Printed electronics professionals prepare for the tailor-made event
The 2014 Printed Electronics Symposium (Las Vegas, October 21–22) is must-attend event for the printed and flexible electronics industry, and both speakers and attendees are gearing up for the comprehensive educational program that's just a few days away.
"Ideas abound for new applications for printed electronics," noted Ross Bringans, Vice President of PARC, a Xerox Company, and a conference keynoter. "I am looking forward to presenting our view to the attendees at the event. This particular audience is very interesting for us as technology developers — as applying the high volume, web-based manufacturing featured at the SGIA Expo can be a key enabler for lowering the manufacturing costs for electronics — the gating factor for many, many applications."
The Symposium is unlike any other event for this niche sector of the specialty imaging industry. Attendees will get one-on-one time with top industry experts, as well as hear the latest trends and technologies during the two-day, highly educational event. Session topics include:
Enabling Applications In Printed Electronics
Optimizing Flexo for Printed Electronics
Curing/Drying of Solvent, UV and UV-LED Screen Inks
Flexible Displays and Touch Sensors: Moving Beyond Flat and Curved
Meeting ISO and Regulatory Requirements for Vendor Supplied Materials and Equipment
After the Symposium, attendees will still have two full days to explore the SGIA Expo, including admittance to the Printed Electronics & Industrial Reception for unbeatable opportunities to expand their business network.