Category: Printed Electronics

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AGFA printed electronics PEDOT:PSS conductive polymer and nano silver ink, interview with IDTechEx

Posted by Charbax – January 12, 2015

In Printed Electronics Agfa offer a PEDOT:PSS conductive polymer and, recently, a nano silver ink. The PEDOT:PSS material is used for antistatic optical films and device packaging. In this application AGFA coat the substrate themselves. AGFA also has developed a range of screen printed PEDOT:PSS conductive inks. The material is widely used in polymer capacitors. The emerging application is transparent electrodes. AGFA has also developed a nanosilver ink to support high conductivity over a long range with short range conductivity and transparency provided by PEDOT:PSS.

This interview with AGFA and IDTechEx was conducted at Printed Electronics USA - the largest event in the world on the topic. For more information see http://www.idtechex.com

GSI Technologies at Printed Electronics USA

Posted by Charbax – January 10, 2015

GSI Technologies is a Burr Ridge, Illinois based specialty contract manufacturer of printed electronic devices and components. The company has decades of experience manufacturing electrodes, electroluminescent lamps, inlays, heating elements and other related components using roll-to-roll and automatic sheet fed printing processes. Whether you are a start-up or an OEM, GSI supports bringing your products off the lab bench and into full production. Many successful projects have been scaled from an initial prototype through to annual volumes in the millions to billions. Learn more in this interview made at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA show. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com

The Rising Tide of Wearable Tech with Alfred Poor and Dan Rosenbaum

Posted by Charbax – January 8, 2015

At the IDTechEx conferences in Santa Clara, California, I have a conversation with Alfred Poor (Editor of Health Tech Insider), Dan Rosenbaum (Editor of Wearable Tech Insider), and James Hayward (Technology Analyst with IDTechEx). The wide ranging discussion covered wearable technology, printable electronics, and the other new technology on display at the conference. The three experts shared their views on the future of personal technology, and what will drive the growth of these markets.

IDTechEx interview Xenon at Printed Electronics USA

Posted by Charbax – January 7, 2015

XENON has over 50 years of experience providing high energy pulsed light lamps and systems to industries as diverse as medical devices, optical storage media, displays and semiconductors. Xenon engineers have solved low-temperature curing problems for new process technologies, based on the extraordinary range of power and system flexibility of pulsed light. High peak energy lamp systems are used in emerging applications such as sintering nanoparticle inks on low-temperature substrates and low-temperature curing thin film materials such as organic photovoltaics, OLED displays and multi-layer flexible circuits. Learn more in this interview at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA show. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com

Interview with Heraeus at Printed Electronics USA

Posted by Charbax – January 6, 2015

In this video we interview Dr Stephan Kirchmeyer, Global Technical Director, Display & Semiconductor from Heraeus. Dr Kirchmeyer is based at the Conductive Polymers Division of Heraeus and discusses their polymer and metal inks and their curing process technology. The interview was conducted at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA conference and tradeshow, the largest event on the topic in the World. For more information see www.IDTechEx.com.

Why conglomerate group YFY is interested in Printed Electronics, from Felix Ho, CEO

Posted by Charbax – November 24, 2014

Felix Ho, CEO of Taiwanese based YFY Group, a diversified conglomerate company owning companies such as E Ink, creating electrophoretic displays, and Arizon, creating RFID inlays, describes in this video their interest in printed electronics. Ho gave a keynote presentation at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event in Santa Clara, Ca on November 19-20 2014, the world’s largest event on printed, flexible and organic electronics with around 3000 attendees and 200 exhibitors. Before the event, Ho reported, "YFY believes printed electronics will connect and empower everyday objects in ways we never imagined. We have eagerly followed the field for almost 2 decades, and never has the space been more active and relevant than now. We are anxious to see the field's progress, and hope to draw inspiration from the participants at the industry's leading event from IDTechEx." For more information see www.IDTechEx.com

Production tools to enable Printed Electronics from NovaCentrix, shown at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA Event

Posted by Charbax – November 24, 2014

As lead sponsor of the 2014 IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA event, NovaCentrix walks us through their impressive exhibition booth in this video providing insight on how to move from research and development through to commercial production in printed electronics. Here, NovaCentrix show their tools, including their PulseForge equipment that can sinter printed metallic conductive ink quickly and in room atmosphere, along with the accurate control systems and software enabling full control of the results. NovaCentrix also discuss their materials and how they help companies scale up to production, including their work with partners and new announcements. Learn more at www.novacentrix.com.

This video was taken at the IDTechEx event Printed Electronics USA on Nov 19-20 2014 in Santa Clara, Ca, USA, Learn more at www.IDTechEx.com

Introducing the world’s largest emerging technology show by IDTechEx

Posted by Charbax – November 24, 2014

Nearly 3000 technology industry audiences and about 200 exhibitors convened at the Santa Clara convention center in silicon valley for the world’s largest emerging technology show hosted by IDTechEx, the leader in emerging technology research, consulting and events. The 2014 event featured Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics, Wearable Technology, Graphene, Internet of Things, Super Capacitors, 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting and Storage among the topics at the conference and trade show. The event attracted attendees from 38 countries, featured over 215 presentations, over a dozen masterclasses taught by IDTechEx analysts and industry experts as well as networking events. The show floor also featured a Demonstration Street that showcased state of the art products and technologies from 45 companies, the Manufacturing Street showed products, processes and manufacturing equipment and offered attendees the opportunity to immerse themselves into the world of emerging technologies, to learn and conduct business. Mr Vijay Ullal, semiconductor industry leader, formerly President and COO of Fairchild Semiconductor and former Group President of Maxim Integrated, together with IDTechEx Chairman Dr. Peter Harrop, inaugurated the show and welcomed the attendees. Dr. Khasha Gaffarzadeh, head of consulting at IDTechEx takes us on a tour of the show floor.

IDTechEx is the leader in emerging technology research, intelligence, consulting and events such as this one that just concluded in Santa Clara, California. For additional information please reach them via http://www.idtechex.com

Interview with Guillaume, analyst at IDTechEx

Posted by Charbax – November 18, 2014

Guillaume Chansin (@GChansin) is one of the analysts from IDTechEx. We meet him in Santa Clara where the company is holding their annual US event. We talk about what we will see during the conference and why printed electronics can help make better wearable devices. He also explains printed sensors, flexible displays, and why we will not see flexible LCD anytime soon.

How commercial are graphene and printed electronics industries?

Posted by Charbax – November 18, 2014

Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, the Head of Consulting at IDTechEx discuss the printed electronics, graphene, and supercapacitor industries. Khasha looks at the potential but also some of the challenges facing graphene and draws parallels with the CNT world. Khasha defines the broad and diverse printed electronics industry and explains how there is a wide spectrum of commercial maturity.