The Path To A Trillion Connected Items

Mr Scott White, CEO
PragmatIC
United Kingdom
 

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Presentation Summary

The conventional electronics industry considers billions of devices to be an exciting target for the Internet of Things. However the genesis of IoT was RFID, and this market has already reached over 10 billion units in 2018. Extending this kind of application with ultra low cost flexible circuits holds the potential to connect trillions of items. PragmatIC will describe some of the technologies enabling this prospect, and commercial progress towards making it a reality.

Speaker Biography (Scott White)

Scott is an experienced serial entrepreneur, now leading his sixth technology venture as CEO of PragmatIC. He is also a board director at mobile visual search company Cortexica Vision Systems. Past successes include Azea Networks, which he grew from concept to eight figure sales levels before the business was acquired. He has lived and worked across the globe including Australia, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, the US and the UK.

Company Profile (PragmatIC)

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PragmatIC is a world leader in ultra low cost flexible electronics, enabling the potential for trillions of "smart objects" that can sense and communicate with their environment. PragmatIC's unique technology platform enables integrated circuits thinner than a human hair that can be easily embedded in any surface, introducing interactivity into a wide range of everyday items. At a fraction of the price of conventional silicon chips, PragmatIC's products enable a vast range of new applications: from intelligent packaging of fast-moving consumer goods, to wireless traceability of documents for security and identification. PragmatIC's growing customer base includes large multi-national customers across a number of sectors, including consumer goods, packaging, security printing and mainstream electronics
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