29 Oct 2019
Do More for Printed Electronics
Do more for printed electronics with high-performance silver and conductive polymer inks. Agfa-Gevaert N.V. will be exhibiting at The IDTechEx Show! November 20-21 2019, Santa Clara, CA.
20 Aug 2018
The graphene community gathers in California
The graphene community will gather in California on November 14 & 15 to attend the largest business-focused conference and exhibition on Graphene and 2D Materials which takes place in Santa Clara.
4 Apr 2018
New ways to print capacitive touch sensors
Who does not remember the futuristic cockpits in the "Thunderbirds Are Go" movie, featuring purportedly 21st-century Human-Machine Interface (HMI) technologies with electromechanical buttons and switches? In this article Agfa-Gevaert N.V. explore new and possibly game-changing real life touch sensor technologies.
13 Dec 2017
Report on IDTechEx Show! USA 2017
The following article summarises some of the key observations made by IDTechEx analysts during the IDTechEx Show! It contains details of many of the companies demonstrating products during the exhibition, notable presentations given and summaries of relevant conversations and recent updates.
6 Sep 2017
IDTechEx Show! Exhibit Space Over 90% Sold
With over two months to go until the IDTechEx Show! at the Santa Clara Convention Center on November 15 - 16, over 90% of the exhibit space is already sold.
The event brings together the hottest emerging technologies including materials, components and systems with end users, who seek to use these technologies to differentiate their products through greater capability.
3 May 2017
Stretchable electronics: everything you need to know
Stretchable Electronics is a term that conceals great diversity. Indeed, it is an umbrella term that refers to a whole host of emerging electronic materials, components and devices that exhibit some degree of mechanical stretchability.
26 Apr 2017
In mold electronics: the next frontier for transparent conductive film
In Mold Electronics is making a commercial comeback. The behind-the-scenes interest in IME remains robust. The first wave of products are close to market launch, the value networks are being enhanced, volume manufacturers are more engaged than ever, and the material set is transitioning beyond conductive inks to include transparent conductive films, sensors, actuators, and so on. Overall, we expect 2017/18 to the years when IME applications finally grow after years of on and off starts.