22 Sep 2023
Fraunhofer FEP are one of many Fraunhofer institutes across Germany. This profile examines their recent work on image sensors that combine a silicon backplane with an organic light absorbing layer to extend the wavelength detection range into the SWIR region.
9 Nov 2021
Electroninks is a US-based company that develops and supplies particle-free inks for applications such as EMI shielding, PCB prototyping and textiles. IDTechEx caught up with CEO Brett Walker to find out more about the latest developments, including a $1.5m phase II Small Business Innovation
Research (SBIR) contract to develop advanced manufacturing hardware and particle-free conductive inks for printed circuit boards from the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO).
1 Nov 2021
Collaboration to Bring 3D Printing to Classrooms
Ultimaker announces a reseller partnership with FUJIFILM Business Innovation Australia. This partnership seeks to supply the growing demands of educational institutions that are looking to plug the additive manufacturing skills gap and empower students to enter the workforce as leaders with an AM-ready mindset.
1 Nov 2021
Electroninks Receives US Air Force Contract
Electroninks has announced that it has received nearly $1.5M in Phase II Small Business Innovation Research funding to develop advanced manufacturing hardware and particle-free conductive inks for printed circuit boards from the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office.
24 Jun 2021
Inkjet Printing Shows Promise As New Strategy For Making E-Textiles
In a new study researchers have demonstrated they could print layers of electrically conductive ink on polyester fabric to make an e-textile that could be used in the design of future wearable devices.
12 Nov 2020
Panasonic (Image Sensor)
Panasonic have developed a hybrid image sensor that uses an organic semiconducting layer atop a silicon readout circuit. This was set for launch at the (now postponed) Tokyo Olympics in 2020 in broadcast cameras.
14 Oct 2020
GenesInk is a French company that manufactures a wide range of conductive, transparent conductive and semiconducting inks, all based on nanoparticles that are synthesized in-house for consumer electronics applications. They offer formulations to suit many different deposition methods and applications, along with bespoke formulation capability.