LOPEC 2020 cancelled amid health concerns
Due to the increasing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Europe and on the basis of the recommendations of the Bavarian State Government as well as of the responsible health authorities, Messe München has felt compelled to cancel LOPEC 2020.
Printed electronics: foldable and flexible displays
From March 24th to 26th, LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, will open its doors on the premises of Messe München. In addition to new materials and machines for the printing of electrical components, market-ready applications are increasingly moving into focus. Flexible displays in particular are changing the appearance and function of electronic devices.
Portable electronics on and in the body
Printed electronics is revolutionising medicine. LOPEC will present new developments from this area from March 24th to 26th, 2020. Here you can read an interview with LOPEC plenary speaker John A. Rogers, about monitoring systems and other flexible electronic devices that can be worn directly on the skin or implanted inside the body.
Printed electronics: more safety and comfort in automobiles
Whether e-mobility or autonomous driving: In times of change, the automotive industry relies on printed electronics. From March 24th to 26th, 2020, LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry in Munich, will be providing information on innovative concepts for the automotive industry.
Printed electronics to take centre stage at LOPEC 2020
LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry showcases every aspect of printed electronics, from the theory and practice behind the technology to its business and application potential.
Integrated photovoltaics: power coming from the facade
Next generation solar cells are conquering the building industry. In the future, not only roofs but also facades are to convert sunlight into electricity. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry taking place in Munich, Germany, from March 24th to 26th, 2020, will provide information about the current state of the art, practical examples and promising applications.
Smart Living: innovative solutions for everyday life
Fitness trackers, smart pharmaceutical packaging, adhesive solar films or steplessly dimmable windows: These are just a few examples of the applications that will be combined under the new focus topic Smart Living.
Printed electronics is conquering numerous application sectors
Sensors for medical applications, smart textiles and OLEDs for the automotive industry: numerous industries rely on printed and flexible electronics in their innovation process. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, which took place this week in Munich, Germany, reflects this trend.
Looking ahead to LOPEC 2019
With its three-day Conference, LOPEC, the international exhibition for printed electronics, is bridging the gap between science and industry. From 19th-21st March 2019, manufacturers, users and researchers from all over the world will meet in Munich to discuss innovations and trends in printed electronics.
Experience printed electronics live at LOPEC 2019
This year's LOPEC show will take place in Munich from 19th to 21st March. Visitors can expect a supporting programme at the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry. Among the crowd-pullers are the Demo Line, which brings the manufacturing process of printed electronics to life, and the Innovation Showcase with developments from a wide range of industry sectors, from aviation to the textile industry.
Take off with printed electronics at LOPEC 2019
Low weight, no need for cables and highly automated manufacturing of fully customised components; printed electronics offers many advantages for the aviation industry. At the LOPEC Conference 2019, Dennis Hahn from Airbus and Max Seissler from the consulting and technology company Altran will provide an overview of the special requirements placed on flying components.
Printed electronics: A revolution in diagnostics
From ultra-thin sensors that monitor body functions to lab-on-a-chip for quick tests at the patient’s bedside: Printed electronic components expand the possibilities of medical diagnostics. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry in Munich, will provide information about new developments in that area from March 19th to 21st, 2019.
Exhibition showcases all aspects of the printed electronics industry
LOPEC, International Exhibition and Conference for the printed electronics industry, will take place in Munich, Germany, during March 2019. It will be the 11th time that LOPEC has been staged. The two-day exhibition (March 20 to 21) and three-day conference (March 19–21) will provide show attendees and conference delegates with the best opportunity to keep abreast of all the latest technology and business developments this important te...
Smart packaging: printed electronics as a growth driver
When pharmaceutical packages sound an alarm or food cartons measure the temperature, printed electronics are involved. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry in Munich, will provide information about next generation packaging from March 19th to 21st, 2019.
Celebrating the last ten years of printed electronics
In the build-up to the tenth annual LOPEC event, taking place in Munich in March Hans-Jürgen Lemp (Director Global Sales & Business Development New Platforms, Merck KGaA), Thomas Kolbusch (Vice President, Coatema Coating Machinery) and Dr. Wolfgang Clemens (Head of Product Management, PolyIC & Co. KG) talk about a decade of printed electronics and the markets of tomorrow.
LOPEC to showcase latest thinking in printed electronics
The tenth edition of LOPEC will take place in Munich during March 2018. The two-day exhibition (March 14–15) and three-day conference (March 13–15) will provide attendees and delegates with the perfect opportunity to keep right up to date with all the latest developments in printed electronics. LOPEC is unique in providing visitors and delegates with the chance to see and discuss every aspect of printed electronics as it covers t...
Printed electronics revolutionise vehicle manufacturing
With the advance of printed and organic electronic components, vehicle designers now have previously unimagined possibilities which enable a higher level of sustainability and also help to reduce the automotive industry’s manufacturing costs. This is the conclusion reached by this year’s LOPEC Panel Discussion, which took place on 29th March 2017, as part of the International Exhibition and Conference for Printed Electronics in M...
Interest in printed electronics continues to grow
In Munich, Germany, from March 28th-30th 2017, the LOPEC exhibition proved that the interest in printed electronics continues to grow. The ninth edition of the international exhibition for printed electronics set new records across the board, while also showcasing numerous world-firsts. Concurrently, the LOPEC conference impressed with a top-class, highly international line-up, featuring speakers from Samsung and the European ...
Driving comfort innovations to be showcased at LOPEC 2017
The LOPEC exhibition will be taking place in Munich, Germany from 28th-30th March 2017, providing information on the latest products, technologies and trends in printed electronics. This year, the automotive industry will be one of the focal points of the international exhibition and conference.
Printed electronics innovations on show at LOPEC
Printed electronics has evolved into a driver of innovations in many industries. After consumer electronics and the automotive sector, the focus is now increasingly moving to the healthcare sector. Therefore, printed electronic components for the medical and pharmaceuticals market are one of the key themes of LOPEC 2017.