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Printed Force Sensors - Proven Technology with Limitless Potential

Printed Force Sensors - Proven Technology with Limitless Potential

In today’s market, microelectromechanical systems and nanotech are used in a diverse range of applications, and their flexibility is essential, particularly regarding electrochemical sensors in the wearables market. Their production can vary, along with the various attributes.

In this webinar, the limitless potential of printed force sensors is explored by three market-leading figures who will outline the technology of printed or flexible fabrics as well as some of the commercialization opportunities and challenges that the industry faces.

Each speaker offers an overview of the industry as a whole. From an industry and market perspective, Roger Grace provides insight into printed sensing technology. Rob Podoloff will share some background on the realization of printed sensors as well as answer some of the most frequently asked technical questions regarding the device.

Finally, Edward Haidar will outline some of the different use cases of printed force sensors in OEM applications.

Key Topics

  • Introduction to Printed Sensor Technology: market trends, commercialization, high-volume opportunities
  • A brief history of Printed Force Sensing Technology
  • FAQ on Printed Force Sensors
  • Four real-world OEM applications of Printed Force Sensors 


  • Roger Grace: President of Roger Grace Associates. Roger has over 35 years of experience in the sensors market, focusing on microelectromechanical systems (MEMs) and nanotechnology. 

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