“Each run of the OE-A Competition shows us anew the great potential of flexible, organic, and printed electronics. From prototypes to close-to-market products, we are very excited to receive your ingenious projects for the OE-A Competition 2023,” says Dr Klaus Hecker, managing director of OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), an international working group within VDMA.
The signs are set for growth in the flexible, organic, and printed electronics industry. This is the clear message from the latest business climate survey conducted by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), with 86 percent of the survey participants expecting the industry to continue its positive development in 2022. “We have seen that innovation has continued through the pandemic, and our members throughout the supply chain and product cycle are looking forward to positive near-term growth,” summarises Stan Farnsworth, chair of the OE-A board and chief marketing officer of NovaCentrix, regarding the results of the latest OE-A Business Climate Survey for the international press at LOPEC 2022 in Munich, Germany.
How can printed electronics be useful for monitoring sleeping babies or to support people who lost their leg? And what role can printed electronics components play for the gaming world? The answers to these exciting questions will be given at LOPEC 2022, the international platform for printed electronics, from 22-24 March live at ICM, Messe München.