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Discover new capabilities for printed electronics at SGIA's Symposium

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Fairfax, Virginia - 2011 Printed Electronics and Membrane Switch Symposium speaker Tim Merrifield, president of Cubbison, joins SGIA in San Jose, California, June 14-16, to discuss how the latest technology developments can help launch your business to a new level.

"The printed electronics industry has great potential for new markets and new products, and the SGIA Symposium offers the best mix of "real world, right now" information, plus a glimpse of what is on the horizon," said Merrifield.

In his hard-hitting presentation, "Implementing New Print and Design Methodologies for New Applications," Merrifield will discuss the process of growing the capabilities and application limits of a precision printing company. He also will present necessary changes to help expand your printed electronics and membrane switch business.

In addition to this in-depth presentation, the Symposium offers critical networking opportunities, eye-opening exhibitor showcases, and two full days of educational sessions. Session topics focus on a wide range of printed electronic sectors, including:
- Membrane switches         
- RFID            
- Printed sensors           
- Printed electroluminescent applications            
- And more             

For more information about the 2011 SGIA Printed Electronics and Membrane Switch Symposium and to register, visit SGIA.org, Keyword: PEMS.

 

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