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Printed Electronics 2016

printed electronics 2016

Printed Electronics is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of vital interest to industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, media and transit. It is allowing electronics to be used in places it has never been before and it is improving existing electronics and electrics. Printed Electronics Europe, attended by more end -users than any other, is your information and networking hub on the topic. The international exhibition, with more than 170 exhibitors, covers all the technologies throughout the entire supply chain across and across all the major component types.

This year, the event will take place from 27-28 April 2016 in Berlin, Germany as part of the IDTechEx Show! This is Europe’s largest end-user focused event! The only event focused on the commercialisation of printed, organic and flexible electronics.

Printed Electronics Europe is co-located alongside a series of synergistic events covering wearable technology, sensors, 3D printing, graphene, energy harvesting, and electric vehicles which makes this a truly unique and one of a kind event!

Sure, there are other printed electronics events on the 2016 calendar, however, Printed Electronics Europe in Berlin, is where you will meet customers and build business! There will be 2,500 high level attendees from business and technology fields, and 130 exhibitors from over 47 countries at the event.

Basmati project will be presented by Genes’Ink, member of the consortium.