Imprint Energy, Inc.
Imprint Energy is a start-up based in Alameda, California. Their main product is ZincPoly™, with zinc and metal oxide electrodes and a non-flammable, non-toxic solid-state gel electrolyte. This battery chemistry can be screen printed
Update from the IDTechEx Show! Berlin 2018.
Solaria is a provider of an exciting range of semi-transparent c-Si based solar panels with transparencies as high as 80 percent, for residential and architectural applications.
IDTechEx Show! Wearable Electronics Awards
Two award winners were announced as the global wearable technology industry gathers at the IDTechEx Show! at the Santa Clara Convention Center this week. With over 3,000 attendees spanning the entire wearable technology value chain, the awards are closely contested between many of the most innovative companies in the space.
Partnership to drive innovation in wearable technology for clothing
Flex has partnered with MAS Holdings to develop revolutionary new wearable technologies that accelerate and integrate the Intelligence of Things into clothing and enable more natural, intuitive interactions between people and technology.
Advances in PE: flexible displays, OPV, UAV and curved touch screens
Several of the IDTechEx team attended 2016FLEX in Monterey, CA, last week, to learn the latest about flexible hybrid electronics and network with approximately 600 of our colleagues in this industry. 2016FLEX is an event run by the FlexTech Alliance, previously known as FlexTech. This article summarizes some highlights from the show.
Nano Dimension to begin trading on NASDAQ on Monday March 7, 2016
Nano Dimension Ltd will uplist its Depositary Shares to the NASDAQ Capital Market. Trading of the Company's ADS on the NASDAQ Capital Market will begin on March 7, 2016 under the symbol "NNDM."
Multitaction is a Finland-based large-area interactive display manufacturer. It's technology is based on optical (IR) vision systems. The main market is the enterprise segment. The key advantage is stems from the system's ability to create different large-scale shapes composed of an arbitrary arrangement of 50" displays. The system can also handle an unlimited number of users and different input types.
Infinite Corridor Technology
Infinite Corridor Technology (ICT) was set up in 2009 as an MIT spin-off. Its technology enables the creation of flexible and stretchable PBCs. Its initial target market was wearable devices that can be twisted and flexed. Its technology uses standard PBC technology on copper-clad Kapton and does not require any inherently flexible technology such as special plastic substrates or printed conductive inks.
Nagase America Corporation
EMS based in Delaware, OH, USA was acquired by Nagase Chemtex Corporation in 2012 after about 10 years of collaborative efforts between the two companies in epoxy materials development. Originally working on epoxy adhesives for industrial applications, in early 2000's EMS developed conductive epoxies and hence started its foray into conductive inks.
Wearable Technology Europe: Event report
Last week saw IDTechEx host Wearable Technology Europe in Berlin's Estrel Conference center. The event has a unique format, co-locating with synergic industries including printed electronics, energy harvesting/storage and the Internet of Things to produce an ecosystem to catalyse innovation and commercial progress. We look forward to returning to the Estrel, Berlin on 28-19 April, 2016 for our annual European event.
Highlights from Europe's Largest Event on Printed Electronics
By Raghu Das, CEO, IDTechEx - The 11th annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event in Berlin was a huge success thanks to our customers and partners, with attendees coming from 47 countries! This is the largest show on the topic in Europe and, more importantly, more adopters, OEMs and technology providers announced products and showed off their impressive solutions.
Experts present disruptive technologies at Wearable Technology Europe
There are just two weeks to go until IDTechEx host Printed Electronic Europe 2015, at Berlin's Estrel Conference Center on 28 & 29 April.
Wearable, automotive and IoT drive sensor growth at IDTechEx Show!
The last decade has seen the cost of sensors fall to an average sales price of 50 cents from several dollars, driven first by the increase in sensors for automotive followed by consumer electronics such as smart phones. The next phase of volume growth will be driven by wearable technology, IoT and driver assisted/autonomous vehicles. This is also driving work on new types of sensors, such as flexible, larger area ones.
Take a peek at the Big Brands Speaking at Printed Electronics Europe
The agenda for Europe's leading event on printed, organic and flexible electronics which takes place on 28-29 April in Berlin, Germany is now live! The event features over 180 speakers including many big brands such as Qualcomm, United Technologies Research, Jaguar Land Rover, Sony, Decathlon, Flextronics, Shell, GE Aviation, Ericsson, AugstaWestland, Intel, Sharp, JC Decaux and many more.
The biggest end-users discuss their PE needs: Berlin, April 28-29
At the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event, some of the key end-users presenting include United Technologies Research, Jaguar Land Rover, JC Decaux, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Crown Packaging and many more.
Wearable Technologies Conference Report - Munich 2015
IDTechEx attended the Wearable Technologies AG event in Munich, Germany on February 2-3, 2015. The event involved a two day conference and trade show tied to the larger ISPO tradeshow happening later in the week. The event brought around 400 people from the wearable technology ecosystem together, with many start-ups but also prominent sponsors of the industry, including lead-sponsors Intel and Flextronics.
The graphene industry finds new market opportunities in California
The 5th IDTechEx conference and tradeshow on graphene and 2D materials- Graphene and 2D Materials LIVE! - has become the annual meeting place for the global graphene industry in California.
3D printing industry will reach over $14B by 2025
The latest forecasts by IDTechEx, including ten key markets, show the 3D Printing Industry will reach over $14B by 2025.