IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2019 Award Winners
At the 15th IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe conference and exhibition in Berlin on April 10-11, four companies were honoured for their great achievements in developing and commercialising printed electronics technologies.
AI for smarter forest management
Down on the ground, it isn't possible to get a full understanding of the richness of resources in a given forest area or predict any potential risks to the health of plants and trees. Comprehensive, manual surveying and data collection of forested areas can take months, with considerable strain placed on budgets and manpower.
The Printed Electronics Industry Gets Going
Investment up; more products launched and larger companies driving growth.
The biggest end-users discuss their PE needs: Berlin, April 28-29
At the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event, some of the key end-users presenting include United Technologies Research, Jaguar Land Rover, JC Decaux, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Crown Packaging and many more.
Printed electronics in Sweden
Sweden has been very active in the development of printed electronics. IDTechEx recently visited some of the main players in the industry to see their facilities and product concepts. In this article, we give a snapshot of printed electronics in Sweden.
What do you need to know about printed, organic, flexible electronics?
What do you need to know about printed, organic and flexible electronics to drive your business in this field?
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.
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.
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.
IDTechEx's Printed Electronics Europe 2013 Grows by Over 20%
Attendance at last week's Printed Electronics Europe 2013 event grew by over 20%. The highly successful conference and tradeshow, hosted by IDTechEx, covered the broad range of emerging materials and devices, including OLEDs, touch surfaces, TFTs, stretchable and textile electronics, energy generation and much more. Presentations, exhibitors and attendees covered the full supply chain from materials to their final application in verticals such as the media, consumer electronics, the internet of things and even vehicles.
Overtaking Barriers: Pushing emerging technologies forward
Two of the main challenges in the development and further adoption of flexible electronics have been the sensitivity to moisture and oxygen of active materials, leading to stringent requirements for permeation and the need to replace expensive, brittle ITO, the most popular choice as a transparent conductive layer.
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.
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?