IDTechEx Show! - Connecting Emerging Technologies With Global Brands

10.04. 2017 | News
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Europe's Most Important Event on Emerging Technologies The IDTechEx Show! will host 200 exhibitors and over 3,000 people in Berlin on 10 & 11 May.

The event will cover the latest innovations in the fields of wearable technology, printed electronics, sensors, 3D printing, IoT, electric vehicles and energy harvesting. Co-locating these topics at one event brings together emerging technologies developers with their customers.

The big brand all-star speaker line up, comprising of over 225 speakers from around the world, features organisations such as ARM, JC Decaux, Jaguar Land Rover, GSK, Fiat, The Coca-Cola Company, Google, Rolls Royce, Mitsubishi, Ricoh, Sharp, Siemens and Daimler and many more will present on their needs and latest technology breakthroughs. Session tracks include structural electronics, 3D printed electronics, wearable technology in healthcare, e-textiles, connected vehicles, flexible displays and much more.

From a Tesla car and the champion solar powered racing car on display from the Nuon team, to companies exhibiting the latest material advancements, the full supply chain is represented in the exhibition.

The event has a hands-on theme with areas in the exhibition from Apparel Zone - showcasing apparel items featuring wearable technology - to Launchpad - featuring live demonstrations of innovative and emerging products from early stage companies - to the latest devices shown by exhibitors from skin patches to flexible displays.

The event is analyst lead, run by IDTechEx which provides both research and events on emerging technologies. It therefore covers the hottest sectors, with analyst presentations covering what is not taking off and why. In addition, IDTechEx analysts help attendees with their enquiries including facilitating networking, making this a valuable business development opportunity.

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