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IDTechEx provides independant analysis, views and reports on "the new electronics" - ultra-high volume, low cost, laminar electronic products. These are creating huge new markets, and often require alternative manufacturing processes to the traditional electronics industry.
Is Graphene Green?

Is Graphene Green?

Printed Electronics World
Oct 5, 2022
World's First Printer for Soft, Stretchable Electronics

World's First Printer for Soft, Stretchable Electronics

Voltera has announced the launch of NOVA, a groundbreaking manufacturing platform for printing flexible hybrid electronics. NOVA uses direct-write technology to print circuits on soft, stretchable, and conformable surfaces.
External Company Press Release
E Ink and Sharp Collaborate on Oxide Backplanes for Next Gen ePaper

E Ink and Sharp Collaborate on Oxide Backplanes for Next Gen ePaper

E Ink Holdings Inc and Sharp Display Technology Corporation announced the collaboration with each other, and adopt SDTC's indium gallium zinc oxide backplanes for ePaper modules using in eReader and eNote products.
External Company Press Release
Neotech AMT and Nextex Ventures announce partnership in North America

Neotech AMT and Nextex Ventures announce partnership in North America

Neotech AMT has signed an agreement with Nextex Ventures, LLC to market their range of 5-axis systems for 3D Printed Electronics in North America.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 3, 2022
Kindle Scribe—the First Kindle for Reading and Writing

Kindle Scribe—the First Kindle for Reading and Writing

Amazon has introduced Kindle Scribe—the next generation of Kindle that unites reading with writing. Kindle Scribe features the world's first 10.2-inch, 300 pixels per inch, Paperwhite display, and an included pen that never needs charging.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 30, 2022
Wearable Sensors Styled into T-Shirts and Face Masks

Wearable Sensors Styled into T-Shirts and Face Masks

Researchers have embedded new low-cost sensors that monitor breathing, heart rate, and ammonia into t-shirts and face masks. Potential applications range from monitoring exercise, sleep, and stress to diagnosing and monitoring disease through breath and vital signs.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2022
Upcoming Webinar on Opportunities in Thin Film Photovoltaics

Upcoming Webinar on Opportunities in Thin Film Photovoltaics

Wednesday 5 October 2022 - The opportunities presented by thin film photovoltaics; Discussion of the barriers facing the commercialisation of thin film photovoltaics; Overview of emerging applications for thin film photovoltaics and readiness levels; and Roadmaps for the future of thin film photovoltaics
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2022
Improved Heat Dissipation in Thin Film Devices

Improved Heat Dissipation in Thin Film Devices

The last few decades have witnessed a tremendous advance in electronics technology, with the development of devices that are thinner, lightweight, flexible, and robust. However, as the devices get thinner so does the space for accommodating the internal working components. This has created an issue of improper heat dissipation in thin-film devices, since conventional heat sink materials are bulky and cannot be integrated into them.
External Company Press Release
Environmentally Responsible Electronics

Environmentally Responsible Electronics

In2tec and Sun Chemical have developed a series of patented ultra-low temperature releasable adhesives, manufacturing (ReUSE®) and recycling processes (ReCYCLE™) for the fabrication of electronic circuit assemblies.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 27, 2022
Thin Film Technologies for the Energy Transition

Thin Film Technologies for the Energy Transition

Glass facades characterize modern architecture. While solar radiation serves to support heating in winter, the building interior heats up in summer and requires active cooling. Smart windows can regulate the solar radiation according to the weather situation - a forward-looking solution in times of energy saving. Researchers have now succeeded in producing the world's first thermochromic layer on ultra-thin glass in a roll-to-roll process. These results will make mechanical blinds superfluous in the future and at the same time reduce the cooling and heating energy requirements of a building.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 5, 2022
World's First Printer for Soft, Stretchable Electronics

World's First Printer for Soft, Stretchable Electronics

Voltera has announced the launch of NOVA, a groundbreaking manufacturing platform for printing flexible hybrid electronics. NOVA uses direct-write technology to print circuits on soft, stretchable, and conformable surfaces.
External Company Press Release
Neotech AMT and Nextex Ventures announce partnership in North America

Neotech AMT and Nextex Ventures announce partnership in North America

Neotech AMT has signed an agreement with Nextex Ventures, LLC to market their range of 5-axis systems for 3D Printed Electronics in North America.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 30, 2022
Wearable Sensors Styled into T-Shirts and Face Masks

Wearable Sensors Styled into T-Shirts and Face Masks

Researchers have embedded new low-cost sensors that monitor breathing, heart rate, and ammonia into t-shirts and face masks. Potential applications range from monitoring exercise, sleep, and stress to diagnosing and monitoring disease through breath and vital signs.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 28, 2022
Improved Heat Dissipation in Thin Film Devices

Improved Heat Dissipation in Thin Film Devices

The last few decades have witnessed a tremendous advance in electronics technology, with the development of devices that are thinner, lightweight, flexible, and robust. However, as the devices get thinner so does the space for accommodating the internal working components. This has created an issue of improper heat dissipation in thin-film devices, since conventional heat sink materials are bulky and cannot be integrated into them.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 27, 2022
Thin Film Technologies for the Energy Transition

Thin Film Technologies for the Energy Transition

Glass facades characterize modern architecture. While solar radiation serves to support heating in winter, the building interior heats up in summer and requires active cooling. Smart windows can regulate the solar radiation according to the weather situation - a forward-looking solution in times of energy saving. Researchers have now succeeded in producing the world's first thermochromic layer on ultra-thin glass in a roll-to-roll process. These results will make mechanical blinds superfluous in the future and at the same time reduce the cooling and heating energy requirements of a building.
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