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Meet VTTs experts at LOPEC 2017

29/03/2017 09:00 - 30/03/2017 16:00 Munich, Germany / stand 501

​Unleashing the possibilities of wearable and health technology

Wearable technology is already mainstream with hi-tech functionality sports trackers, headsets, watches, glasses and clothing, but emerging need is to turn wearable data into health insight that goes beyond simple recording and reporting.

At VTT we are on a mission to develop wearable technologies to overcome challenges of form, function and integration. We offer a range of services for seamless physical and digital integration as well as for sophisticated data analysis. Printed and hybrid manufacturing enables ultra thin and flexible form factor for very rugged integrated designs. You can benefit from our unique roll-to-roll printed and hybrid pilot production environments that can be used to proof upscaling of manufacturing process.

With our expertise in health monitoring, human data analysis and applications as well as electronics and software design to embedded and cloud software, we are able to develop complete IoT systems that enable smarter decisions for health and wellbeing.

We are delighted to invite you to visit our booth 501 at LOPEC 2017 in Munich, Germany

Come and see our latest product demonstrators in action, and discuss how we could help your business to take advantage of our groundbreaking technologies for wearable and health industry!

To book a private meeting with us during LOPEC 2017, please contact

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Looking forward to unleashing the possibilities of wearable and health technology with you at LOPEC 2017!

VTT presenters at LOPEC Conference

29.3.2017 @ 15:40 - 16:00 Room 14a
Session: Printing, Patterning and Equipment III / Publishing your Research
Dr. Ari Alastalo
Roll-to-roll processing of thin-film-transistor circuits

29.3.2017 @ 17:00 - 17:20 Room 13a
Session: Upscaling production and manufacturing processes
Dr. Marja Vilkman
Roll-to-roll methods for producing electrodes for flexible electronics

Read more about our digital health and wearable technology services  >