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Printed Electronics USA 2014
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Structural electronics: a potential $60bn market by 2025
Structural electronics: a potential $60bn market by 2025
18 Sep 2014  |  Worldwide
Electronics embedded within the structure of bridges, walkways, EVs, aircraft and more, have the potential to be a $60 billion market by 2025. Aircraft, and later cars, will have a nervous system like a human being, instantly alerting to touch and ...
Kateeva closes series D round with $38 million in financing
Kateeva closes series D round with $38 million in financing
17 Sep 2014  |  United States
Kateeva has announced that it has closed its Series D round with $38 million in financing. The newest participant is Samsung Venture Investment Corporation (SVIC). Existing investors also contributed. They include: Sigma Partners, Spark Capital, Madr...
Wearable Technology: Lessons of History
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Wearable Technology: Lessons of History
16 Sep 2014  |  Worldwide
So far, most new wearable technology is a derivative of the mobile phone, computer, camera, wristwatch, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), headphone, conventional apparel and/or medical instruments and game playing controls, for example adding vi...
Encapsulation of flexible electronics: alternatives to multilayers
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Encapsulation of flexible electronics: alternatives to multilayers
16 Sep 2014  |  Worldwide
IDTechEx has been following closely the space for flexible encapsulation and current trends show case that films or in-line deposition based on multi layers (alternating layers of organic and inorganic materials, also known as dyads) is the preferred...
A*STAR's SIMTech to build local capabilities for printed electronics
A*STAR's SIMTech to build local capabilities for printed electronics
16 Sep 2014  |  Singapore
A*STAR's Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) has launched a Collaborative Industry Project (CIP) on Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing of Functional Film and Printed Electronics to help companies develop technological and production cap...
Webinar: Flexible Displays and Flexible Sensors
Webinar: Flexible Displays and Flexible Sensors
15 Sep 2014  |  Worldwide
Webinar Title: Flexible Displays and Flexible Sensors Date: Thursday 25 September Presenter: Dr Guillaume Chansin, Technology Analyst, IDTechEx The advent of "wearable technology" has sparked a wave of interest for new components that a...
Rethinking the basic science of graphene synthesis
Rethinking the basic science of graphene synthesis
15 Sep 2014  |  United States
A new route to making graphene has been discovered that could make the 21st century's wonder material easier to ramp up to industrial scale. Graphene -- a tightly bound single layer of carbon atoms with super strength and the ability to conduct heat ...
Printed RFID Tag from Japanese Consortium
Printed RFID Tag from Japanese Consortium
12 Sep 2014  |  Japan
Under the NEDO project, a group consisting of The University of Tokyo and others successfully transmitted an unique identification signal at a commercial frequency using high performance organic thin film transistor that can be manufactured by print ...
First graphene-based flexible display produced
First graphene-based flexible display produced
11 Sep 2014  |  United Kingdom
A flexible display incorporating graphene in its pixels' electronics has been successfully demonstrated by the Cambridge Graphene Centre and Plastic Logic, the first time graphene has been used in a transistor-based flexible device. The partnership...
ITO replacements: time to take-off or fizzle out
ITO replacements: time to take-off or fizzle out
10 Sep 2014  |  Worldwide
Over the past five years there have been a large number of companies developing transparent conductive film (TCF) alternatives for indium tin oxide (ITO). Including material providers and film providers, research and events firm IDTechEx has profiled...
 
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