Discussing printed electronics
Experts from all areas of expertise will discuss and analyze the latest technological developmements at the LOPEC panel discussion.
During the roundtable discussion, scientific and business experts will discuss capabilities, challenges and market potential. Which new developments have potential, and which trends are pioneering? They will try to answer these and other questions in the panel discussion.
Participating experts come from all parts of the industry and represent the entire value chain—from material research and processes to applications in various branches of industry.
Panel discussion 2020
The exact date and time of the panel discussion as well as the topics and names of the speakers will be made available here in January 2020.
|Review: Panel discussion 2019|
Structural electronics promises a new approach to integrating electronics into vehicle designs. This panel discussion looks at the varied application opportunities available for electronics in this automotive future, as well as some of the key challenges to achieving commercial success in the automotive space. Experts from structural electronics developers, the electronics industry, and vehicle manufacturers will be discussing their views on this exciting area of change.
Key discussion topics included:
- Current capabilities in 3D printed electronics/structural electronics
- What are the main drivers of technology development and new design in automotive?
- What are the most promising developments and concepts in technology for the automotive industry?
- Varied application opportunities available for electronics in the automotive future
- Key challenges to achieving commercial success in the automotive space
The LOPEC Panel Discussion took place on March 20, 2019, from 15:00-15:45 at the LOPEC Forum.
Moderator: Dan Rogers, Head of Publishing at Smithers Apex
Panel discussion participants 2019:
Hardware Development Engineer, Electronic & Infotainment, MAN Truck & Bus, Germany
Managing Director, Neotech AMT GmbH, Germany
Head of product management, PolyIC, Germany
Dr.-Ing. Ingo Kriebitzsch
Institute for Factory Automation and Production Systems, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany