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Consortium  develops prototype of new heating concept for EVs

Consortium develops prototype of new heating concept for EVs

In the consortium project Printed Electronics, the BMW Group, Lohmann GmbH & Co. KG and Papierfabrik Louisenthal GmbH under the direction of KEX Knowledge Exchange AG have recently developed a prototype of a new heating concept for electric cars.
Printed Electronics World
Dec 20, 2018
Royole,  Airbus enter partnership on flexible electronic technologies

Royole, Airbus enter partnership on flexible electronic technologies

Royole Corporation and Airbus China Innovation Centre have formally signed a strategic memorandum of understanding. The two parties will collaborate to develop applications that implement flexible electronic technologies in various environments and investigate the possibilities for commercial cooperation.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2016
Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics are beginning to proliferate, with a variety of components and devices coming to market. Several end-user verticals are expected to benefit from the host of advantages these technologies offer and the automotive sector is no exception.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 3, 2015
Sydney launches world's first e-paper traffic signs

Sydney launches world's first e-paper traffic signs

Australian Road and Maritime Services has installed e-paper traffic signs on Sydney roads, representing the first time that electronic ink, a technology best known from e-book readers and smart watches, has been used in traffic signage
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2015
World's first multitouch, button-free 3D shaped panel for automotive

World's first multitouch, button-free 3D shaped panel for automotive

A pioneering 3D encapsulated touch sensor for the automotive industry.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2014
3D electronic printing holds promise of applications for soldiers

3D electronic printing holds promise of applications for soldiers

As researchers at Picatinny Arsenal explore the potential of 3-dimensional printing, they envision the potential to embed a radio antenna on the side of a Soldier's helmet, or print sensors directly onto a weapon or even an article of clothing.
Press Release
Interlink Electronics' MicroModule integrated in Daisy Data

Interlink Electronics' MicroModule integrated in Daisy Data

Interlink Electronics, Inc. has announced that Daisy Data has integrated Interlink's MicroModule, "mouse" pointing module into the latest Daisy Data 19 inch military PC-Fleetmate PC, their specifically designed solution for shipboard systems.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 3, 2012
Printed Electronics for Electric Vehicles

Printed Electronics for Electric Vehicles

More and more giant corporations are buying into printed electrics by acquiring companies partly or wholly in the field. The world's second largest chemical company Dow bought Rohm & Haas (materials), 3M bought into Printechnologics (printed patterns read by mobile phones) and DuPont bought Innovalight (nanosilicon layers to increase photovoltaic efficiency).
Printed Electronics World
Jun 15, 2011
Electric vehicle value chain is changing

Electric vehicle value chain is changing

Currently the key enabling technologies in electric vehicles are motors, batteries and control systems. For the next ten years, add to that energy harvesting, supercapacitors (ultracapacitors) and range extenders that replace internal combustion engines in hybrids, notably fuel cells and mini turbines.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2011
Swimming with sensors

Swimming with sensors

Sensors printed onto the sleeves of wetsuits could alert the wearer to contaminated water. Navy divers could also use the sensors to locate underwater explosives, such as mines.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2011
Electric vehicle infrastructure surprises

Electric vehicle infrastructure surprises

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure will see a frenzy of change over the next ten years. That will involve how it is made and installed, how it operates and even whether it is needed at all. For example, the 1.3 million electric vehicles for the disabled, obese and elderly being sold this year will rise to over three million in 2021 and none of them will have a charging station - you simply plug them into a regular socket. Registering that…
Printed Electronics World
Dec 20, 2018
Royole,  Airbus enter partnership on flexible electronic technologies

Royole, Airbus enter partnership on flexible electronic technologies

Royole Corporation and Airbus China Innovation Centre have formally signed a strategic memorandum of understanding. The two parties will collaborate to develop applications that implement flexible electronic technologies in various environments and investigate the possibilities for commercial cooperation.
Printed Electronics World
Aug 3, 2015
Sydney launches world's first e-paper traffic signs

Sydney launches world's first e-paper traffic signs

Australian Road and Maritime Services has installed e-paper traffic signs on Sydney roads, representing the first time that electronic ink, a technology best known from e-book readers and smart watches, has been used in traffic signage
Printed Electronics World
Jan 6, 2014
3D electronic printing holds promise of applications for soldiers

3D electronic printing holds promise of applications for soldiers

As researchers at Picatinny Arsenal explore the potential of 3-dimensional printing, they envision the potential to embed a radio antenna on the side of a Soldier's helmet, or print sensors directly onto a weapon or even an article of clothing.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 3, 2012
Printed Electronics for Electric Vehicles

Printed Electronics for Electric Vehicles

More and more giant corporations are buying into printed electrics by acquiring companies partly or wholly in the field. The world's second largest chemical company Dow bought Rohm & Haas (materials), 3M bought into Printechnologics (printed patterns read by mobile phones) and DuPont bought Innovalight (nanosilicon layers to increase photovoltaic efficiency).
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2011
Swimming with sensors

Swimming with sensors

Sensors printed onto the sleeves of wetsuits could alert the wearer to contaminated water. Navy divers could also use the sensors to locate underwater explosives, such as mines.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 27, 2016
Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics in vehicles: a $5.5bn opportunity

Printed and flexible electronics are beginning to proliferate, with a variety of components and devices coming to market. Several end-user verticals are expected to benefit from the host of advantages these technologies offer and the automotive sector is no exception.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 17, 2015
World's first multitouch, button-free 3D shaped panel for automotive

World's first multitouch, button-free 3D shaped panel for automotive

A pioneering 3D encapsulated touch sensor for the automotive industry.
Press Release
Interlink Electronics' MicroModule integrated in Daisy Data

Interlink Electronics' MicroModule integrated in Daisy Data

Interlink Electronics, Inc. has announced that Daisy Data has integrated Interlink's MicroModule, "mouse" pointing module into the latest Daisy Data 19 inch military PC-Fleetmate PC, their specifically designed solution for shipboard systems.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 15, 2011
Electric vehicle value chain is changing

Electric vehicle value chain is changing

Currently the key enabling technologies in electric vehicles are motors, batteries and control systems. For the next ten years, add to that energy harvesting, supercapacitors (ultracapacitors) and range extenders that replace internal combustion engines in hybrids, notably fuel cells and mini turbines.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 13, 2011
Electric vehicle infrastructure surprises

Electric vehicle infrastructure surprises

Electric vehicle charging infrastructure will see a frenzy of change over the next ten years. That will involve how it is made and installed, how it operates and even whether it is needed at all. For example, the 1.3 million electric vehicles for the disabled, obese and elderly being sold this year will rise to over three million in 2021 and none of them will have a charging station - you simply plug them into a regular socket. Registering that…