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During the LOPEC trade show in Munich, the OE-A will present a new roadmap. More than 250 experts have contributed to the sixth edition. It describes the progress organic and printed electronics has made in recent years and ventures a look into the future. OE-A experts have analyzed all previously existing applications and technologies and, based on that, formulated the latest trends in the industry. But they also found out what the biggest challenges are. The Roadmap Summary Article is available at the OE-A booth.

During the LOPEC trade show in Munich, the OE-A will present a new roadmap. More than 250 experts have contributed to the sixth edition. It describes the progress organic and printed electronics has made in recent years and ventures a look into the future. OE-A experts have analyzed all previously existing applications and technologies and, based on that, formulated the latest trends in the industry. But they also found out what the biggest challenges are. The Roadmap Summary Article is available at the OE-A booth. There will also be information on the state of the industry of printed electronics in general. During LOPEC, the third OE-A Business Climate Survey will be presented.

 

For more information about the topic of organic and printed electronics, prototypes, and products, please visit the OE-A booth at LOPEC, March 4/5, 2015, ICM, B0, Booth 416. The Innovation Showcase opposite the OE-A booth will also be displaying examples of printed electronics. Osram, for example, will be showing an OLED rear light for cars. Plastic Logic will be presenting a thin, flexible display in the shape of a bracelet which acts as a Smart Watch. Other exhibits will be coming from the consumer electronics, smart textiles, and packaging areas.

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