On March 22, at 11 a.m. EST, Dr. Harry Zervos, Principal Analyst at IDTechEx, will present key market forecasts drawn from IDTechEx’s new report, “Printed and Flexible Electronics in Automotive Applications 2016-2026.”

The total market for flexible and printed electronics in automotive applications is expected to reach US$5.5 billion by 2026, spearheaded by significant growth expected by OLED displays and lighting as well as in-mould electronics applications.

This webinar will focus on these, along with other technologies that benefit from additive processing and flexibility in form factor and will include advances in printed sensors, haptics, thin film photovoltaics and others.

Topics covered will include:

  • Market forecasts for printed electronics in vehicles
  • Mature markets
  • Fast growing opportunities
  • Opportunities in the long term
  • Conclusions

A Q&A session will take place after Dr. Zervos’s presentation.

This webinar is free for all Members of the CPEIA and the CME. Click here to register.

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