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|OE-A Demonstrator: Interactive poster with sensors to control integrated light and sound effects|
More and more products and numerous industries - from consumer
electronics to the automotive industry - are now incorporating organic and
printed electronics, and investments are being made in production capacity
worldwide. At LOPE-C, the leading international conference and exhibition,
more than 100 exhibitors will be displaying the newest developments
and applications from June 19th to 21st in Munich, Germany.
Organic and printed electronics enable new
applications and are opening new future market opportunities to established industries.
"Numerous products that are based on this new technology are being introduced to the
market: ultrathin OLED TVs and luminaires, touch screens, antennas and user
interfaces in vehicles, intelligent packaging and interactive print products," says
Dr. Stephan Kirchmeyer, Chairman of the OE-A and Head of the Business Unit
Functional Coatings at Heraeus Precious Metals GmbH & Co. KG. "Increasingly,
hybrid products which combine printed electronics and classical electronic components
are being generated. This is an excellent sign: organic and printed electronics is
gradually becoming an established technology."
Applications in Focus: Demo-Line Shows Production at the Trade Show
Applications and products are the focus of LOPE-C 2012 (Large-area, Organic and
Printed Electronics Convention) which is taking place from June 19th to 21st in the
ICM of the Messe Munich. With over 100 exhibitors and more than 180 conference
presentations, LOPE-C is the leading international market place for the industry."For
the first time at a trade fair, we will be exhibiting live production processes at a Demo
Center, and the attendees can experience them in hands-on sessions," says Wolfgang
Mildner, General Chair of LOPE-C and Managing Director, PolyIC GmbH & Co. KG.
OE-A is Showing Applications of the Future - Demonstrator Competition
Numerous new applications will be exhibited at the OE-A booth. These were designed
on the occasion of the annual OE-A Demonstrator Competition, and they illustrate the
creative powers of innovation within the industry as well as their manifold potential
uses. Interactive advertisements, driver assistance sensors for automobiles, electronic
notepads, biosensors and numerous medical applications are just a few examples.
Additional Information and photos: www.oe-a.org and www.lope-c.com
About OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association)
The OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) was founded in December 2004 and is the leading international industry association for organic and printed electronics. The OE-A represents the entire value chain of this emerging industry. Our members are world-class global companies and institutions, ranging from R&D institutes, component and material suppliers to producers and end-users. More than 190 companies from Europe, North America, Asia and Australia are working together to promote the establishment of a competitive production infrastructure for organic and printed electronics. The vision of the OE-A is to build a bridge between science, technology and application. The OE-A is a working group within the German Engineering Federation (VDMA). More than 3,000 member companies from the engineering industry make VDMA the largest industry association in Europe.
The OE-A and Messe Munich International are the hosts of the premier international conference and exhibition, LOPE-C – the Large-area, Organic and Printed Electronics Convention, which addresses end-users, engineers, manufacturers, and investors. LOPE-C 2012 will be held June 19-21, 2012 at ICM, Messe Munich, Germany.
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For additional information,
Dr. Klaus Hecker, Managing Director OE-A (Tel.: +49-69-6603-1336, )
OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association)
A working group within VDMA
Lyoner Str. 18
Phone:+49-69 6603 1737
Fax:+49-69 6603 2737
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