Printed Electronics is one of the fastest growing technology fields in the world. But what are and will be the technological enablers for the promised rapid growth? What are the real risks and opportunities for your company?
In Printed Electronics, 2D & 2.5D based technologies such as Roll-to-Roll or are well-established. Fueled by the dynamics of Additive Manufacturing, new technologies such as multi-component and multi-material 3D printing have been developed and successfully tested – further will follow. New technological developments in the field of Printed Electronics open up completely new approaches in component design, making it possible to combine electrical functionalization with the geometrical design freedom of Additive Manufacturing.
In cooperation with experts from research and industry like the Fraunhofer IPT and KI Lüdenscheid, KEX Knowledge Exchange will start the consortium project “Printed Electronics”, which focuses on future trends and developments of Printed Electronics technologies. KEX Knowledge Exchange already conducted three successfull consortium projects regarding the Additive Manufacturing topic with the participation of over 80 renowned international companies.
In the consortium project we will provide you a detailed onverview on all trends and technologies for Printed Electronics and give you full technological and economic transparency on relevant business cases. We aim to get answers to these and many other questions:
Creating economic and technological transparency regarding current performance and future developments of Printed Electronics technologies
Exploring and analyzing market and technology trends and possible game-changing business models
Promoting valuable exchange and networking between the most relevant international industry partners
What are underlying cost structures of established or competing technologies?
What effect do they have on current and prospective Business Cases?
The consortium project...
Generating an overview on the status-quo of technologies and market applications as well as relevant trends.
Providing detailed information on selected applications regarding technological opportunities and market potential.
Deriving comprehensive business cases on selected highlight applications and generation of "transition guideline" to implement the selected solutions.
Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT
ACAM Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing GmbH