IDTechEx Releases Agenda for Printed Electronics USA 2019


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The agenda has just been announced for the 16th annual Printed Electronics USA event taking place in Santa Clara, California, on November 20-21. This is the world's largest event on flexible, hybrid & printed electronics.

Printed Electronics USA is part of the IDTechEx show, which brings together seven key disruptive technologies and their customers in one venue. Industry analysts from IDTechEx have invited global speakers from many end-user organizations in addition to technology developers discussing their latest breakthroughs, allowing you to gain actionable business insights and meet potential customers and partners.

Among over 250 speakers, themes covered include opportunities in healthcare applications from wearables to biosensors; innovations in consumer electronics including flexible and foldable displays; manufacturing innovations—from additive printing to structural electronics; the disruption in the emerging electric vehicle and energy storage industries; and new materials advances.

Covering these topics are a superb line-up of end-users discussing their requirements and activities in bringing these technologies to market. Speakers include: AbinBev, Airbus, Arm, Aston Martin, BMW, Bosch, Cisco, Ericsson Research, General Motors, Intel, JCDecaux, LG Electronics, Microsoft, Orange, Pilkington, Porsche, Schreiner MediPharm, Siemens, T-Mobile, and many more. For the full list of speakers click here.

Matching applications with the appropriate technologies is the focus of the event, which aims to speed up the adoption of these technologies. Over 270 exhibitors will showcase their latest solutions and advancements in the areas of energy storage, graphene, IoT, printed electronics, sensors, and wearable technology.

"This event is unique in covering all the most significant new technologies along with their potential user industries in one location. Those in healthcare, consumer electronics, automotive and aerospace, infrastructure, media, military and consumer goods can assess the huge new technology capabilities that are becoming or just have become available, while those making materials, components and solutions can meet with different end user segments to assess their needs and drivers," says Raghu Das, CEO at IDTechEx.

Register now for the 20% attendee early bird discount ending September 13, www.IDTechEx.com/USA

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