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2023
27 Sep 2023

ISORG

ISORG are a French company that manufacture screen printed organic photodetectors (OPDs), with a target market of large area fingerprint sensors for mobile and security applications. They are the only company capable of mass producing OPDs.
4 Apr 2023

Smart Packaging 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
16 Mar 2023

RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Dr Yu-Han Chang and Raghu Das
9 Mar 2023

8-Billion Dollar Market Opportunity Enabled by Solid-State Batteries

Solid-state battery, one of the most promising next-generation battery technologies, has the potential to reshuffle the global battery supply chain, and a US$8 billion-market-size opportunity is potentially waiting for solid-state batteries, according to IDTechEX's report "Solid-State and Polymer Batteries 2023-2033: Technology, Forecasts, Players".
17 Feb 2023

Opportunities for Emerging Thin Film Photovoltaics in 2023 and Beyond

Thin film photovoltaics (PV) have historically played second fiddle, dwarfed by the multi-billion US dollar silicon PV industry. This may be about to change. Emerging PV applications, such as indoor energy harvesting and building integrated PV, have specific requirements that will enable thin film silicon alternatives to flourish.
2022
29 Nov 2022

Opportunities for Emerging Thin Film Photovoltaics in 2023 and Beyond

Thin film photovoltaics (PV) have historically played second fiddle, dwarfed by the multi-billion US dollar silicon PV industry. This may be about to change. Emerging PV applications, such as indoor energy harvesting and building integrated PV, have specific requirements that will enable thin film silicon alternatives to flourish.
10 Nov 2022

Crystal Solar

Crystal Solar is a US-based company working to produce silicon wafers domestically through epitaxial growth. The company was founded in 2008.
13 Jun 2022

New Cable Corporation

New Cable Corporation has developed flat cables based on etched copper on flexible substrates, produced via continuous roll-to-roll manufacturing. IDTechEx caught up with CDO Antti Backman at the PRINSE'22 conference.
29 Apr 2022

Advanced Material Development

Tess Skyrme, Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed Dr Richard Lee, CCO, and Tom Barlow, Business Development Manager, to get an update from early-stage company, Advanced Material Development, specifically on their innovations in 2D nano-materials, with applications including gas sensing, electronics, composites, photonics, and anti-counterfeiting.
2021
3 Feb 2021

Advanced Material Development

Advanced Material Development (AMD) commercializes research on 2D nanotechnology, and soft matter physics, based on industrial needs. IDTechEx spoke with John Lee (CEO).
12 Jan 2021

Sun Chemical

Sun Chemical is a sub-division of DIC Corporation, a Japanese chemical company. They are the world's largest producer of printing inks and pigments. In this profile we review their portfolio of materials for printed electronics applications.
11 Jan 2021

Dycotec

Dycotech, a supplier of materials for printed/flexible electronics, announces expansion via a new R&D/manufacturing facility due to rapid growth in demand.
2020
9 Apr 2020

ISORG

ISORG are a French company that manufacture screen printed organic photodetectors (OPDs), with a target market of large area fingerprint sensors for mobile and security applications. The are the only company capable of mass producing OPDs.
2015
17 Sep 2015

Xerox uses Thinfilm Memory to fight counterfeiting

Thin Film Electronics ASA has announced that Xerox will launch two new products that feature Thinfilm Memory™ - Xerox® Printed Memory and Xerox® Printed Memory with Cryptographic Security.
2012
1 Feb 2012

Blue Spark Technologies opens battery printing and assembly facility

Blue Spark Technologies, the leading supplier of thin, flexible, eco-friendly printed batteries, announced it has opened a new high-volume printing and production facility located in West Bend, Wisconsin.
2005
4 Oct 2005

Sensors and RFID converge

Examining the prospect of ubiquitous sensors saving lives, improving the quality of life of the disoriented elderly, coping with natural disasters and much else besides.