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RUSNANO invests in MEMS

RUSNANO invests in MEMS

RUSNANO co-invests in the development of electronic components for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) for use in sensors, computing and telecommunications equipment.
External Company Press Release
SuVolta's innovative PowerShrink

SuVolta's innovative PowerShrink

SuVolta announces PowerShrink Planar CMOS platform to dramatically reduce integrated circuit power consumption
External Company Press Release
Ensemble™ Epaq MR

Ensemble™ Epaq MR

Fully compatible with EPICS software tools and applications
Printed Electronics World
Jun 8, 2011
New world record for solar cell conversion efficiency

New world record for solar cell conversion efficiency

New superstrate material poised to enable flexible, lightweight and efficient thin film solar modules.
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm opens Japan office

Thinfilm opens Japan office

Prof. Jiro Kasahara, former executive technical director at Sony, will represent Thinfilm in Japan
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2011
Smart battery design

Smart battery design

mPhase Technologies has been granted a United States patent for the unique concept of a smart battery design that could contain different battery chemistries within the same battery configuration or battery pack.
External Company Press Release
Dyesol expands global R&D capabilities

Dyesol expands global R&D capabilities

Dyesol is a global solar technology company with a mission to advance the commercialization of DSC technology. It manufactures and supplies a range of dye solar cell products comprising equipment, chemicals, materials, components and related services to researchers and manufacturers of DSC.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 6, 2011
New e-mobility event is better for component suppliers

New e-mobility event is better for component suppliers

Those making subsystems, components and materials for electric vehicles gain little from meeting only the high profile electric car companies at e-mobility events. The queue is very long to supply these companies and the pricing is often extremely challenging. By contrast, a look at the big picture of electric vehicles by land, water and air reveals a huge number of often highly profitable niche applications.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 6, 2011
Two devices will replace lead acid traction batteries

Two devices will replace lead acid traction batteries

It is like waiting for a bus. You wait and wait then two come at the same time. Alternatives to short lived, toxic lead acid traction batteries, with their indifferent performance, have been sought for over 100 years. Now both lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors are near to replacing lead acid traction batteries in the many traction applications where they are still used.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 6, 2011
W&M joins Virginia Nanoelectronics Center

W&M joins Virginia Nanoelectronics Center

Vanadium dioxide—or VO2—is an interesting substance with a number of intriguing properties, including its propensity to switch from an insulator to a conductor at moderate temperatures.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 3, 2011
TDK starts mass production of see-through type high-definition OLED

TDK starts mass production of see-through type high-definition OLED

TDK Corporation has started mass production of a newly developed see-through passive matrix type QVGA organic EL display (product name: UEL476) from this Spring, a world's first*.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2011
Electric vehicles become electronic

Electric vehicles become electronic

About 80% of the value of a military jet aircraft lies in the circuitry, up from almost nothing a century ago. Civil airliners are about 50% electric and electronic, whereas the family car is around 30% so far, all these percentages steadily rising. The point is that an aircraft has far more than the radar, communications and other instruments accessed by the pilot: it is a sea of sensors, fuel controls and servo systems in the engines, wings and elsewhere. Even the family car adds much more than the satnav, phone, proximity sensors and other electronics directly assisting the driver, the MEMS accelerometer controlling the air bags being just one of an increasingly huge number of out-of-sight safety and other measures controlled by circuitry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2011
Swiss researchers flexible solar cells new world record

Swiss researchers flexible solar cells new world record

Record efficiency of 18.7% for flexible CIGS solar cells on plastics
Printed Electronics World
Jun 1, 2011
IGNIS Innovation Inc. world's first amorphous silicon AMOLED product

IGNIS Innovation Inc. world's first amorphous silicon AMOLED product

IGNIS announces a 3.47" 320x480 pixel AMOLED display, manufactured by RiTdisplay Corporation, and built with IGNIS's patented AdMo™ compensation technology which makes the display more stable and more uniform. The display is ideal for mobile phones and other portable applications that require the bright image, rich colors, ultra-high contrast, and lower power of an AMOLED display.
External Company Press Release
GenShock energy harvesting suspension passes military durability

GenShock energy harvesting suspension passes military durability

US Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center recently completed a four week accelerated durability test of GenShock technology on the M1152 HMMWV.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 1, 2011
The FDC and UDC produce flexible, full-color AMOLED prototype displays

The FDC and UDC produce flexible, full-color AMOLED prototype displays

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University and Universal Display Corporation have successfully fabricated the first full-color, flexible active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) display prototypes using the Center's bond/de-bond manufacturing process, in combination with Universal Display's full-color, top-emission phosphorescent OLED technology and materials.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 1, 2011
Profiles of military electric vehicle suppliers

Profiles of military electric vehicle suppliers

Suppliers and developers of electric vehicles for the US Military.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2011
Flexible films for photovoltaics

Flexible films for photovoltaics

Displays that can be rolled up and flexible solar cells - both are potential future markets. Barrier layers that protect thin-film solar cells from oxygen and water vapor and thus increase their useful life are an essential component.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2011
BAE Systems exceeds 3500 hybrid bus drive trains

BAE Systems exceeds 3500 hybrid bus drive trains

BAE Systems says it has cumulatively delivered more than 3,500 units of its hybrid electric propulsion system called the HybriDrive series, netting it over $350 million and making it one of the most successful suppliers of subsystems in the history of the electric vehicle.
Printed Electronics World
May 30, 2011
DOE Invests in silicon ink manufacturer Innovalight

DOE Invests in silicon ink manufacturer Innovalight

Innovalight will receive $3.4 million under the SunShot initiative by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
External Company Press Release
RUSNANO invests in MEMS

RUSNANO invests in MEMS

RUSNANO co-invests in the development of electronic components for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) for use in sensors, computing and telecommunications equipment.
External Company Press Release
Ensemble™ Epaq MR

Ensemble™ Epaq MR

Fully compatible with EPICS software tools and applications
External Company Press Release
Thinfilm opens Japan office

Thinfilm opens Japan office

Prof. Jiro Kasahara, former executive technical director at Sony, will represent Thinfilm in Japan
External Company Press Release
Dyesol expands global R&D capabilities

Dyesol expands global R&D capabilities

Dyesol is a global solar technology company with a mission to advance the commercialization of DSC technology. It manufactures and supplies a range of dye solar cell products comprising equipment, chemicals, materials, components and related services to researchers and manufacturers of DSC.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 6, 2011
Two devices will replace lead acid traction batteries

Two devices will replace lead acid traction batteries

It is like waiting for a bus. You wait and wait then two come at the same time. Alternatives to short lived, toxic lead acid traction batteries, with their indifferent performance, have been sought for over 100 years. Now both lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors are near to replacing lead acid traction batteries in the many traction applications where they are still used.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 3, 2011
TDK starts mass production of see-through type high-definition OLED

TDK starts mass production of see-through type high-definition OLED

TDK Corporation has started mass production of a newly developed see-through passive matrix type QVGA organic EL display (product name: UEL476) from this Spring, a world's first*.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2011
Swiss researchers flexible solar cells new world record

Swiss researchers flexible solar cells new world record

Record efficiency of 18.7% for flexible CIGS solar cells on plastics
External Company Press Release
GenShock energy harvesting suspension passes military durability

GenShock energy harvesting suspension passes military durability

US Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center recently completed a four week accelerated durability test of GenShock technology on the M1152 HMMWV.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 1, 2011
Profiles of military electric vehicle suppliers

Profiles of military electric vehicle suppliers

Suppliers and developers of electric vehicles for the US Military.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2011
BAE Systems exceeds 3500 hybrid bus drive trains

BAE Systems exceeds 3500 hybrid bus drive trains

BAE Systems says it has cumulatively delivered more than 3,500 units of its hybrid electric propulsion system called the HybriDrive series, netting it over $350 million and making it one of the most successful suppliers of subsystems in the history of the electric vehicle.
External Company Press Release
SuVolta's innovative PowerShrink

SuVolta's innovative PowerShrink

SuVolta announces PowerShrink Planar CMOS platform to dramatically reduce integrated circuit power consumption
Printed Electronics World
Jun 8, 2011
New world record for solar cell conversion efficiency

New world record for solar cell conversion efficiency

New superstrate material poised to enable flexible, lightweight and efficient thin film solar modules.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2011
Smart battery design

Smart battery design

mPhase Technologies has been granted a United States patent for the unique concept of a smart battery design that could contain different battery chemistries within the same battery configuration or battery pack.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 6, 2011
New e-mobility event is better for component suppliers

New e-mobility event is better for component suppliers

Those making subsystems, components and materials for electric vehicles gain little from meeting only the high profile electric car companies at e-mobility events. The queue is very long to supply these companies and the pricing is often extremely challenging. By contrast, a look at the big picture of electric vehicles by land, water and air reveals a huge number of often highly profitable niche applications.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 6, 2011
W&M joins Virginia Nanoelectronics Center

W&M joins Virginia Nanoelectronics Center

Vanadium dioxide—or VO2—is an interesting substance with a number of intriguing properties, including its propensity to switch from an insulator to a conductor at moderate temperatures.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 2, 2011
Electric vehicles become electronic

Electric vehicles become electronic

About 80% of the value of a military jet aircraft lies in the circuitry, up from almost nothing a century ago. Civil airliners are about 50% electric and electronic, whereas the family car is around 30% so far, all these percentages steadily rising. The point is that an aircraft has far more than the radar, communications and other instruments accessed by the pilot: it is a sea of sensors, fuel controls and servo systems in the engines, wings and elsewhere. Even the family car adds much more than the satnav, phone, proximity sensors and other electronics directly assisting the driver, the MEMS accelerometer controlling the air bags being just one of an increasingly huge number of out-of-sight safety and other measures controlled by circuitry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 1, 2011
IGNIS Innovation Inc. world's first amorphous silicon AMOLED product

IGNIS Innovation Inc. world's first amorphous silicon AMOLED product

IGNIS announces a 3.47" 320x480 pixel AMOLED display, manufactured by RiTdisplay Corporation, and built with IGNIS's patented AdMo™ compensation technology which makes the display more stable and more uniform. The display is ideal for mobile phones and other portable applications that require the bright image, rich colors, ultra-high contrast, and lower power of an AMOLED display.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 1, 2011
The FDC and UDC produce flexible, full-color AMOLED prototype displays

The FDC and UDC produce flexible, full-color AMOLED prototype displays

The Flexible Display Center (FDC) at Arizona State University and Universal Display Corporation have successfully fabricated the first full-color, flexible active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) display prototypes using the Center's bond/de-bond manufacturing process, in combination with Universal Display's full-color, top-emission phosphorescent OLED technology and materials.
Printed Electronics World
May 31, 2011
Flexible films for photovoltaics

Flexible films for photovoltaics

Displays that can be rolled up and flexible solar cells - both are potential future markets. Barrier layers that protect thin-film solar cells from oxygen and water vapor and thus increase their useful life are an essential component.
Printed Electronics World
May 30, 2011
DOE Invests in silicon ink manufacturer Innovalight

DOE Invests in silicon ink manufacturer Innovalight

Innovalight will receive $3.4 million under the SunShot initiative by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
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