Free Webinar Conductive Inks: Trends to Watch in 2017 (February 21, 2017)

Free Webinar Conductive Inks: Trends to Watch in 2017 (February 21, 2017)

The free Webinar is held by Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Research Director, IDTechEx

The conductive ink industry is still in search of the next big thing. Indeed, the prevalent strategy is now to have as broad a product portfolio as possible, seeding multiple nascent markets, garnering as much as customer feedback as possible, and establishing value networks early on. In this webinar we will discuss the latest developments in the following sectors whilst outlining the latest product/material innovations:

  • In-mould electronics (IME)
  • Printed transparent conductive films
  • EMI shielding
  • Electronic textile (e-textiles)
  • Conformable printing
  • Printed transistors and memory
  • Automotive
  • Touch screen edge electronic
  • Photovoltaics (PV)
  • Stretchable inks beyond electronic textiles
  • 3D printed electronics (3DPE)
  • Printing PCB
  • Large-area LED lighting arrays
  • Large-area sensing arrays

For more on conductive inks see the IDTechEx Research report “Conductive Ink Markets 2016-2026: Forecasts, Technologies, Players”

We will be holding exactly the same webinar twice in one day. Please register for whichever session is most convenient for you.

Please note that your details may be shared with our sponsors.

Date: Tuesday 21 February 2017
Duration: 30 minutes plus 10 minutes for Q&A

Webinar #1: Europe & Asia-Pacific
9:30am (GMT) London
10:30am (GMT +1) Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome
11:30am (GMT +2) Athens, Jerusalem, Moscow
4:30pm (GMT +7) Bangkok
5:30pm (GMT+8) Singapore, Taipei, Beijing
6:30pm (GMT+9) Tokyo, Seoul
8:30pm (GMT+11) Canberra
Register for #1 here

Webinar #2: Americas
9:00am (Pacific ST) USA & Canada
10:00am (Mountain ST) USA & Canada
11:00am (Central ST) USA & Canada
12:00noon (Eastern ST) USA & Canada
5:00pm (GMT) London
Register for #2 here

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