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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

Combining expertise for stretchable electronics technology

Combining expertise for stretchable electronics technology
The technology start-up company Forciot has announced that Heraeus Holding and Volvo Cars’ Technology fund have made investments in the company as part of the Forciot’s Series A investment round. Forciot’s product is a stretchable electronics and algorithm solution that measures and reports accurately force, weight, balance and pressure and the system can also be utilised as HMI touch controller.
29th January 2019


Printed electronics: A revolution in diagnostics

Printed electronics: A revolution in diagnostics
From ultra-thin sensors that monitor body functions to lab-on-a-chip for quick tests at the patient’s bedside: Printed electronic components expand the possibilities of medical diagnostics. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry in Munich, will provide information about new developments in that area from March 19th to 21st, 2019.
3rd January 2019

Exhibition showcases all aspects of the printed electronics industry

Exhibition showcases all aspects of the printed electronics industry
LOPEC, International Exhibition and Conference for the printed electronics industry, will take place in Munich, Germany, during March 2019. It will be the 11th time that LOPEC has been staged. The two-day exhibition (March 20 to 21) and three-day conference (March 19–21) will provide show attendees and conference delegates with the best opportunity to keep abreast of all the latest technology and business developments this important technology sector has to offer.
26th November 2018

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

Smart packaging: printed electronics as a growth driver

Smart packaging: printed electronics as a growth driver
When pharmaceutical packages sound an alarm or food cartons measure the temperature, printed electronics are involved. LOPEC, the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry in Munich, will provide information about next generation packaging from March 19th to 21st, 2019.
5th October 2018

E-Textiles 2018-2028: Technologies, markets and players

E-Textiles 2018-2028: Technologies, markets and players
We are in contact with textiles for up to 98% of our lives, and they are starting to become intelligent. Part of this revolution includes the integration of electronics and textiles. Electronic textiles (e-textiles) have been in development for decades, but have begun to achieve some commercial successes in the last 20 years.
3rd September 2018

Printable tags turn everyday objects into smart devices

Printable tags turn everyday objects into smart devices
Engineers have developed printable metal tags that could be attached to everyday objects and turn them into 'smart' IoT devices. The metal tags are made from patterns of copper foil printed onto thin, flexible, paper-like substrates and are made to reflect WiFi signals. The tags work essentially like 'mirrors' that reflect radio signals from a WiFi router. When a user’s finger touches these mirrors, it disturbs the reflected WiFi signals in such a way that can be remotely sensed by a WiFi receiver, like a smartphone.
17th August 2018

Committee releases white paper on washability of e-textiles

Committee releases white paper on washability of e-textiles
IPC’s D-70 E-Textiles Committee has released IPC WP-024, IPC White Paper on Reliability and Washability of Smart Textile Structures, Readiness for the Market. This white paper provides insights from a team of researchers on e-textiles washability testing parameters and initial results from those tests. 
17th August 2018


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LOPEC 2019
19th March 2019
Germany Messe Munchen