27 Jan 2015
Smart objects becoming reality
Ultra-thin and low-cost flexible microcircuits, incorporated into mass-market objects and packaging, are poised to revolutionise everyday living by providing consumers with real-time information about every aspect of their environment.
13 Aug 2014
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.
24 Mar 2014
World's first flexible multi-functional timer available at PE Europe
World's first flexible multi-functional timer to be distributed at Printed Electronics Europe.
12 Mar 2014
Smart Packaging: One-off gimmick or sustained use?
In new research for the report Smart Packaging Comes To Market: Brand Enhancement with Electronics 2014-2024, IDTechEx conducted extensive interviews with end-users in order to understand the challenges and opportunities they see for smart packaging.
5 Mar 2014
Hear what end users want at Printed Electronics Europe
IDTechEx has found that firms are spending from a few hundred thousand to a few million dollars to fund the creation of printed electronics prototypes. Leading end users will present their needs at Printed Electronics Europe 2014 in Berlin early next month.
6 Jan 2014
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.
10 Dec 2013
De La Rue
De La Rue is a British security printing, papermaking and cash handling systems company with 500+ million USD revenue. We interview key relevant persons at De La Rue to understand their progress, needs, wishlist and challenges in printed electronics.
5 Dec 2013
PARC, a Xerox company
Parc is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Xerox. In the printed electronics space, Parc is focused on devices and is a technology leader in the field of printed logic.
4 Dec 2012
Pragmatic's flexible imprinted logic enters commercial production
PragmatIC Printing Ltd has announced that its pilot line has commenced production against initial customers' orders for interactive electronic functionality in thin and flexible form factors.
22 Feb 2012
Paper electronics is successful: where next?
Electronics and electrics on or in paper is being used for security, safety, crime prevention, brand enhancement and merchandising.
1 Nov 2011
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2012
IDTechEx, the organiser of the World's largest global series of Printed Electronics events will hold its European show in Berlin, Germany on April 3-4 (www.IDTechEx.com/peEUROPE). The focus, as at all IDTechEx events, is to address the needs and experiences of adopters of the technology.
31 Oct 2011
Printed electronics invigorates old electronics
Most of the well-known objectives of printed electronics remain elusive because they are glamorous, Olympian dreams based on some very exciting demonstrations in laboratories.
21 Sep 2011
Printed Electronics Europe 2012 3-4 April Berlin, Targets Applications
IDTechEx, the organiser of the World's largest global series of Printed Electronics events will hold its European show in Berlin, Germany on 3-4 April. The focus, as at all IDTechEx events, is to address the needs and experiences of adopters of the technology.
9 Sep 2011
Pragmatic and De La Rue demonstrate wireless-powered security labels
PragmatIC Printing Ltd, the pioneer in imprinted logic circuits, and De La Rue plc, the world's largest integrated commercial security printer and papermaker, announced that they are working together on prototypes for printed electronic security products.
31 Aug 2011
Printed Electronics: What can we do better?
IDTechEx has tracked the printed electronics market since 2002. We have conducted extensive research programs, run our own events internationally and attended most other relevant events. Being impartial, we state the good and the bad. So what have we learnt?