Arkema, CEA and Arjowiggins Creative Papers collaborative innovation
The Open Innovation for Sensors and Actuators initiative pools all three players together in substrate, materials, and integration and design technologies, with a view to offering a comprehensive ecosystem to end-users eager to demonstrate new applications and develop new products in printed electronics.
French Atomic Energy Commission CEA Liten
Although not mentioned by name, IDTechEx believes Arjowiggins works with CEA to assess feasability for paper to be used as a substrate in printed electronics
Paper as an alternative to PET/PEN for lower device cost
IDTechEx recently visited Arjowiggins near Lyon in France.
Arjowiggins Creative Papers
Arjowiggins is a manufacturer of creative and technical paper. The company has launched PowerCoat, a paper substrate product with unique features focussed for the printed electronics market.
Award winning Powercoat paper at Printed Electronics Asia 2013
PowerCoat® is a remarkable new paper that facilitates the seamless integration of electronic functionality and printed graphics.
DuPont Teijin Films
Arjowiggins is a producer of paper. They now use their expertise in high quality paper to make paper substrates ("Powercoat") for electronics applications. Their ambition is to replace PET as the substrate of choice.
Arjowiggins Creative Papers showcases Powercoat
Powercoat® has been launched, a remarkable paper that facilitates the seamless integration of electronic functionality and printed graphics.
Printed electronics is now about doing business
Excitingly, the subject has now moved beyond peer reviewed academic papers to doing business. The largest European event on the subject will again be Printed Electronics Europe in Düsseldorf Germany in April 5-6 (www.IDTechEx.com/peEurope) and it will be all about who can sell to whom and how this powerful enabling technology can transform society for the better as well as creating wealth.
The Market for Organic and Printed Electronics
Based on the latest research by IDTechEx, reported in the new report Organic & Printed Electronics Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2007-2027, the market for printed and thin film electronics will be $1.18 billion in 2007. IDTechEx forecast the market growing to $5.06 billion by 2011, and $48.18 billion in 2027.
Progress with Printed Electronics
The annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe conference held in Cambridge in April had grown very strongly to over 330 delegates from 20 countries. The first day of the conference was opened by Dr Peter Harrop of IDTechEx, who took the pulse of the industry.
Printed Electronics - On Track to a Major Industry
Progress with printed and thin film electronics.