Flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE) is the toolbox for building, not just the Internet of Things, but the Internet of Everything.
Compared to conventional electronics, FHE enables you to add new smart features to ordinary objects such as connectivity to phone or the internet, sensors, displays, energy storage and energy harvesting.
FHE represents a new set of manufacturing methods such as 2D large area printable electronics, flexible integrated circuits, 3D printable electronics for multi-layer PCBs, adding electronics to 3D objects, in-mould electronics, smart textiles and more.
What can FHE add to your bottom line? As a developer, manufacturer, integrator or end user, why should you pursue opportunities in this area?
The course reviews the supply chain, from materials, to components and systems developed using such applications. It will differentiate between and cover in-market technologies and evolving R&D solutions with in-market solutions as the emphasis.
Videos, case studies, use cases and physical samples will be incorporated in the materials to match the various learning styles of the participants. Small group exercises and interactive discussions will focus on exploring the needs and opportunities of the participants for different applications.
You’ll also gain access to the EPTECH trade show floor during your two-hour lunch time, offering you the perfect blend of targeted learning and networking!