As an innovation driver for printed electronics, LOPEC has developed a new format to provide new impetus for the industry, even during the event-free period. The LOPEC impulse online platform supplements the existing offerings of LOPEC Exhibition and Conference with regular expert panels and presentations.
Now exhibitors and visitors have the opportunity to gather and exchange information about trend topics in printed electronics all year round. In terms of content, LOPEC impulse follows the proven LOPEC principle—from research to application. The virtual panel discussions will focus, among other things, on the current focus topics of LOPEC: Smart Living and Mobility.
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In the second edition of the new online platform, our moderated expert panel will focus on the topic of Mobility. This is not only about printed electronics in the automobile and automotive industry, but also about future-oriented perspectives for the aerospace industry. Increased compactness, reduced weight, improved usability and functionality, and extended design options are some of the possibilities that printed electronics brings to the automotive and aerospace industries.
New process options are brought into play to provide for better technical integration capabilities, and printed electronics is playing a critical role. Last but not least, even the costs can be reduced. Hybrid approaches combining conventional electronics and printed electronics deliver constructive solutions.
Thursday, September 10, 2020, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. CEST
Wolfgang Mildner, Founder and CEO of MSW & General Chair LOPEC
Ashutosh Tomar, Principal Engineer (Research), Smart Surfaces, Structural and Flexible Electronics, Emerging and Enabling Technologies, Jaguar Land Rover
Development of Printable electronics in automotive
Dr. Erhard Barho, Head of Functional Surface Solutions, Contintental AG
Paving the way towards a fully integrated HMI for automotive
Jan Fröhlich, Institute for Factory Automation and Production Systems, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Creating a new passenger experience through electrically functionalized cabin elements
The expert presentations will be followed by an open Q&A and discussion session.
The first edition of the new online platform was a moderated expert panel on the focus topic of Smart Living. The panel focused on integrated sensors that enrich our everyday life.
A summary and the recording of the first web seminar is available here.