Printed electronics at the service of your electronic developments
GenesInk headquarters, Rousset France, April 26th.
Traditional electronics has reached the technical limits to allow the development of ever smaller and more efficient systems. Some limits still remain difficult to overcome for electronics, especially the issues related to circuits flexibility and their weight.
The emergence of printed electronics makes it possible to go beyond these limits by proposing the realization of electronic applications on flexible or 3D media. The use of these flexible supports reduces the weight of the systems while providing high flexibility to the circuits. The applications of printed electronics are diverse: IoT, OPV, OLED, antennas, …
GenesInk partners with Cap’Tronic to organize a technical workshop around the solutions provided by printed electronics. This workshop aims to familiarize attendees with the world of printed electronics by presenting the state of the art, techniques implemented with their applications, with a demonstration session: from prototyping to the series. Presentations will also provide an industrial vision of the possibilities and future developments of printed electronics.
The day will be divided into two parts:
• A morning of lectures with interventions by experts in the field of printed electronics
• An afternoon of silk screen printing demonstration at the GenesInk offices.