The printed electronics market is forecasted to grow to over 12 billion USD in 2022. Driving forces are within applications such as IoT, wearables, smart products, healthcare, automotive and many others. Printed electronics reduces production costs and development times, through the possibility of large volume, flexible production technologies. Furthermore, printed electronics brings the end user benefits such as thin form factors, flexibility and stretchability that traditional electronics cannot provide.
Future perspectives of printed electronics
At this seminar on 12 October from 9:30-16 some of Europe’s leading experts within the field of printed electronics, talk about large volume roll-to-roll printing. Furthermore, two Danish companies working within printed electronics will present the commercial perspectives and market opportunities.
The future of smart products will be facilitated by printed electronics, eliminating barriers from concept to market
– Zachary Davis, Danish Technological Institute
Hands-on experience with new technology
In the afternoon you can bring you own challenges to the table during our printed electronics workshop and get expert advice from our specialists as well as see our new nanomaterial and printing labs at Danish Technological Institute.
10:00-10:15 Welcome by Director Anne-Lise Høg Lejre
10:15-10:45 RISE Acreo: Printed & hybrid electronics: Lab to industrial printing
10:45-11.15 Mekoprint: Market opportunities within flexible electronics
11:30-12.00 Danish Technological Institute: Printable materials
13:00-14.00: Tour of DTI nanoparticle and printing labs
14.00-16:00 workshop with snack break:
From lab to Industrial printing facilitated by RISE Acreo. Participants may bring cases for discussion
The seminar and workshop takes place at Danish Technological Institute, Gregersensvej, Building 8, 2630 Taastrup
Technicians, developers and engineers with an interest in new sensor technologies, wearables and smart products.