Northfield, Minn. – Northfield Automation Systems will be in attendance next month as the 10th International Printed Electronics Conference and Tradeshow takes place in Santa Clara, Calif., USA. Printed Electronics USA runs November 20–21 and is held at the Santa Clara Convention Center. NAS will occupy space in booth A13.
This year’s theme is The Application of Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics. Organized by IDTechEx, the event focuses on the commercialization of printed electronics technology, helping companies understand end-user requirements and presenting case studies. It also details the latest capabilities across a diverse range of related technologies.
Northfield Automation Systems Vice President of Sales and Marketing Darin Stotz said, “This is a perfect venue for us to express our vast expertise in the field of printed electronics. It’s a chance for us not only to convey to our customers that we remain an industry leader, but also an opportunity to stay on top of trends that have bearing on our work.”
Conference highlights include:
• End-user perspectives and sector requirements: Commercial successes, case studies, viability, opportunities.
• Technology and product development, and roadmaps: Technical capabilities, costs, product development plans.
• Market insight and sector appraisal: Profitability, market sizing, unmet opportunities.
• Demonstration Street: The world’s largest collection of printed electronics products in one place.
• Manufacturing Street: Live multi-technology printing and processes demonstration area.
Printed Electronics USA is the world’s largest event on the topic of printed electronics, with more than 150 exhibitors and 2,000 attendees expected to attend.
Organizers of the conference point out that printed electronics is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of vital interest to industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, media and transit. It is allowing electronics to be used in places it has never been used before and is improving existing electronics and electrics.
For more information or to set up a meeting, contact Darin Stotz.