28 Aug 2020
Harting is a German company that manufactures a wide range of electrical, electronic and mechanical components, including connectors and 3D-MID devices. This profile focuses on their activities in 3D-MID, more specifically laser direct structuring (LDS).
4 May 2020
Component Carrier Now Replacing Flexible PCBs
Flexible circuit boards offer numerous advantages. However, the mechanical fixation of these circuit boards is highly complex. HARTING has developed a new solution based on 3D-MID technology that is capable of replacing flexible circuit boards. Thanks to component carriers, cost savings of up to two-thirds can be achieved.
14 Jan 2020
Clever Modular Concept Solves the Issue of Cost
Modular vehicles can help solve a majority of the problems and questions posed by modern mobility that arise as the result of new IT technologies such as autonomous driving and of traffic congestion and the associated inefficiency and air pollution.
29 Mar 2019
HARTING AG Biel offers tailor-made 3D-MID solutions
Integrate electronics with a small footprint into cars / Increased safety. Assistance systems, safety features or infotainment - more and more electronics are finding their way into cars. With HARTING 3D-MID technology, customers can integrate complex electronics with minimal space requirements into cars.
2 Oct 2013
PST Sensors (pty) Ltd is a spin-out of the University of Cape Town, founded by Professor Margit Harting and Professor David Britton, to commercialise their printed silicon technology. PST Sensors is actively commercializing its first range of temperature sensors, and promoting the worldwide adoption of printed silicon electronics.
30 Nov 2010
PST Sensors spin-out launched from Cape Town
PST Sensors (pty) Ltd is a spin-out of the University of Cape Town, initially headed up by Margit Harting and David Britton, to commercialise their printed silicon technology.
8 Nov 2010
The largest event in the world on the subject Printed Electronics USA 2010 (www.IDTechEx.com/peUSA) will once again have a growing minority of presentations on paper electronics.
12 Oct 2005
RFID Copying Nature
Biomimetics is the mimicking of nature to create manufactured products. In RFID it is not new but there is much more to come and nature has lessons for those going in the wrong direction.