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Automotive Interior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Automotive Interior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Manufacturers are increasingly using interior features to distinguish between models and from other brands, creating substantial opportunities for printed/flexible electronics. This IDTechEx premium article examines some of the key opportunities.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Printed Electronics at SID Display week

Event Summary: Printed Electronics at SID Display week

The well-known SID Display Week conference was held virtually between 17th and 21st of May. While all aspects of the display industry and associated technologies are discussed at SID Display week, this premium article focuses on companies/organizations relevant to printed and/or flexible electronics.
Printed Electronics World
May 27, 2021
Organic, Printable Device Could Restore Sight to the Blind

Organic, Printable Device Could Restore Sight to the Blind

A Sydney engineer is developing a low-cost, 3D printed electrical device that uses absorbed light to fire the neurons that transmit signals from the eyes to the brain, acting as an artificial retina for those who have lost this capacity.
External Company Press Release
E Ink Launches the World's First On-Cell Touch ePaper Module

E Ink Launches the World's First On-Cell Touch ePaper Module

E Ink today announced the launch of the world's first On-Cell Touch ePaper module. This new On-Cell touch ePaper module supports both the E Ink Kaleido Plus Print Color technology platform and the E Ink Carta black and white ePaper technology platform.
Printed Electronics World
May 26, 2021
Fabric has Potential Cooling Effect for Smartwatch Wearers

Fabric has Potential Cooling Effect for Smartwatch Wearers

As smartwatches become more powerful, they will generate more heat. To prevent burns or rashes, what if a material touching the skin could feel as cool as metal, but also be flexible enough to be worn on the wrist?
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Thermal Interface Materials for 5G Infrastructure

Thermal Interface Materials for 5G Infrastructure

The need for effective thermal management of 5G infrastructure is discussed in this IDTechEx premium article
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Conductive Joining Technologies: The Race to Replace Lead-Based Solder

Conductive Joining Technologies: The Race to Replace Lead-Based Solder

This IDTechEx premium article investigates alternative die attach materials
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
BEV Thermal Management Innovation 2021

BEV Thermal Management Innovation 2021

Battery Electric Vehicle Thermal Management Innovation 2021 was an online event that took place between 10th-14th May 2021. The focus was around thermal management materials, strategies and components for electric vehicles (EVs). This IDTechEx premium article presents some of the highlights.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automotive Exterior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Automotive Exterior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Vehicle exteriors present more opportunities for printed/flexible electronics than might be expected. This IDTechEx premium articles examines some of the key opportunities.
Printed Electronics World
May 25, 2021
New Possibilities for 3D-Printing Human Tissue, Vocal Chord Repair

New Possibilities for 3D-Printing Human Tissue, Vocal Chord Repair

There is no replacement for the vocal cords when damage is severe or permanent. Now, a team of materials scientists has developed a soft material with promise of new treatments in the future. Their novel soft material, called an elastomer, is very stretchable and 10,000 times softer than a conventional rubber, matching the mechanical properties of vocal cords. The elastomer can be 3D printed for use in health care.
External Company Press Release
Graphene Flagship spin-off Qurv Will Develop Imaging Technology

Graphene Flagship spin-off Qurv Will Develop Imaging Technology

Qurv was founded to develop graphene-enabled wide-spectrum image sensor technologies for next-generation computer vision applications, bringing unprecedented intelligence to products and services.
Printed Electronics World
May 24, 2021
What Micro-LED Displays Mean to the Display Business

What Micro-LED Displays Mean to the Display Business

What disruptions can Micro-LED displays bring to us, and will the future displays require Micro-LED technology? What are their potential applications and what are the hypes and realities? These are the questions addressed in the new IDTechEx report "Micro-LED Displays 2021-2031: Technology, Commercialization, Opportunity, Market and Players".
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2021
Stabiliser Residue Inhibits Conductivity in 3D Printed Electronics

Stabiliser Residue Inhibits Conductivity in 3D Printed Electronics

Very thin layers of organic stabiliser residue in metal nanoparticle inks are behind a loss of conductivity in 3D printed materials and electronic devices, according to the findings of a new study.
Printed Electronics World
May 20, 2021
Safer, Greener Way to Make Solar Cells:  Replacement for Toxic Solvent

Safer, Greener Way to Make Solar Cells: Replacement for Toxic Solvent

Scientists have found a way to replace the toxic, unsustainable solvents currently needed to make the next generation of solar technology. Printed carbon perovskite solar cells have been described as a likely front runner to the market because they are extremely efficient at converting light to electricity, cheap and easy to make.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2021
Fast, Affordable Solution for Transparent Displays and Semiconductors

Fast, Affordable Solution for Transparent Displays and Semiconductors

Scientists have developed a roll-based damage-free transfer technique that allows two-dimensional nanomaterials to be transferred into wafer scale without damage. The proposed technique has a variety of applications from transparent displays and semiconductors to displays for self-driving cars, and is expected to accelerate the commercialization of 2D nanomaterial-based high-performance devices.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2021
Join the Webinar on Stationary Energy Storage Without Batteries

Join the Webinar on Stationary Energy Storage Without Batteries

Thursday 3 June 2021 - This webinar uniquely gives an appraisal of stationary storage for electricity supply beyond batteries and pumped hydro. See some of the results of IDTechEx prioritising all the options within gravity storage of many types, air, hydrogen, thermal and supercapacitors and their variants for example.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2021
3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-printable gels with improved and highly controlled properties can be created by merging micro- and nano-sized networks of the same materials harnessed from seaweed, according to new research. The findings could have applications in biomedical materials - think of biological scaffolds for growing cells - and soft robotics.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2021
Upcoming Webinar - Flexible Electronics for Automotive Applications

Upcoming Webinar - Flexible Electronics for Automotive Applications

Thursday 27 May 2021 - In this webinar Dr Matthew Dyson, a Technology Analyst at IDTechEx specializing in printed/flexible electronics, will discuss a wide range of emerging applications for printed/flexible electronics technologies within the automotive sector, along with a forecast adoption timeline.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2021
Smart Bandage Diagnoses Infection

Smart Bandage Diagnoses Infection

Bandages are great for covering wounds, but they would be much more useful if they could also detect infections. By embedding nanosensors in the fibers of a bandage, researchers have created a continuous, noninvasive way to detect and monitor an infection in a wound.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2021
New Creation Could Give Robots Human-Like Sense of Touch

New Creation Could Give Robots Human-Like Sense of Touch

Robots and machines are getting smarter with the advancement of artificial intelligence, but they still lack the ability to touch and feel their subtle and complex surroundings like human beings. Now, researchers have invented a smart foam that can give machines more than a human touch.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automotive Interior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Automotive Interior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Manufacturers are increasingly using interior features to distinguish between models and from other brands, creating substantial opportunities for printed/flexible electronics. This IDTechEx premium article examines some of the key opportunities.
Printed Electronics World
May 27, 2021
Organic, Printable Device Could Restore Sight to the Blind

Organic, Printable Device Could Restore Sight to the Blind

A Sydney engineer is developing a low-cost, 3D printed electrical device that uses absorbed light to fire the neurons that transmit signals from the eyes to the brain, acting as an artificial retina for those who have lost this capacity.
Printed Electronics World
May 26, 2021
Fabric has Potential Cooling Effect for Smartwatch Wearers

Fabric has Potential Cooling Effect for Smartwatch Wearers

As smartwatches become more powerful, they will generate more heat. To prevent burns or rashes, what if a material touching the skin could feel as cool as metal, but also be flexible enough to be worn on the wrist?
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Conductive Joining Technologies: The Race to Replace Lead-Based Solder

Conductive Joining Technologies: The Race to Replace Lead-Based Solder

This IDTechEx premium article investigates alternative die attach materials
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Automotive Exterior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Automotive Exterior Opportunities for Printed/Flexible Electronics

Vehicle exteriors present more opportunities for printed/flexible electronics than might be expected. This IDTechEx premium articles examines some of the key opportunities.
External Company Press Release
Graphene Flagship spin-off Qurv Will Develop Imaging Technology

Graphene Flagship spin-off Qurv Will Develop Imaging Technology

Qurv was founded to develop graphene-enabled wide-spectrum image sensor technologies for next-generation computer vision applications, bringing unprecedented intelligence to products and services.
Printed Electronics World
May 21, 2021
Stabiliser Residue Inhibits Conductivity in 3D Printed Electronics

Stabiliser Residue Inhibits Conductivity in 3D Printed Electronics

Very thin layers of organic stabiliser residue in metal nanoparticle inks are behind a loss of conductivity in 3D printed materials and electronic devices, according to the findings of a new study.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2021
Fast, Affordable Solution for Transparent Displays and Semiconductors

Fast, Affordable Solution for Transparent Displays and Semiconductors

Scientists have developed a roll-based damage-free transfer technique that allows two-dimensional nanomaterials to be transferred into wafer scale without damage. The proposed technique has a variety of applications from transparent displays and semiconductors to displays for self-driving cars, and is expected to accelerate the commercialization of 2D nanomaterial-based high-performance devices.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2021
3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-printable gels with improved and highly controlled properties can be created by merging micro- and nano-sized networks of the same materials harnessed from seaweed, according to new research. The findings could have applications in biomedical materials - think of biological scaffolds for growing cells - and soft robotics.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2021
Smart Bandage Diagnoses Infection

Smart Bandage Diagnoses Infection

Bandages are great for covering wounds, but they would be much more useful if they could also detect infections. By embedding nanosensors in the fibers of a bandage, researchers have created a continuous, noninvasive way to detect and monitor an infection in a wound.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Event Summary: Printed Electronics at SID Display week

Event Summary: Printed Electronics at SID Display week

The well-known SID Display Week conference was held virtually between 17th and 21st of May. While all aspects of the display industry and associated technologies are discussed at SID Display week, this premium article focuses on companies/organizations relevant to printed and/or flexible electronics.
External Company Press Release
E Ink Launches the World's First On-Cell Touch ePaper Module

E Ink Launches the World's First On-Cell Touch ePaper Module

E Ink today announced the launch of the world's first On-Cell Touch ePaper module. This new On-Cell touch ePaper module supports both the E Ink Kaleido Plus Print Color technology platform and the E Ink Carta black and white ePaper technology platform.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Thermal Interface Materials for 5G Infrastructure

Thermal Interface Materials for 5G Infrastructure

The need for effective thermal management of 5G infrastructure is discussed in this IDTechEx premium article
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
BEV Thermal Management Innovation 2021

BEV Thermal Management Innovation 2021

Battery Electric Vehicle Thermal Management Innovation 2021 was an online event that took place between 10th-14th May 2021. The focus was around thermal management materials, strategies and components for electric vehicles (EVs). This IDTechEx premium article presents some of the highlights.
Printed Electronics World
May 25, 2021
New Possibilities for 3D-Printing Human Tissue, Vocal Chord Repair

New Possibilities for 3D-Printing Human Tissue, Vocal Chord Repair

There is no replacement for the vocal cords when damage is severe or permanent. Now, a team of materials scientists has developed a soft material with promise of new treatments in the future. Their novel soft material, called an elastomer, is very stretchable and 10,000 times softer than a conventional rubber, matching the mechanical properties of vocal cords. The elastomer can be 3D printed for use in health care.
Printed Electronics World
May 24, 2021
What Micro-LED Displays Mean to the Display Business

What Micro-LED Displays Mean to the Display Business

What disruptions can Micro-LED displays bring to us, and will the future displays require Micro-LED technology? What are their potential applications and what are the hypes and realities? These are the questions addressed in the new IDTechEx report "Micro-LED Displays 2021-2031: Technology, Commercialization, Opportunity, Market and Players".
Printed Electronics World
May 20, 2021
Safer, Greener Way to Make Solar Cells:  Replacement for Toxic Solvent

Safer, Greener Way to Make Solar Cells: Replacement for Toxic Solvent

Scientists have found a way to replace the toxic, unsustainable solvents currently needed to make the next generation of solar technology. Printed carbon perovskite solar cells have been described as a likely front runner to the market because they are extremely efficient at converting light to electricity, cheap and easy to make.
Printed Electronics World
May 19, 2021
Join the Webinar on Stationary Energy Storage Without Batteries

Join the Webinar on Stationary Energy Storage Without Batteries

Thursday 3 June 2021 - This webinar uniquely gives an appraisal of stationary storage for electricity supply beyond batteries and pumped hydro. See some of the results of IDTechEx prioritising all the options within gravity storage of many types, air, hydrogen, thermal and supercapacitors and their variants for example.
Printed Electronics World
May 18, 2021
Upcoming Webinar - Flexible Electronics for Automotive Applications

Upcoming Webinar - Flexible Electronics for Automotive Applications

Thursday 27 May 2021 - In this webinar Dr Matthew Dyson, a Technology Analyst at IDTechEx specializing in printed/flexible electronics, will discuss a wide range of emerging applications for printed/flexible electronics technologies within the automotive sector, along with a forecast adoption timeline.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2021
New Creation Could Give Robots Human-Like Sense of Touch

New Creation Could Give Robots Human-Like Sense of Touch

Robots and machines are getting smarter with the advancement of artificial intelligence, but they still lack the ability to touch and feel their subtle and complex surroundings like human beings. Now, researchers have invented a smart foam that can give machines more than a human touch.
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