Powering lightweight devices and wearable electronics
IDTechEx report from a FlexTech Alliance workshop on novel & innovative power sources for lightweight devices and wearable electronics
Molex acquires Soligie
Molex Incorporated, a global manufacturer of complete interconnect solutions, announced on 1st May 2015 that it has acquired certain assets of Soligie, Inc. Soligie specializes in printed and flexible electronic solutions for applications in medical, military, industrial, lighting and consumer goods.
Progress with Printed Electronics
In this article we focus on the current status of the main printed electronics technologies for components in consumer goods and healthcare applications, providing for each one market drivers, case studies and key suppliers, cost structures and challenges.
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.
Soligie was founded in 2005 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Taylor Corporation. Taylor Corporation is a privately held speciality printing company with sales in excess of $1 billion. Soligie is based in Savage, MN, USA, and was set up with the model of being the "fab" of the printed electronics world
Canada National Research Council
they have already a lot of expertise from many years of research.
Printed Electronics Technology, Supplier and Case Study Snapshot
The following article summarizes the current status of the main printed electronics technologies for components in consumer goods and healthcare applications, providing for each one market drivers, case studies and key suppliers, cost structures and challenges.
Printed, Flexible and Organic Electronics sees 15.3% CAGR
The new report from IDTechEx titled Printed, Organic & Flexible Electronics: Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2013-2023 finds that the total market for these technologies will grow from $16.04 billion in 2013 to $76.79 billion in 2023.
On a roll: why E Ink is still the leader in e-paper
E-paper technologies are attempts to mimic paper, which can be described as a reflective surface, non-emissive and viewable from any angle.