Printed Electronics: IDTechEx Research Reviews the Defining Trends in 2019

Printed Electronics: IDTechEx Research Reviews the Defining Trends in 2019


News provided by IDTechEx

Oct 02, 2019, 17:00


SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The printed electronics industry has been quietly refocusing over the last few years, with players seeking specific opportunities where the technology adds strong value for the application. That has been as niche as utilizing inkjet printing as a small part of the process of producing etched circuit boards, replacing five process steps with one and reducing material consumption and the time to change circuit designs to creating new industries based on platforms such as In-Mold Electronics where there is clear added value over incumbent processes. Of course, fundamental research is still ongoing across many fronts but the order of the day is identifying specific needs and opportunities.

The IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2019 event, the biggest event in the world on the topic, focuses on the real opportunities for the technology. With over 200 exhibitors, over 250 speakers and an estimated 3,500 attendees, the event, held in Santa Clara on Nov. 20-21, focuses on the commercialization of the technology with OEMs and brands presenting on their needs and many more in attendance. Register by Friday, Oct. 4 for the 15% attendee discount.

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