David Remon, project manager, Libelium, will be taking part in the Matchmaking event hosted by the Watify initiative. Join us at Hall 3 – Networking Area, Wednesday, Oct 3, from 12:00 to 13:15 to learn why 3D printed electronics represents a sector ripe with opportunities for investment.
— DIATOMIC (@DiatomicEU) October 3, 2017
3D PRINTED ELECTRONICS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
As additive manufacturing goes mainstream, it is increasingly possible to manufacture fully functional electromechanical parts, opening the door to innovative new possibilities in electronics design, production, and use. In addition, conformal – stretchable electronics can already be embedded in fitness trackers, smart apparel, and skin patches—as well as applications in complex supply chains that require on-demand manufacturing and mass customization. Analysts predict that 3D-printed electronics is likely to be the next high-growth application for product innovation.