Printed Electronics USA 2018: Exhibition Highlights
In just two weeks' time the World's largest event on Printed Electronics will open in Santa Clara, California. Held on November 14-15, the event features a stunning line up of over 250 speakers and 275 exhibitors - exceeding the event targets. Register now to secure the final early bird discount of 10% off, ending on November 2, 2018.
A Nordic tour de force in Santa Clara Printed Electronics
The Nordic countries are amassing resources from institutes to companies to set a goldrush-flag in San Fransisco, bringing forth advances in materials science and showcasing applications.
IKEA Open Innovation Challenge in Printed Electronics
IKEA has invited a selection of companies to propose innovative ideas and technologies aiming at E-labels and/or Digital Communication Carriers.
High-precision control of printed electronics
Printed electronic transistor circuits and displays, in which the colour of individual pixels can be changed, are two of many applications of ground-breaking research.
New product announcements from the IDTechEx Show! exhibition hall
From the Exhibition Hall at the IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara last week came a wide variety of new product announcements and press releases. Here we summarize some of the announcements.
ACREO Swedish ICT installs full options CeraPrinter F-Serie
Keeping updated about the new technological achievements in Printed Electronics for the emerging applications, which make our life more interactive, digital, secure and smart.
Storing electricity in paper
Researchers have developed power paper - a new material with an outstanding ability to store energy.
Researchers create electronic plants
Using semi-conductive polymers, both analog and digital electronic circuits can be created inside living flowers, bushes and trees.
E-skin and pocket-sized diagnostic machines give patients the power
Wearable E-skin that can measure heart rate and blood pressure, and paper diagnostic machines the size of a credit card that can give instant readings on blood and saliva samples.
Printed temperature sensor for drug monitoring in field
Heat or cold can lower the efficiency of a drug. A new all-printed, hybrid temperature sensor can be the solution for monitoring drugs in field in a near future.
EU-funded project investigates energy harvesting
Energy harvesting systems that are developed within the Smart-MEMPHIS project will have many applications ranging from implantable pacemakers to aircrafts.