The Wearable Technology tradeshow runs alongside the conference tracks and takes place on 28 & 29 April It will showcase over 150 exhibiting companies from over 35 countries, many demonstrating the technology in action.
The tradeshow will be open at the following times:
28 April - 10.30am to 7.00pm
29 April - 10.30am to 4.30pm
Drinks reception in the tradeshow - all attendees are invited.
28 April - 6.00pm to 7.00pm
There will be a drinks reception in the tradeshow from 6.00pm to 7.00pm on 28 April to which all attendees are invited.
The tradeshow will feature "Demonstration Street", a large area in the exhibition hall showcasing the world's largest collection of complete working products. It will include printed flexible displays such as wearable technology, consumer electronics, interactive posters, bistable displays, actuators and audio paper, interactive games, OLED displays, electronics in fabrics, interactive printed controls and menus, 3D printed electronics, conformal electronics, flexible and printed sensors, Internet of Things devices and much more.
See Printed Electronics being made!
Manufacturing Street on the tradeshow floor brings together organisations that are substrate suppliers, printers, post print handlers, testers and integrators, who will make devices in front of your eyes on production ready equipment. The manufacturing chain will be aligned in a step by step process showcasing how to make printed electronics devices, considering each step in turn.
As the equipment is being set up, used and all the process steps made, experts will talk you through everything that is happening, covering what you need to know about printing electronics - this is your opportunity to see Printed Electronics Europe.
Production & Manufacturing Forum
Learn how the whole manufacturing chain fits together
|29 April only
A full day of presentations in the tradeshow theater on 29 April. Printed electronics manufacturing is becoming increasingly integrated as companies work on putting together different printing, lamination, substrate handling, curing and finishing processes. This whole value chain, including materials, will be covered. The session is aimed at those intending to manufacture printed electronics, or who supply materials or equipment for creating printed electronics. It will also be useful for printers who wish to understand their opportunities in printed electronics and how the equipment is being integrated and for companies who want to meet organisations that can help them make products.