From Stand-Alone Memory to Printed Systems (Printed Electronics Asia 2010)

Dr Davor Sutija, CEO
Thin Film Electronics
Oct 14, 2010.


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Presentation Summary

  • Non-volatile memories have been commercialized for use on re-writable cards, as well as molded into plastic devices such as toys. We will soon see deployment of products in the field.
  • The second generation of passive array memories currently under development will increase memory capacity significantly with small changes in layout. Using shift registers or multiplexers/decoders to address individual memory cells will further increase capacity.
  • Higher-density printed memories will be coupled with printed primary batteries, sensors and displays, creating disposable packaging and status indicator elements.

Speaker Biography (Davor Sutija)

Dr. Davor Sutija is CEO of Thin Film Electronics ASA. Prior to joining Thinfilm in January 2010, he was Senior Vice President, Product Marketing, at FAST (a Microsoft subsidiary) and founding CEO at SiNOR AS, a producer of electronic and PV-grade silicon ingots.
He was a board member for the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) from 2012 through 2015, and has also served on the BoD of technology firms SensoNor, Birdstep, and Owera. He is currently a member of the Orbotech Advisory Board.
Dr. Sutija is a highly sought-after speaker and presents around the globe on topics including the Internet of Things, the convergence of the physical and digital worlds, and the future of smart packaging. He was a keynote speaker at Mobile World Congress 2015. Dr. Sutija graduated from the Jerome Fisher Management and Technology program at the Wharton School, and has a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in Chemical Engineering. He was a Hertz Fellow at Lawrence Berkeley Labs.

Company Profile (Thin Film Systems)

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Thinfilm is enabling the Internet of Everything through our NFC (near field communications) solutions. We provide consumer-focused NFC mobile marketing as well as industrial and supply chain solutions, including blockchain applications. Thinfilm delivers end-to-end support throughout the entire process, starting with the manufacturing of NFC tags using our roll-to-roll printed electronics production process. Our offering also includes our CNECT™ Cloud Platform, which captures data and provides actionable insights into consumer behavior and business logistics, as well as integration support to apply tags to physical items.
Thin Film Electronics ASA is a publicly listed company in Norway with global headquarters in Oslo, Norway; US headquarters in San Jose, California; and offices in Linköping, Sweden; San Francisco; London; Hamburg; Singapore; and Shanghai. For more information, visit External Link.
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