As a key player in Printed Electronics solutions with a tailor-made service, VFP Ink Technologies presented its last innovations during LOPEC 2019 show Strong interest across all industries
Sensors for medical applications, smart textiles and OLEDs for the automotive industry: numerous industries rely on printed and flexible electronics in their innovation process. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, which took place in Munich, Germany, reflects this trend. Science and industry provided important stimuli to the subject of mobility with the future topic of 3D structural electronics. VFP Ink Technologies participates in this event and was pleased to meet exceptional visitors with various projects.
Science and industry provided important stimuli to the subject of mobility with the future topic of 3D structural electronics The automotive industry is the largest market and growth driver for flexible and printed electronics. From displays and touch surfaces seamlessly integrated into the interior to self-darkening windows to new lighting and heating concepts: printed electronics is playing an increasingly important role in the vehicles of the future, whether in electric or driverless cars. Klaus Hecker, Managing Director of OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association): “More and more applications with printed electronics are already being realized and mass-produced. 3D structural electronics proved to be one of the most important future trends in the automotive sector.
LOPEC 2019 in numbers
Over the three days, more than 2,700 participants from 44 countries came to Munich. This is an increase of around 15 percent compared to the previous year. 51 percent of the participants came from abroad. LOPEC has thus reaffirmed its status as the globally leading trade fair. The strongest visitor countries besides Germany were Great Britain, France and Austria.