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In-line material analysis for printed electronics manufacturers

In-line material analysis for printed electronics manufacturers
OEM of instruments and measurement systems, HORIBA, has successfully implemented in-line, non-destructive, non-intrusive and non-contact material analysis and characterisation techniques into roll-to-roll printed electronics manufacturing to provide quality assurance and improve yield.
3rd April 2019

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

Creating new products from printed electronics

Creating new products from printed electronics
Printed, flexible and organic electronics is an enabling set of technologies, comprising of many components that are at different stages of commercialisation and maturity. Commercialisation is being tackled very differently. Some are disrupting conventional products, for example by enabling foldable displays for smart phones. 
28th March 2019


Multilayer flexible printed circuit spans wings of UAV

Multilayer flexible printed circuit spans wings of UAV
It has been announced that Trackwise has shipped a 26m long multilayer, flexible printed circuit (FPC), believed to be world’s longest, for distributing power and control signals across the wings of a solar-powered, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The circuit is one of over fifty supplied by Trackwise into this vehicle.
26th March 2019

Printed electronics is conquering numerous application sectors

Printed electronics is conquering numerous application sectors
Sensors for medical applications, smart textiles and OLEDs for the automotive industry: numerous industries rely on printed and flexible electronics in their innovation process. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry, which took place this week in Munich, Germany, reflects this trend.
26th March 2019

The future of stretchable electronics

The future of stretchable electronics
Stretchable electronics is emerging as a promising new technology for next-generation wearable devices, according to a review published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials. The technology has many possible applications for healthcare, energy and the military. But there are several challenges involved in finding suitable materials and manufacturing methods.
25th March 2019

Printing OLED displays: has the time finally come?

Printing OLED displays: has the time finally come?
Solution processed light emitting organic materials were demonstrated in 1989 with a tiny 0.1 EQE (external quantum efficiency). Since then there has been tremendous progress on material synthesis/production as well as on display processing. However, thus far, commercialisation has remained elusive.
20th March 2019

Experience printed electronics live at LOPEC 2019

Experience printed electronics live at LOPEC 2019
This year's LOPEC show will take place in Munich from 19th to 21st March. Visitors can expect a supporting programme at the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry. Among the crowd-pullers are the Demo Line, which brings the manufacturing process of printed electronics to life, and the Innovation Showcase with developments from a wide range of industry sectors, from aviation to the textile industry.
14th March 2019

Aggressive growth predicted for electronic skin market

Aggressive growth predicted for electronic skin market
The $500m electronic skin (e-skin) market is projected to see an aggressive year on year growth at 20.7% in 2019, according to a study. Thriving as a niche marketplace currently in its nascent stage, the electronic skin market will reportedly remain a high growth-low value landscape. 
18th February 2019

Take off with printed electronics at LOPEC 2019

Take off with printed electronics at LOPEC 2019
Low weight, no need for cables and highly automated manufacturing of fully customised components; printed electronics offers many advantages for the aviation industry. At the LOPEC Conference 2019, Dennis Hahn from Airbus and Max Seissler from the consulting and technology company Altran will provide an overview of the special requirements placed on flying components. 
18th February 2019


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