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Printed Electronics Products and Solutions

Printed Electronics at drupa 2016
After the topic of printed electronics at drupa received a great deal of interest and attention in 2012, this path-breaking future technology will again be prominently represented within the scope of drupa 2016. Especially at dip!, the drupa innovation park in Hall 7.0 as well as in Hall 6, partner associations and renowned exhibitors will present their products, solutions and applications from this field.

Best cases and prestigious lecture series on the subject of printed electronics are also offered at drupa cube, the central event stage in Hall 6, through the leading industry association OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) as well as ESMA, Association of European Manufacturers of screen printing equipment and supplies.

In addition, OE-A and ESMA, in joint cooperation with their member companies, also present the latest trends and developments of this cross-section technology at their own trade fair stands in Hall 6 or Hall 7a at dip!


Printed electronics technologies and products
at drupa 2012

  • Printing technologies
  • OLEDs
  • Displays
  • RFID tags
  • Sensors (temperatur, pressure sensors etc.)

Visitor target groups

  • Print service providers
  • Marketing, advertising and PR
  • Publishing and media management
  • Paper processing and packaging

Exhibitors groups

  • Printing process and machinery
  • Print processing
  • Paper processing and packaging
  • Printed materials

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PEPSO Global is the new information platform for printed and organic electronics. Inform yourself about the newest trends and developments concerning printed electronics in the glass and solar industry, medical technology, retail technology, plastics industry and printing technology.

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