabling Technology for Healthcare and Wearables” well-received.

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