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IDUN Technologies
IDUN Technologies is developing neural interface technology, using in-ear EEG. Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed CEO, Simon Bachmann.
alt="Advanced Semiconductor Packaging: Trends and Growth Drivers"
Advanced Semiconductor Packaging: Trends and Growth Drivers
Advanced semiconductor packaging technologies are crucial due to the slowing of Moore's law and rising costs of monolithic Si IC development and manufacturing. Initially, components were individually packaged and integrated at the PCB board level, but as devices become smaller and require higher processing capabilities, component integration needs to be pushed beyond board level.
Market Readiness of Perovskite Applications
Innovation roadmap for perovskite applications' market readiness.
alt="Exploring the Growth and Market Breakdown of Passive RFID"
Exploring the Growth and Market Breakdown of Passive RFID
The RFID industry is expected to maintain its growth trajectory, with IDTechEx forecasting a market value of US$14 billion in 2023, up from US$12.8 billion in 2022. This market value encompasses various RFID form factors, including labels, cards, fobs, and tags, as well as scanners, software, and services for both active and passive RFID technologies. Among these, the "Passive RFID Tags" segment stands out as the largest, comprising more than half of the total RFID market.
alt="Unravelling Competing In-Mold Electronics Manufacturing Methodologies"
Unravelling Competing In-Mold Electronics Manufacturing Methodologies
Smooth, functional surfaces that provide touch sensing, often with backlighting, are becoming increasingly common. Applications range from vehicle interiors and domestic appliances to medical devices and aircraft seating. Rather than relying on a mechanical or membrane switch, these surfaces utilize capacitive touch sensing - the same principle used in smartphone displays.
alt="AI Driven Quality Assurance for "Fully Additive" 3D Printed Electronic"
AI Driven Quality Assurance for "Fully Additive" 3D Printed Electronic
Neotech AMT and the TAMS-group at the University of Hamburg announce successful implementation of a camera-based monitoring system for Additively Manufactured objects with integrated electronics (Project: KAM EI). The project, funded by Central Innovation Program for SMEs (ZIM) from the German Federal Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), started in September 2020.
ATT (Advanced Thermal Technologies)
ATT is collaborating with Henkel to develop heating for automotive interiors based on positive temperature coefficient (PTC) ink and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) sensor cover heaters utilizing in-mold electronics (IME). IDTechEx caught up with Head of Printed Electronics Martin Hartinger at LOPEC 2023.