DuPont Intexar smart clothing, healthpatch prototype, Kapton conductive and dielectric inks and more
DuPont showcases a wide portfolio of materials for Printed Electronics at the IDTechEx show in Santa Clara. Highlights are its Intexar smart clothing technology including new healthpatch prototypes for wireless patient monitoring, the latest generation in-mold electronics material set and Kapton conductive and dielectric inks for high temperature performance.
Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019
A*ccelerate and SIMTech are part of A*STAR- Singapore's lead public sector agency that spearheads economic oriented research to advance scientific discovery and develop innovation technology for the industry. SIMTech develops high-precision roll-to-roll manufacturing technology platforms for large area functional films and printed electronics as building blocks and scale-up for next generation of smart wearable application. A*ccelerate partners with collaborators to bridge gap and fast track commercialization.
Together with our industry partners- Singapore Asahi Chemical & Solder, KPP Packaging and KaHa, we bring multi-disciplinary capabilities in materials, Roll to Roll manufacturing of flexible hybrid module and data analytics to streamline development of innovative products from lab to market.
Learn more about A*Star: http://www.a-star.edu.sg/simtech
ACI manufactures high-performance inks, pastes, and coatings using a revolutionary cavitation process coupled with decades of combined formulation experience.
Learn more about ACI: http://www.acimaterials.com
ZSK looks back on more than one hundred years of a successful history in textile engineering. Founded in 1984 by former employees of Zangs, a renowned company with great tradition based in Krefeld, ZSK has acquired the market leadership in a highly competitive line of industry: German high-class workmanship has always been our focus, each customer gets a machine in accordance with his individual requirements, the production is subject to rigid acceptance standards, each machine is made to measure to some extent.
Wearables designed specifically for women with a specific health need. With Carin, women can work on their pelvic health in the privacy of their homes with minimal intervention in daily life.
StretchSense creates polymer soft sensing arrays as stretchy sensors for Smart Clothing. It's a 7 layer capacitive sensor measuring any movement. They are over 130 people in the factory who can create any garment size, with high consistency, low cost.
Interviewed at the IDTechEx Show! USA: http://IDTechEx.com/USA
BeBop makes fabric sensors that are piezo-resistive, they showed off their latest product the Forte Wireless Glove that can sense finger movements and incorporates haptic feedback. Ideally used in VR applications, this glove can work for 15 hours on a single charge, it is a one size fits all model, very fast response up to 150 frames/second for gaming applications, unique haptic actuators embedded at each finger tip. BeBop also showed pressure sensing foot pads and hand tracking system both using their fabric sensor technology. The company has been shipping its sensors into musical instruments sold by its sister company KMI, one such example was the BopPad a musical drum pad that is in the market already. BeBop is silicon valley based startup, expecting to go into mass production this year.
Tacterion shows their innovative and unique capacitive+resistive technology is a highly flexible and stretchable sensor called sensorskin which consists of silicone polymer material and is completely stretchable. Sensors can be deployed on the surface of 3D-curved and even deformable objects for detecting and characterizing interaction and pressure on any surface. The technology is optimized for environments that require the products to be sensitive and extremely robust at the same time. The target markets are Robotics, MedTech, Automotive, Industrial applications and HMI (e.g. Consumer Electronics). Filmed at the IDTechEx Show!