Innovative Printed Electronics and Integrated Capacitive Touch Sensors
Holst Centre is an independent R&D centre that develops technologies for wireless autonomous sensor technologies and flexible electronics, in an open innovation setting and in dedicated research trajectories.
DuPont was exhibiting a concept wireless wearable health patch at Medica 2019.
NovaCentrix Continues to Revolutionize Next-Gen Applications
The pace of innovation is only accelerating, and NovaCentrix remains at the forefront of tools, materials, and processes for advancement in flexible hybrid electronics. NovaCentrix are a Platinum sponsor of the IDTechEx Show! November 20-21 2019, Santa Clara, CA.
TNO Holst Centre
IDTechEx spoke to Mary Sona, Business Development Manager at Holst Centre.
An OLED pilot line introduces itself: From PI-SCALE to LYTEUS
Together with their industrial partners, the institutes were able to achieve unique results, create and manufacture fascinating prototypes based on the flexible OLED technology.
Covestro are manufacturers of high-tech polymer materials for all key industries
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2019 Award Winners
At the 15th IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe conference and exhibition in Berlin on April 10-11, four companies were honoured for their great achievements in developing and commercialising printed electronics technologies.
IDTechEx Show! Highlights Emerging Technologies in Healthcare
The IDTechEx Show!, held in the Estrel Convention Center in Berlin, Germany on April 10 - 11, 2019, will be the third IDTechEx Show! to dedicate a healthcare track that runs throughout the 8 co-located conferences offered.
Milestone for next-gen solid-state batteries to power EVs
Imec and partner in EnergyVille, has fabricated an innovative type of solid-state Li-ion battery achieving an energy density of 200 Wh/liter at a charging speed of 0.5C (2 hours).
Hybrid OLED creates innovative and functional luminous surfaces
Up to now, OLEDs have been used exclusively as a novel lighting technology for use in luminaires and lamps. However, flexible organic technology can offer much more: as an active lighting surface, it can be combined with a wide variety of materials, not just to modify but to revolutionize the functionality and design of countless existing products.