Join a workshop focused on the possibilities of printed and disposable electronics within the supply chain sector. Learn what printed electronics is, what it can do, and where it can add value within the supply chain, construction, medical devices and other areas.
Printed Electronics is a new technology which can revolutionize the integration of electronics in products. Digital inkjet technology can be used to directly print electronic components, such as sensors or antennas, on a range of different substrates, including glass, plastics, paper and textiles.
Through digitally printed electronics we can produce unique products, tailored for your specific needs. The technology can reduce production costs and shorten developing times with possibilities for high-volume and flexible production. Furthermore, printed electronics provide end-users with advantages such as thin form factors, flexibility and stretchability, properties which traditional electronics cannot deliver.
The program includes specific cases from European companies, who will share their experiences with, for example, IoT technology and where printed electronics add value to package tracking, control and handling.
The workshop will also include a demo session, where you can get hands-on experience with demo kits and printed sensors and antennas. Here, you will have the opportunity to combine new electrical sensor units and other components which are used in logistics.
Why should you join?
You will get an opportunity to discuss your specific challenges with specialists and how printed electronics could help alleviate them, what is available on the market and how it can be used. In addition, you will gain practical experience and the opportunity for a product development collaboration.
Research and production engineers, managers and others who seeks knowledge and inspiration for innovation through the use of printed electronics
The workshop is organized by Force Technology and Danish Technological Institute and will take place Tuesday 14 November 13:00-17:00 at Center for Nano Production and Micro Analysis, Building 6, Danish Technological Institute, Gregersensvej 1, 2630 Taastrup.
The workshop will be held in English.
Registration by 11 November
13:00 Welcome and introduction
13:10 Introduction to printed electronics
- GS1 Denmark
- Link Logistics A/S
- RISE Acreo AB
15:20 Demo-session: Hands-on with demo kits og printed sensors and antennas. Beer, wine and snacks will be served
16:30 Network session
17:00 End of program
The workshop is supported by the Danish Agency for Institutions and Educational Grants under The Ministry of Higher Education and Science
Har du faglige spørgsmål, så kontakt:
- Christian Kallesøe
- Sektionsleder, ph.d.
- +45 72202570