Automotive Interiors Expo exhibitors represent the A-Z of car interiors. The show is meant especially for Tier 1 suppliers as well as for interior design teams from car manufacturers wanting to keep up with the rapidly changing world of materials, finishes and technologies that contribute to ‘touch and feel’.
CTO & Co-Founder, Dr. Antti Keränen is chairing the conference session on Wednesday 21, Hall 5.
His presentation is at 11:50.
Injection Molded Structural Electronics for multifunctional smart surfaces
TactoTek Injection Molded Structural Electronics (IMSE) is a revolutionary technology that changes the way automotive interiors are designed and built. It is a solution that integrates printed electronics (circuitry, sensors, and antennas) and discrete electronic components (LEDs, ICs, etc.) inside of thin 3D plastic structures. Encapsulating lighting, sensors, antennas and controls directly within high visual quality 3D structures significantly reduces the thickness and weight of parts, delivers excellent touch and antenna performance, and simplifies vehicle integration. IMSE brings unique design opportunities for the next generation of car interiors, while simplifying assembly and reducing total cost of ownership.