29 Oct 2013
The RFID Market and the Opportunity for Printed Electronics (I)
The market for RFID has grown steadily despite the economic meltdown due to the diverse nature of its applications from tagging retail apparel to transport ticketing to animals.
21 Jul 2008
Replacing printed silver with copper
The spot price of silver is up over 50% in the past 12 months and it continues to trend upward because silver supplies are falling fast while demand from China, India, Russia and Eastern Europe is climbing. As a reult, a lot of work is underway for alternatives.
2 Jul 2008
Breakthrough in metal ink cure: room temperature on cheap substrates
IDTechEx recently visited Novacentrix in Austin, Texas, to learn of their room temperature cure process.
3 Apr 2008
Soligie appoints printed electronics veterans
Soligie Appoints Printed Electronics Veterans Richard Morris & Mark Duarte to Lead Business Development & Sales.
10 Sep 2007
New Broadband UHF Labels with Printed Antennas
Although most UHF passive tag suppliers lose money, some spectacularly so, several are in it for the long haul and they continue to improve their products.
13 Jun 2007
Inorganic Printed Electronics - The Great Opportunity
The future $300 billion market for printed electronics is emerging via thin film electronics. The contribution of organic materials to this is greatly publicized but the best devices being developed usually rely on inorganic or combined inorganic/organic technology. The more select groups developing these inorganic materials and devices have a great future. IDTechEx has published the first study on Inorganic Printed and Thin Film Electronics. Here Dr Peter Harrop summarises some of the findings.
29 Nov 2006
Your ultimate guide to Manufacturing RFID
From inception to creating - all you need to know about manufacturing low cost high performance RFID
18 Aug 2006
Opportunities in Pharma RFID and Smart Packaging
RFID in healthcare is growing rapidly to become a $2.1 billion global business in 2016. Smart packaging for healthcare has additional value, for example, ensuring that people take the correct pills at the right time. RFID can improve the lives of patients in many different ways...