16 Aug 2023
Jabil (Flexible Hybrid Electronics)
Jabil is a global manufacturing solutions provider that has developed flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) solutions for a broad category of products. IDTechEx corresponded with Senior Engineering Services Manager Girish Wable to learn more about the latest developments, particularly those around prototypes targeting the healthcare market. Girish wanted to acknowledge the contributions of Jabil's global team members and its ecosystem partners that provide materials (inks, substrates, adhesives) and equipment suppliers that help enable these capabilities.
1 Aug 2023
Tapecon is an established contract manufacturer leveraging its screen printing expertise to produce fully printed and flexible hybrid electronics circuits. IDTechEx caught up with Technical Program Leader Rafael Tudela at the FLEX 2023 conference.
12 Jun 2023
Roadmap of Wearable Sensor Technology Segmented by Key Biometrics
Innovation roadmap for wearable sensor technology
1 Feb 2023
Port 6 exhibited at CES 2023. IDTechEx analyst Dr Skyrme interviewed the CEO and Founder Ohto Pentikainen.
19 Jan 2023
GlucoRx is a UK-based supplier of diabetes management devices, founded in 2011. The company has recently developed a noninvasive continuous glucose monitor (NICGM), named the "BioXensor", based on work done at the University of Sheffield. During MEDICA 2022, IDTechEx spoke with GlucoRx about this NICGM.
21 Dec 2022
Segmenting the Polymer 3D Printing Materials Market
"Diverse and Developing" - the only way to describe the current breadth of the polymer materials portfolio for additive manufacturing. From materials that vary in form factor (i.e., powders, resins, filaments) to material properties (i.e., flexible, reinforced, tough, etc.) to application (i.e., medical, industrial, dental, etc.), it can be difficult to define suitable enough categories that adequately cover this diverse market.
11 Oct 2022
Cosinuss develops in-ear vital sign monitoring devices.
11 Oct 2022
The Market for Wearable Sensors Is Expanding, Says IDTechEx
The latest wearable sensors report from IDTechEx, "Wearable Sensors 2023-2033", breaks down the complex landscape of sensor types, biometrics, and form factors. IDTechEx highlights the key opportunities and challenges for each sensor type to achieve commercial success across the next ten years.