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2019
31 Oct 2019

RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
30 Sep 2019

Smart and Intelligent Packaging 2020-2030

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
2011
4 Nov 2011

First appearance of graphene ink in commercial application

The first commercial application of grapheme-based inks will appear in major retail stores in the US in Q1/2012 according to US companies Vorbeck Materials Corp. and MWV Packaging.
2009
19 Mar 2009

Business applications for printed electronics

Recently, the commercialization of printed electronics has progressed from conductive patterns to batteries, displays, sensors, resistors, solar cells, lighting and transistor circuits, increasingly in combination.
18 Feb 2009

Printed electronics is profitable

What makes investors invest? What leads to profit sooner rather than later? What are the hot applications and technologies? What are the market forecasts? What comes next? Attend Printed Electronics Europe 2009 to find out,
2008
16 Jul 2008

RFID and the Printing Industry

Printed RFID is only part of an emerging $300 billion business in printing many forms of electronics and electrics.
2007
10 Sep 2007

New Broadband UHF Labels with Printed Antennas

Although most UHF passive tag suppliers lose money, some spectacularly so, several are in it for the long haul and they continue to improve their products.
2006
13 Dec 2006

RFID in 2006: A story of extremes

As we enter 2007, many RFID suppliers are licking their wounds, while for others, RFID business is booming. As IDTechEx interview solution providers and users across the RFID industry for the new report RFID Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2007-2017 to be released in January, Raghu Das, CEO, summarizes some of the findings.
17 Nov 2006

Pallet and Case Tagging for Retailers: Q4 Review

Has the pallet/case market for RFID tags and other hardware become the nearest thing to a black hole in the RFID universe in 2006, thanks to reluctant mandated customers, technical problems and pricing for volumes that never came?