Lumitronix utilises paper and PET as printed circuit board
In cooperation with its technology partners, the Swabian LED company Lumitronix succeeded in equipping plasma-metallised flexible printed circuit boards with electronic components. This is based on the one-of-a-kind process of plasma metallisation.
OKI launches stretchable flexible printed circuits
Oki Electric Cable Co Ltd announced the launch of its Stretchable Flexible Printed Circuits "Stretchable FPC." The product is part of the new Oki Electric Cable product lineup to be introduced in June 2019.
World's longest multilayer flexible printed circuit
A 26-metre long multilayer flexible printed circuit has been created, believed to be the longest ever produced, for distributing power and control signals across the wings of a solar-powered, unmanned aerial vehicle.
EVs: Update on lightweighting, thermal management, & safety solutions
IDTechEx have outlined some advancements in thermal management solutions and material opportunities in previous articles. This article will look to capture some additional information and provide an update on some of those hidden material opportunities.
ProLogium is a solid-state battery company located in Taiwan.
ProLogium Technology Corporation
ProLogium is located in New Taipei City, Taiwan. The key technology in Flexible Printed Circuit Lithium-Ceramic Battery (FLCB) of ProLogium Technology is the combination of flexible printed circuit (FPC) substrate and solid like lithium ceramic electrolyte. The battery is ultra-thin,truly flexible and bendable.
Electric trucks reinvented this year
At the recent Future Powertrain Conference in Solihull UK, Professor Matthias Wellers, Managing Director AVI Powertrain, said he liked the idea of intermittent catenaries on major roads charging inter-city pure electric trucks.
AVERE e-Mobility Conference Amsterdam 13-14.4.16
IDTechEx report on their attendance at the AVERE e-Mobility Conference in Amsterdam.
What's hot and what's not in Printed Electronics
IDTechEx has been following the printed electronics market for fifteen years. In this article we provide ten brief updates across different parts of the industry.
What's Trending in Printed Electronics
From many different angles, the printed electronics sector is gaining commercial momentum. In this article, IDTechEx explores some of the top trends in the industry.
Future Powertrain Conference 2016 National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull
The third Future Powertrain conference was a great event with about 400 delegates and a total of 35 table exhibitors. The summary of the presentations given during the FPC2016 are discussed here.
Lite-On is a Taiwanese company that manufactures consumer electronics components such as LEDs, semiconductors, storage, etc. It is also working on printing antennas on mobile phones using aerosol deposition. We caught up with their research team to learn more about their progress and challenges.
Conductive inks and paste: everything is changing
The conductive inks and paste business has come alive again. In this article IDTechEx Research will explain this business in detail and will describe how and why everything is changing.
Canatu partners with iTouchWorks
Canatu has qualified iTouchWorks as its official partner for producing CNB™ Film based touch sensors.
Mass production of low profile flexible film temperature sensors
Murata announced that is about to commence mass production of a range of surface-mounted NTC temperature sensors that are packaged on a flexible printed circuit film.
The Rise of Thin, Flexible and Printed Batteries
IDTechEx has studied the technologies and markets for thin film, flexible and/or printed batteries. IDTechEx will disseminate its key findings. Here, IDTechEx will qualitatively benchmark the different technologies that fall under its categorization including single use zinc batteries, printed zinc-based rechargeable batteries, thin film lithium ion and lithium metal batteries.
Supercapacitors Leap Ahead: Electric Vehicles, Graphene & Printing
Consider three supercapacitor riddles as we reveal how the supercapacitor industry is in good health in 2014 with added potential. What takes a lot of space and no space? What has a rival that is a partner? What do fuel cells need next?
Findings from Supercapacitors Europe 2014
IDTechEx's Supercapacitor Europe 2014 conference brought together the best of supercapacitor developments in the region and internationally in Berlin on 1-2 April last week.
Highlights from the IDTechEx emerging technology events in Berlin
IDTechEx recently organised a co-located conference and tradeshow on printed electronics, energy harvesting, 3D printing, graphene and supercapacitors. In this article series, we will provide some of the latest highlights from these conferences.
Supercapacitors Europe 2014 is next week!
IDTechEx's Supercapacitors Europe 2014 conference External Link is bringing the best of supercapacitor developments in the region and internationally - 1-2 April, Berlin.