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RADAR and LIDAR So What's New?
Market and technology insights covering Radar and LIDAR. Progress, capabilities and outlook are discussed in this Q and A session.
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Innolux and E Ink Collaborate on 28 Inch Colour E-Paper
Innolux and E Ink announced their collaboration on large-sized Advanced Color ePaper panels. Innolux is E Ink's first partner to work on the production and sales of large-sized ACeP. With this partnership, both parties will focus on expanding electronic paper products in IoT and Smart City applications.
Peratech offer integrated pressure sensing solutions based around their proprietary pressure sensitive materials and algorithms. They aim to improve human interactions with electronics devices by enabling different surfaces (including displays) to sense pressure similar to how human skin does.
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Free-to-attend virtual event on Opportunities for Printed Electronics
Hear from Coca-Cola, Swarovski, Electrolux, Roartis and Neotech AMT at this new free-to-attend online conference from IDTechEx, hosts of the world's largest event series on Printed & Flexible Electronics.
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Electronic Skin Patches 2020-2030
Forecasts taken from IDTechEx report "Electronic Skin Patches 2020-2030"
Skin patches powered by sweat
Particularly for healthcare, there is a growing demand for skin patches and other forms of smart skin for monitoring and even drug delivery and other active functions.
alt="Promising Material Stable Enough for use in Solar Cells"
Promising Material Stable Enough for use in Solar Cells
Soft and flexible materials called halide perovskites could make solar cells more efficient at significantly less cost, but they're too unstable to use.