There are clear signs that both the technical innovations and commercial possibilities that are the keys to PE's future are continuing to move forward
David Savastano, Ink World Editor05.11.10
End-Users Highlight Potential Of Printed Electronics at PE Europe 2010
There are clear signs that both the technical innovations and commercial possibilities that are the keys to PE’s future are continuing to move forward
By David Savastano, Editor
One key to the future of printed electronics (PE) is the new technologies that are being developed at start-up companies, large corporations and universities. However, another critical aspect is the ability to bring these innovations to commercialization.
There are clear signs that both the technical innovations and commercial possibilities are continuing to move forward, as seen at Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics Europe 2010.
The conference, which was held April 13-14 in Dresden, Germany and held by IDTechEx, offered a wide gamut of topics covering the major fields, including PE design, displays and lighting, sensors, photovoltaics (PV) and production, as well as raw material and manufacturing advances.
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