April 20, IT World Canada: Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) and sensors are likely to be the primary drivers of economic growth in the printable, flexible, and wearable electronics industry over the next decade, according to a veteran industry consultant.

Harry Zervos, a principal analyst with emerging technology research firm IDTechEx, made his case to both industry colleagues and the media today during a presentation at the 2016 Canadian Printable, Flexible, Wearable Electronics Symposium (CPES2016), which was held at the Oakville, Ont. campus of Sheridan College.

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