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Printed Electronics USA 2014
Printed Electronics World
 
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2nd annual Canadian Printed Electronics Symposium
2nd annual Canadian Printed Electronics Symposium
21 Apr 2014  |  Canada
The National Research Council (NRC), CMC Microsystems and the Printability and Graphic Communications Institute (ICI) have joined forces again this year to lead the 2nd annual Canadian Printed Electronics Symposium. Held at the Xerox Research Centre ...
New tech could lead to night vision contact lenses
New tech could lead to night vision contact lenses
18 Apr 2014  |  United States
An ultrathin light detector that can sense wavelengths our eyes can't see has the potential to put heat vision technology into a contact lens, its University of Michigan developers say. Heat or thermal vision, one variety of night vision, illuminat...
Novel printed electronics technologies closer to mainstream
Novel printed electronics technologies closer to mainstream
Press Release  |  18 Apr 2014  |  Portugal
Ynvisible has revealed its printed electronics prototyping platform, Printoo. Printoo is an ArduinoTM-compatible platform that brings previously unavailable printed, low power, and flexible electronics technologies directly to anyone interested in de...
Canatu to launch CNB™ Flex Film
Canatu to launch CNB™ Flex Film
17 Apr 2014  |  Japan
Canatu has developed a unique, bendable transparent conductive film optimised specifically for wearable, electronic touch screen devices and next generation foldable smart phones and tablets. CNB™ Flex Film will be shown at an event in Japan th...
Progress with passive RFID
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Progress with passive RFID
16 Apr 2014  |  United States
RFID progress heats up but governments are still placing the largest orders by value IDTechEx finds that the RFID market - including tags, readers, software and services, for passive and active RFID - will grow from $7.88 billion in 2013 to $9.2 bil...
Conductive Inks: booming to $2.8 billion by 2024
Conductive Inks: booming to $2.8 billion by 2024
16 Apr 2014  |  Worldwide
The conductive ink and paste business is a large market that will generate $1.6 billion in 2014 in revenue at the ink/paste level. This market however is segmented, consisting of many emerging and mature markets. In the new report Conductive Ink Mark...
Flexible carbon nanotubes made more reliable and efficient
Flexible carbon nanotubes made more reliable and efficient
16 Apr 2014  |  United States
Engineers would love to create flexible electronic devices, such as e-readers that could be folded to fit into a pocket. One approach involves designing circuits based on electronic fibers, known as carbon nanotubes (CNTs), instead of rigid silicon c...
End users learning and engaged in developing printed electronics
End users learning and engaged in developing printed electronics
16 Apr 2014  |  Worldwide
The IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event made one thing very clear - now, more than ever, end users are actively learning and engaged in developing printed electronics devices. However, the process they go through with the industry is not effe...
Developing materials and electronics that dissolve when triggered
Developing materials and electronics that dissolve when triggered
15 Apr 2014  |  United States
A medical device, once its job is done, could harmlessly melt away inside a person's body. Or, a military device could collect and send its data and then dissolve away, leaving no trace of an intelligence mission. Or, an environmental sensor could co...
E-textiles come center stage
E-textiles come center stage
14 Apr 2014  |  Worldwide
So far, there is very little true e-textile in production - that is, textiles with electronic and/or electric functionality based on weavable e-fibers. They form part of the broader category called textile electronics mainly involving no use of e-fib...
 
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