Conference aims to deliver inside track on commercializing FHE in IoT
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CPES2019 conference and trade show exhibition for flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE) is coming to Bromont QC this month
Members of the electronics industry seeking to explore all facets of flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE) should be on hand at this year’s CPES2019 conference, which puts specific focus on flexible, 2D and 3D printable, wearable, stretchable, smart textiles and flex-integrated circuit technologies, software and applications.
The conference and trade show exhibition, presented by intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance, takes place from May 16-17 at Domaine Chateau-Bromont, in Bromont, Que. The event will feature 150-plus expected integrators, industrial companies and researchers for can’t-miss networking, technical updates and ecosystem connections crucial for commercializing FHE technology in Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
The event features 20-plus industry-leading speakers from business, research, and academia, along with a panel discussion on better ways to facilitate collaboration between industry and academia. Speakers hail from organizations such as Geotab, the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, Sunray Scientific, FUJIFILM Dimatix, Jones Packaging, APMA, McMaster University, the University of Guelph, and many others.
Smart supply chain, IoT ecosystem AI and security, scaling-up
Speaking topics include smart supply chain applications, IoT ecosystem AI and security, scaling-up aerospace and automotive applications, next-gen FHE materials and more. View the CPES2019 Program for a rundown of all the speakers, exhibitors, startup pitch sessions and more.
The trade show portion of the event will feature exhibitors such as Brilliant Matters, CERADROP, CMC Microsystems, Finetech, GGI Solutions, Heraeus, NovaCentrix, Cicor Group and the National Research Council of Canada, which will demonstrate new technologies from their tabletop displays.
The event includes sponsors such as Varitron, C2MI, Xenon, the NSERC Green Electronics Network and Sheridan College’s Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies for the two-day event, which also features tours of C2MI’s new advanced manufacturing centre for scale-up manufacturing.
The conference will also feature Innovation Awards in the categories of Women in STEM and Business Icon of the Year.
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