21 Sep 2021
Integrated Electronics Trends to Drive IME Market to $1.5bn by 2032
In-mold electronics enables electronic functionality to be embedded within molded and thermoformed plastic components. With the integration of capacitive touch, lighting, and even haptics alongside size and weight reductions of up to 70%, IME is an efficient approach to making curved touch-sensitive interfaces. Given these benefits, IDTechEx forecasts IME to be a $1.5 billion market by 2032, with applications mainly within the automotive and consumer goods sectors.
14 Sep 2021
Market for Fully Printed Sensors Will Reach 4.9 Billion by 2032
Printed and flexible sensors constitute the largest printed electronics market outside of displays. Indeed, we forecast that the market for fully printed sensors will reach 4.9 billion by 2032.
02 Aug 2021
Functional Automotive Exteriors With Printed/Flexible Electronics
While vehicle interiors might be an obvious target for emerging technologies based on printed/flexible electronics, there are also plenty of opportunities for vehicle exteriors. These range from transparent heaters to solar panels, and benefit from attributes as varied as transparency, conformality, low weight, and tunable absorption spectra.
27 Jul 2021
Event-Based Vision Approaches Commercialization
The increasing adoption of computational image analysis is creating opportunities for many new types of image sensors. One of the most innovative and commercially promising technologies is event-based vision, which is a bio-inspired method of acquiring visual data that promises multiple advantages.
06 Jul 2021
No Lives at Steak: How Will Your Food be Made in the Future?
For a slaughter-free spaghetti bolognese, a beef burger where no cows were harmed, and fresh produce growing from the walls of skyscrapers, food technology is turning science fiction into science fact one innovation at a time.
17 Jun 2021
Image Sensor Tech: Machine Vision Expansion Accelerates Adoption
Image sensing is an essential capability, utilized across multiple applications that range from webcams and smartphone cameras to autonomous vehicles and industrial inspection.
07 Jun 2021
Automotive Interior Differentiation is the New Battleground
Automotive OEMs are increasingly using interior features to distinguish between models and from other brands. There are, therefore, extensive opportunities for printed/flexible electronics to add additional functionality to the cockpit while facilitating efficient manufacturing.
04 May 2021
Printed Electronics Automotive Market $12.7 bn by 2031 Says IDTechEx
IDTechEx has released a new technical market research report, "Printed and Flexible Electronics for Automotive Applications 2021-2031: Technologies and Markets", which reveals a shift to Electric Vehicles and Autonomy will drive the Printed Electronics automotive market to $12.7 bn by 2031.
29 Mar 2021
Low-cost Flexible Displays Poised for Growth
As increasing numbers of devices gain electronic functionality, many new applications will require some sort of display. This growth in functional, wirelessly connected devices is an exciting technological transition that could radically reshape how we interact with previously inanimate objects.
12 Mar 2021
Opportunities for Additively Manufactured Electronics
Additively manufactured electronics is an emerging approach that takes printed electronics into the third dimension. IDTechEx divides the sector into two aspects: 'fully additive' and 'printing onto 3D surfaces'. Both have multiple application opportunities that IDTechEx believes will develop over the next decade.
10 Mar 2021
Particle-Free Conductive Inks: An Advantageous Alternative?
Conductive inks are a long-established technology, however, technology rarely stands still, and there is extensive innovation within the conductive ink space. Particle-free inks are an especially promising example with multiple advantages and applications.
18 Feb 2021
Top Five Innovative Printed/Flexible Sensor Technologies
Printed/flexible sensors offer multiple benefits relative to their more established rigid counterparts, including lower weight, flexibility/conformality, and potentially lower manufacturing costs since printing facilitates high-throughput continuous production methods. In this article IDTechEx identifies top five innovative printed/flexible sensor technologies along with their associated applications.