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Printed Electronics World
Aug 23, 2006
IDTechEx seek companies who want to raise money

IDTechEx seek companies who want to raise money

If you are looking to raise money for your business involved in RFID, Printed Electronics or Smart Packaging, IDTechEx can offer free help.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 23, 2006
The Price-Sensitivity Curve for RFID

The Price-Sensitivity Curve for RFID

The correlation between the volume and pricing of RFID tags has been a much debated topic in recent times. Here is Dr Peter Harrop's forecast on pricing for the next ten years and his justification behind the figures.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2006
Item level RFID - the prosperous market 2006-2016

Item level RFID - the prosperous market 2006-2016

Item level RFID is set for substantial growth over the next decade. A new study from IDTechEx forecasts and explores key markets that will apply item-level tagging, advances in technology and the mass adoption that will follow. Dr. Peter Harrop from IDTechEx summarises this study. See www.idtechex.com/item for more information.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 18, 2006
Opportunities in Pharma RFID and Smart Packaging

Opportunities in Pharma RFID and Smart Packaging

RFID in healthcare is growing rapidly to become a $2.1 billion global business in 2016. Smart packaging for healthcare has additional value, for example, ensuring that people take the correct pills at the right time. RFID can improve the lives of patients in many different ways...
Printed Electronics World
Aug 17, 2006
RFID in the Air Industry and Land Transport

RFID in the Air Industry and Land Transport

With IATA's decision to settle on one standard for RFID tags in airline baggage that sector of the market is due to rise from $20 million in 2006 to $100 million in 2016. RFID will also be used by airlines to tag crucial aeroplane parts and by airports to improve security...
Printed Electronics World
Jul 18, 2006
2000 RFID Case Studies Reveal Surprises

2000 RFID Case Studies Reveal Surprises

The IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase, the world's largest searchable database of RFID in action, has reached 2000 cases, revealing surprising trends. In this article Dr Peter Harrop analyses lessons, global trends and statistics from 2000 RFID implementations.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 11, 2006
Progress in the largest RFID market of all

Progress in the largest RFID market of all

Item level tagging is happening faster than most realize - 200 million tags will be used in 2006 for item level tagging alone - mainly on apparel, books and drugs to name a few applications.The seventh annual RFID Smart Labels Europe event focuses on the progress to item level tagging, giving analysis of suitable technologies from global experts.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 7, 2006
RFID in New Zealand and Australia

RFID in New Zealand and Australia

An analysis of RFID adoption in New Zealand and Australia. Australia and New Zealand have some leadership positions in adopting RFID but in some other respects, these countries are laggards in adopting RFID and need to benchmark against best practice elsewhere and catch up. Learn of the major RFID projects in these countries so far.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 4, 2006
Commercializing Breakthroughs

Commercializing Breakthroughs

Printed Electronics World
Jun 12, 2006
A view from Venture Capitalists investing in RFID

A view from Venture Capitalists investing in RFID

Investors seek unique technologies, then some major customers. Passive RFID oversupplied; but opportunities for active RFID and software.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2006
Passive and Active RFID at Smart Labels Europe

Passive and Active RFID at Smart Labels Europe

In 2006 1.3 Billion RFID tags will be sold, with 500 million being applied to pallets and cases, over 200 million for contactless smart cards and the rest in a very diverse range of markets. Learn of these developments at RFID Smart Labels Europe, now co-located with Europe's first Active RFID summit.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2006
VCs highlight interest in Printed Electronics

VCs highlight interest in Printed Electronics

Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2006
Analysis from Printed Electronics Europe 2006

Analysis from Printed Electronics Europe 2006

Printed Electronics Europe concentrated on commercialisation rather than academic research and the full picture of all printed electronics, not just organics. Indeed, it was revealed that inorganic electronic inks and materials are becoming more important.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 27, 2006
Success for printed carbon zinc batteries

Success for printed carbon zinc batteries

Printed Electronics World
Apr 21, 2006
IDTechEx wins Queen's award for outstanding growth

IDTechEx wins Queen's award for outstanding growth

We are delighted to announce that we have won the UK's most prestigious business award.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2006
OLED lighting and large area signage

OLED lighting and large area signage

Printed Electronics World
Apr 10, 2006
Highlights from RFID Smart Labels USA 2006

Highlights from RFID Smart Labels USA 2006

The fifth - and largest - IDTechEx event RFID Smart Labels USA event
Printed Electronics World
Apr 6, 2006
Flexo vs gravure

Flexo vs gravure

As processes are scaled up and costs have to come down, we see printed electronics increasingly being made with traditional high speed printing technology, particularly as suitably thin, high integrity inks become available. Read about this battle.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2006
RFID Profit - the Taboo Subject

RFID Profit - the Taboo Subject

In any rapidly emerging market sector, there are those that make bold initiatives but miss their targets and there are those that quietly create profitable businesses. So it is with RFID, where many companies are reviewing their strategies after disappointment while others are succeeding. However, as far as the press and the analysts are concerned, profit is a taboo subject. Until now.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2006
Printed Electronics will Change the World

Printed Electronics will Change the World

Printed electronics is rapidly moving from inventions to commercialisation. This transition will be explored in the conference Printed Electronics Europe April 20-21 in Churchill College Cambridge UK. Bookings are at a record level.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 23, 2006
IDTechEx seek companies who want to raise money

IDTechEx seek companies who want to raise money

If you are looking to raise money for your business involved in RFID, Printed Electronics or Smart Packaging, IDTechEx can offer free help.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 19, 2006
Item level RFID - the prosperous market 2006-2016

Item level RFID - the prosperous market 2006-2016

Item level RFID is set for substantial growth over the next decade. A new study from IDTechEx forecasts and explores key markets that will apply item-level tagging, advances in technology and the mass adoption that will follow. Dr. Peter Harrop from IDTechEx summarises this study. See www.idtechex.com/item for more information.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 17, 2006
RFID in the Air Industry and Land Transport

RFID in the Air Industry and Land Transport

With IATA's decision to settle on one standard for RFID tags in airline baggage that sector of the market is due to rise from $20 million in 2006 to $100 million in 2016. RFID will also be used by airlines to tag crucial aeroplane parts and by airports to improve security...
Printed Electronics World
Jul 11, 2006
Progress in the largest RFID market of all

Progress in the largest RFID market of all

Item level tagging is happening faster than most realize - 200 million tags will be used in 2006 for item level tagging alone - mainly on apparel, books and drugs to name a few applications.The seventh annual RFID Smart Labels Europe event focuses on the progress to item level tagging, giving analysis of suitable technologies from global experts.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 4, 2006
Commercializing Breakthroughs

Commercializing Breakthroughs

Printed Electronics World
Jun 7, 2006
Passive and Active RFID at Smart Labels Europe

Passive and Active RFID at Smart Labels Europe

In 2006 1.3 Billion RFID tags will be sold, with 500 million being applied to pallets and cases, over 200 million for contactless smart cards and the rest in a very diverse range of markets. Learn of these developments at RFID Smart Labels Europe, now co-located with Europe's first Active RFID summit.
Printed Electronics World
May 12, 2006
Analysis from Printed Electronics Europe 2006

Analysis from Printed Electronics Europe 2006

Printed Electronics Europe concentrated on commercialisation rather than academic research and the full picture of all printed electronics, not just organics. Indeed, it was revealed that inorganic electronic inks and materials are becoming more important.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 21, 2006
IDTechEx wins Queen's award for outstanding growth

IDTechEx wins Queen's award for outstanding growth

We are delighted to announce that we have won the UK's most prestigious business award.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 10, 2006
Highlights from RFID Smart Labels USA 2006

Highlights from RFID Smart Labels USA 2006

The fifth - and largest - IDTechEx event RFID Smart Labels USA event
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2006
RFID Profit - the Taboo Subject

RFID Profit - the Taboo Subject

In any rapidly emerging market sector, there are those that make bold initiatives but miss their targets and there are those that quietly create profitable businesses. So it is with RFID, where many companies are reviewing their strategies after disappointment while others are succeeding. However, as far as the press and the analysts are concerned, profit is a taboo subject. Until now.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 23, 2006
The Price-Sensitivity Curve for RFID

The Price-Sensitivity Curve for RFID

The correlation between the volume and pricing of RFID tags has been a much debated topic in recent times. Here is Dr Peter Harrop's forecast on pricing for the next ten years and his justification behind the figures.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 18, 2006
Opportunities in Pharma RFID and Smart Packaging

Opportunities in Pharma RFID and Smart Packaging

RFID in healthcare is growing rapidly to become a $2.1 billion global business in 2016. Smart packaging for healthcare has additional value, for example, ensuring that people take the correct pills at the right time. RFID can improve the lives of patients in many different ways...
Printed Electronics World
Jul 18, 2006
2000 RFID Case Studies Reveal Surprises

2000 RFID Case Studies Reveal Surprises

The IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase, the world's largest searchable database of RFID in action, has reached 2000 cases, revealing surprising trends. In this article Dr Peter Harrop analyses lessons, global trends and statistics from 2000 RFID implementations.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 7, 2006
RFID in New Zealand and Australia

RFID in New Zealand and Australia

An analysis of RFID adoption in New Zealand and Australia. Australia and New Zealand have some leadership positions in adopting RFID but in some other respects, these countries are laggards in adopting RFID and need to benchmark against best practice elsewhere and catch up. Learn of the major RFID projects in these countries so far.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 12, 2006
A view from Venture Capitalists investing in RFID

A view from Venture Capitalists investing in RFID

Investors seek unique technologies, then some major customers. Passive RFID oversupplied; but opportunities for active RFID and software.
Printed Electronics World
May 17, 2006
VCs highlight interest in Printed Electronics

VCs highlight interest in Printed Electronics

Printed Electronics World
Apr 27, 2006
Success for printed carbon zinc batteries

Success for printed carbon zinc batteries

Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2006
OLED lighting and large area signage

OLED lighting and large area signage

Printed Electronics World
Apr 6, 2006
Flexo vs gravure

Flexo vs gravure

As processes are scaled up and costs have to come down, we see printed electronics increasingly being made with traditional high speed printing technology, particularly as suitably thin, high integrity inks become available. Read about this battle.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2006
Printed Electronics will Change the World

Printed Electronics will Change the World

Printed electronics is rapidly moving from inventions to commercialisation. This transition will be explored in the conference Printed Electronics Europe April 20-21 in Churchill College Cambridge UK. Bookings are at a record level.
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