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Printable electronics centre helps objects to communicate

Printable electronics centre helps objects to communicate
CPI has welcomed new resident clients to its new facility, just months after opening. The printable electronics centre, based at Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, has welcomed Silent Sensors, Datatecnics Corporation and HP1 as tenants, along with Wootzano and PST Sensors at its original site on NETPark, in Sedgefield, also County Durham.
29th March 2019

The development of next-gen smart clothing

The development of next-gen smart clothing
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has announced that it is collaborating on a project to support the development of next-generation smart clothing. Working with Pireta, CPI is using its industry expertise in the printed electronics sector to aid scale-up of wearable technology in textiles.
16th October 2018

CPI acquires CIT Technology

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has acquired the digital prototyping assets of CIT Technology Limited (CIT) and, from today,   the technology will be available under the name of Inkjet Flex.
21st January 2016


CPI enhances printed electronics capability

CPI enhances printed electronics capability
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has recently partnered with NovaCentrix to install a specialist system designed for the high speed photonic curing of printed electronics inks. The NovaCentrixPulseForge1300 state-of-the-art system is the first of its kind in the UK to be available to clients on an open access basis and will aid the commercialisation of a host of applications.
8th January 2016

Enhancing Creativity and Innovation in Packaging Design with Printed Electronics

Enhancing Creativity and Innovation in Packaging Design with Printed Electronics
A sunscreen aerosol can, that identifies skin-type, sun levels and calculates the maximum “safe” time in the sun. A portable baby bottle that heats milk to the optimum temperature at the press of a button and drink cans that light up, emit sound and engage with your phone are just some of the innovative concepts that have been developed by Brunel University London in a recent industry-led design project
3rd October 2014


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