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Exhibitors and Sponsors

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Exhibitors and Sponsors

Cenamps is an entrepreneurial, not-for-profit company established by One NorthEast, the regional development agency, as a vital component of the Strategy for Success initiative. We also receive funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the Objective 2 programme. Operating internationally, we stimulate innovation in the North East of England, with the aim of further strengthening the region's economic foundation, R&D capabilities and performance through the creation of high-tech jobs and new business opportunities. 

Cabot are experts in (1) Making and handling fine particles, (2) Modifying the surfaces of very fine particles, and (3) Designing particle-media composites for specific properties.
CIT is an innovative start up company established to develop and commercialise breakthrough technology for the direct printing of metals with high conductivity.
Hewlett Packard is a leading global provider of products, technologies, solutions and services to consumers and business. The company's offerings span IT infrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services, and imaging and printing. 

Kester Founded in 1899, Kester is a leading global supplier of high performance connecting and interconnecting materials and related services for the electronic assembly and component assembly markets. Kester is known for high quality, advanced technology and superior technical support. With headquarters in Des Plaines, IL, Kester has additional manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Singapore, Germany, Japan, Brazil, Taiwan, Malaysia and China. Its worldwide manufacturing and technical capabilities provide the support required to serve major electronics manufacturing services providers, electronic component manufacturers and OEMs.

IDTechEx provides independent analysis on the development and application of RFID, smart packaging and printed electronics.

Intel Capital, Intel's venture capital organization, makes equity investments and strategic acquisitions to stimulate technology growth and advance how people work and live. Intel Capital's mission is to find and support innovative companies worldwide. It invests in technology companies targeting digital entertainment, enterprise computing, networking and communications, software development and manufacturing. Created in 1991, Intel Capital has invested more than US$4 billion in approximately 1,000 companies in more than 30 countries through 2005. During this time, about 160 portfolio companies have been acquired by other companies and another 150 have gone public on various exchanges around the world. Intel Capital currently employs investment managers in about 25 countries worldwide. In 2005, Intel Capital invested about US$265 million in about 140 deals, with approximately 60 percent made outside the U.S. For more information, visit

Motorola is a Fortune 100 global communications leader that provides seamless mobility products and solutions across broadband, embedded systems and wireless networks.  Seamless mobility means you can reach the people, things and information you need in your home, auto, workplace and all spaces in between.  Seamless mobility harnesses the power of technology convergence and enables smarter, faster, cost-effective and flexible communication. Motorola had sales of US $31.3 billion in 2004.

Nanoident is the leading nanotechnology company in the area of organic semiconductor based photonic sensors. We develop and produce a new class of opto-electronic sensors with outstanding technical characteristics and properties for market segments with high growth potential, such as security and life science.
Parelec develops, manufactures and markets Parmod® VLT conductive inks and pastes. Parmod® inks differ from other conductive inks in that their patented chemistry uses silver or other metals more efficiently to provide for 3-5 times greater conductivity and lower cost. Parmod® silver inks are applied by screen, rotary-screen or gravure printing processes on paper or polyester substrates to provide low cost RFID antenna with read distance equivalent to traditional etched antenna.

PixDro Ltd (part of OTB group) is Inventor, developer and integrator of inkjet based systems and processes for variety of industrial applications. OTB designs develop and realize breakthrough inline production equipment that enables customers to get the best out of their business. Our drive for perfection has given us the edge in a competitive market. The result: Solid reputations for making dreams come true.

Plastic Logic is a leading developer of plastic electronics technology. It develops and exploits new manufacturing processes which combine the power of electronics with the pervasiveness of printing. The company's technology enables new product concepts in a wide range of markets including displays and sensors. 

PolyIC is a leading developer of polymer electronics technology and a future provider of printed electronic products and components. PolyIC will provide products for high volume low cost applications based on organic semiconductors.
Rieke Metals employs unique chemical technology for the production of highly reactive metals. These metals allow us to prepare a wide range of novel organometallic reagents. Use of these organometallic reagents, together with the right catalyst, allows Rieke Metals to prepare a broad spectrum of polymers including 3-Alkyl Polythiophenes. Additionally, this technology allows us to prepare a large number of functionalized 3-Alkyl Ploythiophenes which display a wide range of electrical properties. Polymers can be built to fit specific needs.  
The Technology Partnership (TTP) has grown to become Europe’s leading independent technology development and licensing company.
Our primary objective is to create new business based on advances in technology.
Veeco provides solutions for nanoscale applications in the worldwide scientific research, semiconductor, data storage, and high- brightness-LED/ wireless markets. Our Metrology products are used to measure at the micro- and nanoscale, and include atomic force microscopes, scanning probe microscopes, and stylus and optical profilers.Our Process Equipment tools help create nanoscale devices and include ion beam etch and deposition, physical vapor deposition, molecular beam epitaxy, metal organic chemical vapor deposition, precision lapping and dicing technologies.

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Association Sponsors

RFID Tribe, a global organization with local chapters, is a radio frequency identification (RFID) collaboration forum. The group of industry experts collaborates on RFID and sensor technology, standards, venture capital, products, solutions, industry trends, people and events. RFID Tribe serves as an engine for ideas, people and capital.

The Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) is a working group within the German Engineering Federation, VDMA. OE-A is an information and communication platform and represents the whole process chain in organic electronics. Our members are international leading companies and institutions, ranging from R & D institutes, component & material suppliers, equipment & tool suppliers to producers / system integrators and end-users.

The UK Displays Network (UKDN)

Become an association partner: email Corinne Jennings


Media Partners

DATAcollection, with a circulation of 6000 + in each country, is published in France, Italy and Spain, where is the reference AIDC magazine, uniquely matching european coverage and international know how with national language and particularities. It covers all the related subjects, such as Bar Code, RF tags, Biometry, Mobile and Wireless computing, contact and contactless smart cards with all their fields of application. It is available in all the three languages both in the traditional paper version, and as a web magazine.
Data Collection Online's reference library and weekly e-newsletter service focus on the automatic identification and data collection (AIDC) industry. Manufacturers, resellers, and system integrators of bar code and RFID technologies are prominently featured on this Web site. Locate providers of fixed and handheld mobile computing devices (and supporting infrastructure) for printing and scanning bar code labels and RFID tags in our supplier directory. Download product specifications through the product showcase and case studies and white papers from the download library.

Please take a moment to join our community and discover the benefits of your free membership. For more information, view our editorial calendar for the list of topics we cover.

Electronics Weekly

Emerald publishes a strong specialist range of engineering titles including a portfolio of three ISI rated electronics titles. The content of these journals is guided by our commitment to publish theory into practice papers. Our journals are international in scope and coverage offering a global outlook on research developments and trends. These titles publish cutting edge research from leading institutions and blue-chip organizations such as BMW, Cambridge University, NASA, Nanyang Technological University and Nokia. To find out more about Emerald electronics titles please visit our website at

Ink Maker has a proud history of 81 years of serving the printing ink and color industries. The editorial content consists of contributed technical papers and nontechnical features about trends, technology and global happenings to help our readers to improve their profitability. It is the only magazine in the ink industry that features a monthly interview with printers-the ink manufacturers' customer.
packagePRINTING reaches more packaging converters who print flexible packaging, folding cartons, tags and labels, specialty printing, and corrugated containers. As the only publication dedicated to the printing of packaging, we reach more than 25,175 professionals at more than 14,900 individual plant locations-accounting for more than 92 percent of the $84 billion U.S. Market.
RFID Update publishes daily editorial briefings for the growing ranks of top level executives involved in the deployment of RFID projects. Each issue distills the impact of global RFID developments into an analytical summary of the matters most pertinent to successful RFID implementation. Free sign up for executives, visit:

RFID Solutions Online's reference library and weekly e-newsletter service focus on incorporating RFID technology into data collection, asset management, and supply chain track and trace solutions. We feature both closed loop solutions as well as emerging open loop applications for the retail supply chain. Visit regularly to stay abreast of industry mandates and the evolving EPC Network standards upon which they are based. Locate providers of tags and labels, readers and printers, middleware, and integration services in our supplier directory. Download specifications through the product showcase and case studies and white papers from the download library.

Please take a moment to join our community and discover the benefits of your free membership. For more information, view our editorial calendar for the list of topics we cover.


Become an association partner: email Corinne Jennings

For further details please contact Chris Clare at