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The Future of Electronics RESHAPED 2022

OCT 2022
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Farida Bensadoun

AB InBev

Farida Bensadoun

Global Packaging Innovations Engineer

AB InBev
Panel Discussion

Helen Kardan

ASML

Helen Kardan

Senior Manager Strategic Development

ASML
From One Small Step Made In Veldhoven, To One Giant Leap For Mankind

A look into Semiconductor industry and the role of lithography in that.

José Rafael Silva

Adapttech

José Rafael Silva

Embedded Systems Engineer

Adapttech
Wearable medical gait sensors: the role of printed flexible electronics

INSIGHT Sense generates a 3D model utilizing new By-Measurement technologies to create a digital copy of the patient's socket that enables the analysis of objective data that shows the pressure map of the residual limb, both in static and dynamic acquisitions.

Peter Willaert

Agfa

Peter Willaert

Product Manager Printed Electronics

Agfa

Up your Silver Performance - the USPs of Agfa PRELECT Silver Inks

Agfa PRELECT Sintering silver inks are developed to offer significant advantages over standard PTF inks, as they will get you more conductivity out of the silver they contain. On top of that, PRELECT screen-, inkjet and spray coating inks offer finer features and thinner layers, and they enable digital workflows in Printed Electronics applications, as we will show in this talk.

Dennis Hahn

Airbus

Dennis Hahn

Project Leader Printed Electrics

Airbus
The Printed Future of Cabin Electronics

Marco Galiazzo

Applied Materials

Marco Galiazzo

R&D manager

Applied Materials
Advanced Screen-Printing: A Study to Entirely Manufacture a Medical Sensor by Screen-Printing

Developments in electronics and sensors have demonstrated the ability to manufacture wearable devices to remotely monitor human health in real-time at reasonable cost. A wide variety of smart sensors are now available, both on rigid and flexibRecentle substrates, to monitor the health and well-being of patients suffering from chronic illnesses. We’ve used our advanced screen-printing capabilities to manufacture medical devices: in particular, we studied and developed the realization of medical sensors entirely by screen printing. Thanks also to the constant improvements of the screen-printing ecosystem (paste, screen, equipment), enabling high processing yields and throughput, manufacturing of such devices by screen printing technology was proven to be a cost-efficient solution, compared to conventional microfabrication techniques, for mass manufacturing of healthcare devices.

Fujito Yamaguchi

Asahi Kasei Corp

Fujito Yamaguchi

Chief of Product Development

Asahi Kasei Corp
Anti-counterfeit solution that applies high-definition printing technology

Asahi Kasei has been developing high-definition R2R printing technology using seamless roll mold (SRM). As a result, we have succeeded in seamlessly high-speed printing of continuous patterns at a resolution on the order of nm from several μm in R2R printing. On the day, we will explain a new business solution (Anti-counterfeit solution) that applies this R2R high-definition printing technology. Furthermore, as another application example, "UnPad", which is the product vision we have been advocating for a long time.
"A world where people can interact with data through a set of interconnected sensors, actuators, computing and storage devices"
As an example of embodying this, we will also introduce a touchless pointing device jointly developed with TNO Holst Center.

Pierre Ball

BeLink Solutions

Pierre Ball

Sales & Marketing Director

BeLink Solutions
Innovative in-mold and hybrid electronics with direct PCB-on-film integration: a cost-effective way to create smart plastics solutions

This presentation will highlight the key principles of innovation in printed electronics by BeLink Solutions along 3 axes:
Equipment
Materials
Processes
Replacing incumbent technologies is usually challenging, but hybrid electronics technologies are opening up new solution and design areas that are driving the migration and expansion of the market from conventional electronics to the printed electronics market.
Here we will not only address sensors and traces based on well-known conductive screen-printing techniques, but more importantly how to integrate any variety of SMT components and packages (BGA, fine pitch) with direct PCB-on-film integration.
In other words, how to bridge the gap between both technologies (conventional and printed electronics) to foster new designs in 2D and 3D electronics?

Adam M. Scotch

Brewer Science

Adam M. Scotch

Director of R&D, Smart Devices

Brewer Science
Mass-Deployable Printed Electronics for Air and Water Quality Measurements

Brewer Science's vision is to design, build, and deploy connected gas and water sensors that monitor environmental contaminants on a large scale. For the last 10 years, Brewer Science has developed the technology to print cost-effective sensors that can measure contaminants in water, such as heavy metals (lead, cadmium), nitrate, and arsenic, as well as sensors that assess air quality by measuring gases like carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and oxygen. Producing low-cost sensors with low-power electronics and wireless communication will enable the deployment of sensors over vast areas for real-time monitoring of environmental conditions.

Nicolas Bouchard

Brilliant Matters

Nicolas Bouchard

Business Development Associate

Brilliant Matters
Sustainable advanced materials platform unlocking the lab-to-fab transition in printed electronics.

Printed electronics are bringing to life the vision of manufacturing advanced flexible electronics devices in a scalable, cost-effective, and sustainable way. Organic semiconductors, which can be formulated as inks and then printed under ambient conditions, are poised to unlock even more disruptive applications in printed electronics. The tunability of these carbon-based materials allows them to achieve key performance and processing metrics in various applications. This presentation will outline how Brilliant Matters provides added value to projects in printed electronics by offering a unique scale-up platform for environmentally-conscious advanced materials such as organic semiconductors with applications in printed electronics. Highlighted technologies include energy harvesting, light sensing, and low-power displays.