Whether it is occupancy sensors, heating elements in seats, printed antennas or OLED taillights: The use of flexible, organic and printed electronics is increasingly market standard in the automotive industry.
As the world attempts to move towards a carbon-free economy, growing attention is being paid to the potential of both energy savings and energy generation in buildings.
Whether it is smartphones, wearables or televisions: In consumer electronics, printed electronics are changing the appearance and functionalities of solutions and products.
Flexible, organic and printed electronics are one of the key enabling technologies for healthcare in general, with remote patient monitoring and point-of-care devices being key application areas.
Tickets that automatically debit the ticket price, magazines and posters that are equipped with lighting effects and sensor technology or that can be designed interactively.