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Experience printed electronics live
LOPEC 2019 will take place in Munich from March 19 to 21. Visitors can expect an inspiring supporting program at the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry.
Printed electronics: On the road to success with innovations
In just a few weeks, LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, will open its gates. From March 19 to 21, companies and research institutes from all over the world will be presenting their innovations along the entire value chain.
Flexible electronics for cars, wearables, smart homes and more – OE-A presents the future at LOPEC 2019
Participants of the “OE-A Competition 2019” show the many possibilities of organic and printed electronics with creative new ideas, prototypes, and fresh designs.
From e-textiles to artificial intelligence: Printed Electronics as a key technology
With its three-day Conference, LOPEC, the international exhibition for printed electronics, is bridging the gap between science and industry.
Take off with printed electronics – Interview with Airbus
Low weight, no need for cables and highly automated manufacturing of fully customized components: Printed electronics offers many advantages for the aviation industry.
OE-A members meet in Munich, Germany to discuss latest developments in the organic and printed electronics industry
During OE-A’s Annual General Assembly and Meeting on March 18, OE-A members will visit IBM Watson IoT Headquarter
Experience the manufacturing process of printed electronics in real life
Visit the Demo Line at LOPEC 2019 and take an electronic dice with you
Smart clothing: Multifunctional thanks to printed electronics
Fashion designers are expanding their range to include printed electronics. They design innovative garments that are not only beautiful and comfortable, but also think for themselves. Visitors of LOPEC 2019 will experience what is already possible today and how e-textiles are going to enrich our everyday lives in the future.

Printed Electronics
Printed electronics enables the production of flexible and large-area components and complements silicon electronics. Ultrathin, lightweight, robust and economical to manufacture: these key features distinguish organic and printed electronics from traditional semiconductor technologies.
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