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.