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IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

The fourth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event was held in Hong Kong in mid October. The event this year had much more of a commercialization flair - companies discussing product opportunities and technologies that can be moved to high volume production.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2010
Printed electronics killer applications

Printed electronics killer applications

Printed and partly printed electronics and electrics are not being applied to very expensive things or electronic things first. It is more about modernising printing more than it is about modernising electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

The electric vehicle business is over $33 billion today at ex factory prices but cars are less than half of that. As the market nearly quintuples over the next ten years, cars will rise to nearly 55% of the business but the devil is in the detail...
Printed Electronics World
Jun 4, 2010
Electric cars - learning from the past

Electric cars - learning from the past

In 1880, they said that the future of the car was electric. In April 2010, Bill Ford of Ford Motor Company said "It appears that the biggest game-changer will be electric vehicles."
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2010
IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase passes 4000 RFID projects

IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase passes 4000 RFID projects

By a big margin. the world's largest database of RFID projects is the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase. It has just surpassed 4000 projects in 111 countries. Containing technical details, descriptive text, 770 company RFID slide shows and audio, ...
Printed Electronics World
May 27, 2010
Energy Harvesting Europe and WSN/RTLS Award Winners

Energy Harvesting Europe and WSN/RTLS Award Winners

This week more than 250 people attended the second annual IDTechEx event on Energy Harvesting and Wireless Sensor Networks & Real Time Locating Systems. These two events are co-located given the overlap in topic and attendees were delighted with the breadth of subjects that were covered. The exhibition had trebled from last year to 20 exhibitors.
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2010
Wireless Sensor Networks - We Are Getting There

Wireless Sensor Networks - We Are Getting There

Yet it is only a first step to small devices communicating without human involvement and without those radio masts and their expensive and vulnerable cabling. Remember that...
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2010
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe award winners

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe award winners

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe award winners
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

The burgeoning electric vehicle EV industry cannot be understood by simply looking at cars. The complete market value is, and will remain, about double the market for cars. The leaders such as Toyota, Honda and Nissan make electric vehicles for many applicational sectors.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2010
Printed RFID in 2010

Printed RFID in 2010

IDTechEx projects that the market for passive RFID tags will grow to over $10 billion in sales by 2019. Much of it will continue to use silicon chips. Dr Peter Harrop forecasts the Printed RFID market for 2010.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2009
What you can expect from Printed Electronics in 2010

What you can expect from Printed Electronics in 2010

As we enter the New Year IDTechEx look back and summarises some of the main global trends in 2009 and gives some predictions, and indeed areas of opportunity, for the New Year.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 4, 2009
IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Award Winners Announced

IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Award Winners Announced

IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Award Winners Announced This week the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event opened to more than 900 attendees from 28 countries - by far the World's largest event on the topic. Held in San Jose, CA, the event featured more end users than ever before and grew by almost 25% compared to the same event in 2008. The event featured the annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Awards ceremony, aimed to recognize outstanding achievement.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2009
Printed power at Printed Electronics USA 2009

Printed power at Printed Electronics USA 2009

Electronics and electrics are becoming ubiquitous, the devices appearing on and in higher and higher volume products including e-labels and e-packaging. This calls for different forms of battery, capacitor and other energy storage because priorities such as environmental credentials, thinness and compatibility with energy harvesting (eg. solar cells) come to the fore alongside life and cost.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2009
Energy Harvesting & Storage and RTLS & WSN conference summary

Energy Harvesting & Storage and RTLS & WSN conference summary

The first day of the conference (attended by more than 290 attendees) was focused on presentations from end users of energy harvesting and wireless sensor networks technologies, with the first presentation given by IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das, giving an overview of needs for energy harvesting as well as the three generations of technologies (active RFID, RTLS and mesh & WSN) that have evolved into the current market for Wireless Sensor Networks, a market due to reach US$1.75 Billion by 2019.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2009
Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

This week the IDTechEx events Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) & RTLS took place in Denver, CO, USA. The event was attended by more than 290 attendees, with a brilliantly diverse spread of those through the value chain - from component suppliers to solution providers to many end users from different industries.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2009
Wireless Sensor Networks and RTLS: The Growth Areas

Wireless Sensor Networks and RTLS: The Growth Areas

Active RFID will rise from 10% of the total RFID market this year to 24% in 2019, meaning a huge $6.74 billion market.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 14, 2009
The battery is the car

The battery is the car

Plug in hybrid electric cars are now prioritised by most major car manufacturers. Pure electric on- road cars are prioritised by Nissan and a host of vibrant start up companies, they have one thing in common. The cleverest, most expensive part of their planned vehicles is increasingly the traction battery.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 3, 2009
Printed electronics: Still huge challenges - and opportunities

Printed electronics: Still huge challenges - and opportunities

While materials for organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are getting better and better, and encouraging news about record-breaking parameters in efficacy and luminance were published quite recently, one of the major problems in flexible lighting and display devices is still unsolved: the lifetime of such devices is too short, and hence, customers are not ready to pay, no matter how impressive and elegant the systems may look.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 22, 2009
New topics covered at Printed Electronics Asia

New topics covered at Printed Electronics Asia

While some involved in OLEDs and OTFTs are moving out of the business of printed and potentially printed electronics, work on inorganic materials and compounds is increasing. The IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event in Tokyo will give a balanced view with many presentations being World firsts.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 8, 2009
RFID - Progress in Mid 2009

RFID - Progress in Mid 2009

As forecasted by RFID Forecasts, Players, Opportunities 2009-2019, there has been a surge in orders for RFID in 2009. Despite the world's largest RFID project, the $6 billion China National ID card scheme, being completed a year earlier and now being just at replacement level, the global RFID market is rising 5% this year to $5.56 billion.
External Company Press Release
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

The fourth annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event was held in Hong Kong in mid October. The event this year had much more of a commercialization flair - companies discussing product opportunities and technologies that can be moved to high volume production.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 16, 2010
Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

Electric Vehicles- The Clever Ten Year Strategies

The electric vehicle business is over $33 billion today at ex factory prices but cars are less than half of that. As the market nearly quintuples over the next ten years, cars will rise to nearly 55% of the business but the devil is in the detail...
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2010
IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase passes 4000 RFID projects

IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase passes 4000 RFID projects

By a big margin. the world's largest database of RFID projects is the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase. It has just surpassed 4000 projects in 111 countries. Containing technical details, descriptive text, 770 company RFID slide shows and audio, ...
Printed Electronics World
May 11, 2010
Wireless Sensor Networks - We Are Getting There

Wireless Sensor Networks - We Are Getting There

Yet it is only a first step to small devices communicating without human involvement and without those radio masts and their expensive and vulnerable cabling. Remember that...
Printed Electronics World
Jan 28, 2010
Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

Electric Vehicles - Seeing the Big Picture

The burgeoning electric vehicle EV industry cannot be understood by simply looking at cars. The complete market value is, and will remain, about double the market for cars. The leaders such as Toyota, Honda and Nissan make electric vehicles for many applicational sectors.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 18, 2009
What you can expect from Printed Electronics in 2010

What you can expect from Printed Electronics in 2010

As we enter the New Year IDTechEx look back and summarises some of the main global trends in 2009 and gives some predictions, and indeed areas of opportunity, for the New Year.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 23, 2009
Printed power at Printed Electronics USA 2009

Printed power at Printed Electronics USA 2009

Electronics and electrics are becoming ubiquitous, the devices appearing on and in higher and higher volume products including e-labels and e-packaging. This calls for different forms of battery, capacitor and other energy storage because priorities such as environmental credentials, thinness and compatibility with energy harvesting (eg. solar cells) come to the fore alongside life and cost.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 5, 2009
Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

Energy Harvesting and WSN & RTLS Award Winners Announced

This week the IDTechEx events Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) & RTLS took place in Denver, CO, USA. The event was attended by more than 290 attendees, with a brilliantly diverse spread of those through the value chain - from component suppliers to solution providers to many end users from different industries.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 14, 2009
The battery is the car

The battery is the car

Plug in hybrid electric cars are now prioritised by most major car manufacturers. Pure electric on- road cars are prioritised by Nissan and a host of vibrant start up companies, they have one thing in common. The cleverest, most expensive part of their planned vehicles is increasingly the traction battery.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 22, 2009
New topics covered at Printed Electronics Asia

New topics covered at Printed Electronics Asia

While some involved in OLEDs and OTFTs are moving out of the business of printed and potentially printed electronics, work on inorganic materials and compounds is increasing. The IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia event in Tokyo will give a balanced view with many presentations being World firsts.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 18, 2010
Printed electronics killer applications

Printed electronics killer applications

Printed and partly printed electronics and electrics are not being applied to very expensive things or electronic things first. It is more about modernising printing more than it is about modernising electronics.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 4, 2010
Electric cars - learning from the past

Electric cars - learning from the past

In 1880, they said that the future of the car was electric. In April 2010, Bill Ford of Ford Motor Company said "It appears that the biggest game-changer will be electric vehicles."
Printed Electronics World
May 27, 2010
Energy Harvesting Europe and WSN/RTLS Award Winners

Energy Harvesting Europe and WSN/RTLS Award Winners

This week more than 250 people attended the second annual IDTechEx event on Energy Harvesting and Wireless Sensor Networks & Real Time Locating Systems. These two events are co-located given the overlap in topic and attendees were delighted with the breadth of subjects that were covered. The exhibition had trebled from last year to 20 exhibitors.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2010
IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe award winners

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe award winners

IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe award winners
Printed Electronics World
Jan 7, 2010
Printed RFID in 2010

Printed RFID in 2010

IDTechEx projects that the market for passive RFID tags will grow to over $10 billion in sales by 2019. Much of it will continue to use silicon chips. Dr Peter Harrop forecasts the Printed RFID market for 2010.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 4, 2009
IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Award Winners Announced

IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Award Winners Announced

IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Award Winners Announced This week the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event opened to more than 900 attendees from 28 countries - by far the World's largest event on the topic. Held in San Jose, CA, the event featured more end users than ever before and grew by almost 25% compared to the same event in 2008. The event featured the annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Awards ceremony, aimed to recognize outstanding achievement.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 6, 2009
Energy Harvesting & Storage and RTLS & WSN conference summary

Energy Harvesting & Storage and RTLS & WSN conference summary

The first day of the conference (attended by more than 290 attendees) was focused on presentations from end users of energy harvesting and wireless sensor networks technologies, with the first presentation given by IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das, giving an overview of needs for energy harvesting as well as the three generations of technologies (active RFID, RTLS and mesh & WSN) that have evolved into the current market for Wireless Sensor Networks, a market due to reach US$1.75 Billion by 2019.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 15, 2009
Wireless Sensor Networks and RTLS: The Growth Areas

Wireless Sensor Networks and RTLS: The Growth Areas

Active RFID will rise from 10% of the total RFID market this year to 24% in 2019, meaning a huge $6.74 billion market.
Printed Electronics World
Sep 3, 2009
Printed electronics: Still huge challenges - and opportunities

Printed electronics: Still huge challenges - and opportunities

While materials for organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are getting better and better, and encouraging news about record-breaking parameters in efficacy and luminance were published quite recently, one of the major problems in flexible lighting and display devices is still unsolved: the lifetime of such devices is too short, and hence, customers are not ready to pay, no matter how impressive and elegant the systems may look.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 8, 2009
RFID - Progress in Mid 2009

RFID - Progress in Mid 2009

As forecasted by RFID Forecasts, Players, Opportunities 2009-2019, there has been a surge in orders for RFID in 2009. Despite the world's largest RFID project, the $6 billion China National ID card scheme, being completed a year earlier and now being just at replacement level, the global RFID market is rising 5% this year to $5.56 billion.
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