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LOPEC exhibitors, such as InnovationLab, show how versatile and revolutionary printed electronics can be in medical applications (photo: InnovationLab)

From ultra-thin sensors that monitor body functions to lab-on-a-chip for quick tests at the patient’s bedside: Printed electronic components expand the possibilities of medical diagnostics. LOPEC, the leading international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry in Munich, will provide information about new developments in that area from 19 to 21 March 2019.

 
3D structural electronics will play a major role at LOPEC 2019 (photo: Messe München)

Whether it is sensors, lights or displays: More and more electronic components in the automotive sector are being printed. And there are no limits to the design. From 19 to 21 March 2019, LOPEC in Munich will provide information about new developments and trends on the market for printed electronics. One focus of the international exhibition and the accompanying conference will be on applications in the automotive industry.

 
LOPEC and the OE-A will showcase the opportunities in printed electronics at electronica (photo: Messe München)

In November, the world of electronics comes together in Munich, Germany, at electronica, the world's leading exhibition and conference for electronics. LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry, will also be represented at the event and present the current state of the technology together with the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association). During the afternoon of two exhibition days, the PCB Marketplace Forum will be dedicated to printed electronics. A comprehensive overview of the entire value chain in this industry will be presented by LOPEC in Munich—the next edition taking place from 19 to 21 March 2019.

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