28 Nov 2020
HongKong Beida Jade Bird Display Ltd.
Jade Bird Display (JBD) is a start-up founded in 2015 and headquartered in Hong Kong. Its core technology is the monochromatic micro-displays, enabled by wafer-level mass manufacturable approach of monolithic hybrid integration of µLED arrays on Si ICs.
20 Oct 2020
IKEA Australia Clean Energy Transformation Project
Construction set to commence on Australia's largest grid-connected commercial microgrid of its kind by Planet Ark Power at IKEA Adelaide.
6 Mar 2019
Innovative electric car features full-surface solar integration
Sono Motors unveiled the first images of the Sion's series design as part of a broad online release. The focus was placed on the full-surface incorporation of solar modules into the bodywork - one of the vehicle's unique features that have influenced its design.
5 Oct 2016
Job-sharing with nursing robot
Given the aging of the population and the low birthrate both in Japan and elsewhere, healthcare professionals are in short supply and unevenly distributed, giving rise to a need for alternatives to humans for performing simple tasks.
28 Apr 2015
Making LED-illuminated advertisements light and flexible
VTT is involved in a European project, developing novel LED advertising displays, which combine thin, lightweight and bendable structures with advanced optical quality.
12 Feb 2014
The tipping point
2014 has only just begun and already discussions abound on how a "tipping point" has been reached in the field of printed and flexible electronics, a statement mostly backed by the significant interest and accompanying investment by LG and Samsung into the commercialisation of flexible displays.
26 Jul 2013
Integration Technology Ltd wins Product Development Award
New product launches for 2013 from Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) have won the UK-based UV curing pioneer the Product Development Award at this year's Printed Electronics Asia show and conference.
10 Jul 2013
Printed Electronics Asia 2013, Tokyo, Japan impressions and Awards
Some of the highlights at this year's Printed Electronics event, organized by IDTechEx in Tokyo, Japan, are discussed in this article, focusing on the keynotes on the first day of the conference, which was attended by approximately 250 people.
1 Mar 2013
Ubiquity or obsolescence: how is E Ink's success story going to end?
Looking back at last year, it looks like 2012 was a tipping point for the e-reader market. Kindles and the likes were overshadowed by new models of tablet computers, resulting in a shift in consumer spending towards the tablets. But e-readers are still hugely popular, not least because of their long battery life and their low price. Since the holiday season, the must-have new feature has been the frontlight that enables reading in the dark, such as in the new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. But take a closer look at this new generation of e-readers and you will find something striking: all of them use the same E Ink Pearl display, a technology that was released more than two years ago.
12 Jun 2012
Tohoku University and imec partner on research and collaboration
Tohoku University and imec have signed a collaboration agreement in the presence of his Royal Highness Prince Philip of Belgium during the Belgian economic mission to Japan.
21 Mar 2012
New: The printed electronics manufacturing forum
Printed electronics manufacturing is becoming increasingly integrated as companies work on putting together different printing, lamination, substrate handling, curing and finishing processes.
26 Nov 2009
Teijin's world first silicon-on-plastic integration technology
Teijin Limited (Teijin) have developed the world's first technology to integrate silicon onto general-purpose plastic substrates, working in cooperation with NanoGram Corporation (NanoGram), a world-leading company in the development of nano materials.