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New Exhibition Director for LOPEC

New Exhibition Director for LOPEC
LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for Printed Electronics, has a new exhibition director. She is Barbara Ismaier who brings a wealth of experience and expertise with exhibitions to the role.
3rd October 2016

Positive signs for LOPEC 2107

Positive signs for LOPEC 2107
The 2016 global revenue for products using printed and organic electronics is estimated at 26.9 billion US dollars, an annual increase of 31.8 percent since 2010. And according to the consulting firm Smithers Apex, the market volume is predicted to grow to an estimated 43 billion US dollars by 2020. 
21st September 2016

Improving the commercial viability of printed circuits

Improving the commercial viability of printed circuits
Using Raman spectroscopy, the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed a new, non-destructive method of measuring the three dimension orientation of molecules in an organic semiconductor transistor. This will create a new, faster and more flexible method of measuring the efficiency of electrical conductivity in a printed circuit.
14th September 2016


New printing technique improves electronic circuit manufacture

A collaboration between a number of institutes and universities in Japan has led to the development of a new printing technique called ‘SuPR-NaP (Surface Photo-Reactive Nanometal Printing) technique’, which enables the production of ultra-fine silver wiring patterns only by patterning using ultra-violet irradiation and subsequent surface coating of silver nanometal ink that includes silver nanoparticles at high concentration.
26th April 2016

LOPEC increases its global presence with visitors from 40 countries

LOPEC increases its global presence with visitors from 40 countries
This year’s LOPEC (the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry) which concluded today – April 7 - featured a record 148 companies from 18 countries as well as more than 2000 visitors from 40 countries. Falk Senger, Managing Director of organiser Messe München commented, "This year, we have seen our exhibitor numbers increase by over 10 percent. More and more sectors are putting their trust in this key technology and using LOPEC as a platform for presenting their innovations on an international level." 
7th April 2016

LOPEC 2016 will bring visitors and delegates right up to date

LOPEC 2016 will bring visitors and delegates right up to date
LOPEC 2016 (April 5 to 7 in Munich) will feature an extensive supporting program as well as the LOPEC Demo Line, which will give visitors the chance to watch a live demonstration of electroluminescent illuminated text being printed onto packaging. Also among the highlights are guided tours based around this year's key themes: the automotive sector, consumer electronics, and wearable technology. 
23rd March 2016

New exhibition director for LOPEC

New exhibition director for LOPEC
Carolin Fischer has been appointed Exhibition Director for LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry. She replaces Anja Schneider, who has taken up a new post as Exhibition Director for AUTOMATICA, the trade fair for industrial automation. 
14th March 2016

LOPEC 2016 to highlight smart labels and printed sensors

LOPEC 2016 to highlight smart labels and printed sensors
LOPEC 2016, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, will open its doors in Munich between April 5 and 7. Highlights will include smart labels, printed sensors and glass on roll as a substrate material.
1st March 2016

Wearable Technology to be a focus at LOPEC 2016

Wearable Technology to be a focus at LOPEC 2016
LOPEC 2016 (April 5–7 in Munich) will feature smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other wearable technology  and wearables will also be on the agenda at the LOPEC Conference, where top-class speakers from companies such as Adidas will be in attendance.
15th February 2016

Printed electronics in vehicles – Report outlines a $5.5 billion opportunity by 2026

Printed and flexible electronics applications are on the increase with a variety of components and devices coming to market and the automotive sector is no exception. Overall, the market is expected to grow to over $5.5 billion dollars in the next decade.
26th January 2016


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