National Committees to the IEC should give very careful thought on whether or not to support the formation of a new separate TC 118 for printed electronics, now that the question has been presented for a 4-month National Committee vote. With limited technical expert resources available around the world, the IEC should also consider the development of standards for printed electronics within existing relevant IEC technical committees (such as IEC TC’s 91 and 113).  Liaisons with existing organizations such as IPC, which has an established printed electronics standards work program, should also be investigated to avoid overlapping work.


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