Together with our partners Minalogic and OES, we are proud to announce a series of online sessions bringing SMEs, Midcaps, Labs and RTOs together around Flexible & Wearable Electronics (FWE) Business Opportunities.
Flexible& Wearable Electronics have enormous potential, from healthcare to automotive to textiles, and the business possibilities are endless.
Cooperation and networking are essential to get the tech just right, and to bring viable products to (new) markets.
In three sessions spread across January and March 2021, we invite you to
meet with potential partners through
visionary key notes
pitching sessions (possibilities as well as challenges)
Members: Apply to pitch your tech or your application!
We’re currently offering spots to pitch to DSP Valley members only. If you think you have a can’t-miss pitch, feel free to get in touch via email: jane.judge[at]dspvalley.com
Flexible & wearable electronics (FWE) in healthcare is a combination with a bright future, in part because of the many combinations of possibilities between the two domains.
Personalized medicine, medical devices, digital medicine, diagnostics, and therapeutics are all robust trends within the healthcare industry. They all promise fertile ground in which to bring the digital and electronic together. By one estimate, the market size for flexible electronics in healthcare will exceed $8.3 billion by 2030.
Whether we’re discussing creating medical devices with flexible electronics inside them, or matching flexible electronic technology to digital applications in the healthcare sector, there are many ways the two sectors offer each other fruitful collaboration.
At the start of December 2020, Flemish newspaper De Standaard included a special look at innovation in the region.
As part of the campaign, DSP Valley spoke with Media Planet about the importance of networking to digital innovation. CEO Dieter Therssen explained DSP Valley’s philosophy and the benefits networking brings.
“Innovation is never the work of a single company, but often arises from a combination of existing data or products. That implies that you need several companies to realize innovative developments. A good network is one of the key factors for successful innovation.”
At DSP Valley, we work toward business development in a collaborative spirit, leveraging networks to benefit entire markets and ecosystems. As Dieter put it, “Our biggest challenge is the translation of the technology to the industry. DSP Valley tries to play a role in this. Several things are needed: you need technology, you need people with the talent to convert that technology, you need money, but you also need a network to bring companies together around good ideas.”
Flexlines will be organising a last webinar on December 10. At this Closing Event the Flexlines team will be glad to give you an overview of the highlights of the project. Every project partner will present the milestones that have been reached the passed 3 years.
The Flexlines consortium has developed a pilot line and ‘one-stop-shop’ for the realisation of flexible electronics prototypes. Our team will also put a light on the improvement of TFT performance, on thermoforming and injection moulding, on design issues,…
Flexlines is a consortium of research and academic partners and a cluster organization. We want to develop and coordinate the individual links in the Flexible Electronics value chain: processes and infrastructure for design and production. The aim of our project is to build a state-of-the-art but stable pilot line and then set up a one-stop-shop for the realization of Flexible Electronics prototypes
Flexlines unites different players providing access to new Flexible Electronics technologies through one-stop-shop concepts in order to accelerate the design, development, and uptake of advanced applications in Flexible & Wearable Electronics.
How do inventors make the difficult step from a proof of concept or a first physical prototype to a minimal viable product? Learn more at From Idea to Industry. Bits&Chips is organizing the first edition of the conference in Eindhoven on 7 October 2020. DSP Valley is a partner of this event.
250€ – 400€ Special discount for DSP Valley members
DSP Valley is once again partnering with Bits & Chips of the second edition of the Machine Learning Conference. On 23 September 2020, the Verkadefabriek in ‘s-Hertogenbosch will be the place to gain knowledge on machine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence. The conference program focuses on the application of Machine Learning techniques in the high tech industry. Hear from fellow DSP Valley members Edgise, UGent, & Verhaert, plus many other great speakers.
325€ DSP Valley members can register at a discount