GGI Solutions

GGI Solutions

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As a level 1 member of the Printable Electronics Consortium created by the National Research
Council Canada, GGI is at the forefront of leading edge innovations.
 
From curved capacitive interfaces, printed heaters, printed devices, frequency selective surfaces, in mold electronics, biosensors, to new conductive materials development, our innovation team plays a key role in offering custom solutions for various market applications.
 
By combining our design, engineering and manufacturing expertise and capabilities, we offer advanced printed solutions where customers can benefit from numerous advantages such as: optimized costs, enhanced safety, energy optimization, reduced weight and form factor, flexibility and conformability.
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