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PragmatiC latest flexible processors at IDTechEx Show!

Posted by Charbax – December 5, 2019

PragmatIC is a world leader in ultra-low-cost flexible electronics, enabling the potential for trillions of smart objects that can engage with consumers and their environments. Our unique technology platform delivers flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs) that are thinner than a human hair and can be easily embedded into everyday objects. PragmatIC's solutions provide the opportunity to add new functionality, as well as extending proven applications such as RFID and NFC into mass market use cases previously prohibited by the cost of traditional silicon ICs. Our novel, differentiated products are being adopted by a growing base of global companies across diverse markets, including consumer goods, games, retail, pharmaceutical and security sectors. PragmatIC's first product family, the ConnectIC series of RFID FlexICs was launched in February 2019 within 2 months received orders for over 20 million units from customers in Europe, North America and Asia, endorsing it as the ideal solution for introducing connectivity into mass market applications. PragmatIC is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with our first billion-unit production facility in Sedgefield. Shareholders include Cambridge Innovation Capital, Avery Dennison and Arm.

Filmed at IDTechEx Show! USA 2019

Copprint Copper for Printed Electronics much cheaper than silver eco-friendly

Posted by Charbax – December 3, 2019

Copprint https://copprint.com/ claims that the future of printed electronics is copper. Copprint is the leader in conductive Nano copper inks for additive copper printing. We are ushering in a new era of printed electronics, empowering ubiquitous conductivity. Their rapid self-sintering, oxidation free Nano Copper Inks enable very-low cost, high conductivity, environmentally friendly printed electronics embedded everywhere.
Copprint breakthrough Nano Copper inks outperform silver inks and etched Copper or Aluminum, bringing the advantages of additive manufacturing to printed electronics Copprint's product portfolio offers full substrate freedom for really simple printed electronic fabrication on paper, PET, PI, HJT PV.
Conductive Copper inks are finally available. Just print and sinter for 2 sec to achieve up to 50% bulk conductivity. The new inks allow low-temperature sintering under air and do not require any special equipment like photonic or laser sintering. Made out of Copper nanoparticles - it is much cheaper than silver inks and environmentally friendly and compatible with standard printing equipment.

Speaker Biography (Ofer Shochet)

Dr. Ofer Shochet is an entrepreneur and a technology visionary, specializing in the development and successful implementation of future technologies in various companies at various fields of technologies.

Ofer is the founder of Copprint and serves as a Board member at Velo 3D Inc.

Ofer served between 2009 and 2014 as EVP Products, at Stratasys (nasdaq:SSYS), the world leader in 3D printing. In his position Ofer led the company's Products division including Systems R&D, material development and R&D product management.

Prior to Stratasys, Ofer had been the founder in parallel of several companies in multiple high-tech fields. One of which, Navajo Systems, a pioneer in SaaS security, was acquired by Salesforce.com. This followed six years at Verint Systems, where he served as SVP and built the Corporate Technology Group, focusing on future technologies development in the area of speech, text and video analytics, and delivering solutions to the corporate, retail and government markets. Prior to that Ofer had been founder and EVP of Vigil Technologies which specialized in automatic business intelligence gathering and analysis from internet sources. Ofer also served as VP R&D at Silicon Graphics Biomedical, where he focused on 3D medical imaging, Computer Graphics and High-Performance Computing.

Ofer served five years at the Israeli intelligence corps and was awarded with the prestigious Presidential Israel Security award. Ofer holds a PhD and MSc (Magna cum Laude) in Physics from Tel Aviv University.

Filmed at IDTechEx Show! USA 2019, watch all my IDTechEx Show videos in this playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYvj5DMYbuqY8FTkLD0R_PlfC

Find more information about the next IDTechEx Shows here:
https://www.idtechex.com/europe
https://www.idtechex.com/usa

Nano OPS prints nano/microelectronics 100x cheaper, 1000x smaller, 1000x faster

Posted by Charbax – December 3, 2019

Nano OPS, Inc. http://nano-ops.net/ presents a disruptive technology for printing nano and microelectronics that will forever change the electronics and sensors landscape. Nano OPS, Inc. manufactures and markets two product lines:
Fully automated printer systems for printing micro and nanoscale devices with integrated alignment and registration; annealing and inspection.
Printed wireless sensor system technology that could be chemical or bio; in addition to temperature, humidity, and other environmental sensors their technology enables printing of micro and nanoscale electronics and sensors (down to 20nm). Prints electronics with a cost saving of 10 to 100 times Prints on any rigid or flexible flat surface.
Prints at ambient temperature and pressure.
Prints using any conductive, semiconducting or insulating materials.
Their fully automated printing systems include integrated registration and alignment; annealing and inspection New printed wireless sensor system technology.
Patented new printed chemical and biosensor technology.

Filmed at IDTechEx Show! USA 2019

Molex Copper Flex and Silver Flex Printed Circuit Solutions at IDTechEx Show!

Posted by Charbax – December 3, 2019

Molex develops printed electronic solutions that solve complex technical and business challenges for the world's innovators by anticipating and delivering what our customers need most. From a globally integrated approach to seamless collaboration, we bring expertise and innovation together to help bring your product vision to reality. With manufacturing and design facilities around the world, our operations work closely with yours to deliver results that leverage our heritage of innovation in interconnect technology, and bring unparalleled expertise to the complex electronic solutions of tomorrow.

Filmed at IDTechEx Show! USA 2019

Smooth & Sharp Corporation Direct on Paper RFID Tag, Eco friendly, sustainable

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

Smooth & Sharp Corporation http://www.sns.com.tw/en/index.php/ Eco friendly, sustainable Direct on Paper RFID Tag and FHE products, Why paper, because the conventional RFID tag contains plastic foil,
Why printed antenna, because traditional RFID antenna is made with Wet Chemical Etching process, which is very polluted.
Simplified structure in RFID tag, one adhesive layer and one process less. Also Print on Demand process, saved material and process cost versus traditional chemical etching process and more.

Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019

Ampcera Solid-State Lithium battery 200% more energy, 10x faster charge, half cost ceramic-polymer

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

This technology combines Ampcera’s proprietary and patent-pending ceramic-polymer composite solid-state electrolyte materials and innovative roll-to-roll manufacturing technology to enable high throughout and low-cost production of game-changing lithium batteries, delivering 200% energy density at 50% the cost and 10x faster charging speed as compared to today’s lithium ion batteries on the market.

Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019

BILIANA K. Invest in Data as Art – Data Quantification Prototype Presentation at IDTechEx Show!

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

Biliana K http://www.bilianak.com makes unique digital assets in a format of Quantified Data as Art in tangible and virtual objects.
She uses data to quantify the human experience as digital gold (an unique asset as Art) that is non duplicable, non replicable data set as Quantified Data: Data as private property. Not for analysis and decision making services. She wants to establish an ownership of Data as Art.
The Data Behind the Art
Your Data, genuine and authentic to each person, will be transformed into pure Art Work, where desire and necessity to transcend reality, inhabit this virtual and physical artefact of Quantified Data. So you can leave with it, so it can last forever and remains relevant for the future people that will leave around it.
NON REPLICABLE APPROACH
Combining COMPUTING and MEMORY, Biliana K. creates and unique Art Work from the personal Data of each individual and the memory that it encapsulates at each individual moment in time.
Each Art Work is containing different aspects of what makes as humans, emotions, thoughts, desires. The personal data contains all these different aspects of human existence and experience, being captured at any given time.
The Art Work is the fusion of the Physical Self (Body, environment parameters) Digital Self (Data parameters) and Human Self (emotional parameters).

Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019

Dino-Lite digital microscope AM73915MZT wit magnification range of 1-230x at IDTechEx Show!

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

Dino-Lite http://dinolite.us digital microscope are the original handheld digital microscopes. The main model shown in this video is the AM73915MZT which has a magnification range of 1-230x, automatic magnification reading for easy measurement taking, and EDOF (extended depth of field) one click focus stacking.

Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019

DuPont Intexar smart clothing, healthpatch prototype, Kapton conductive and dielectric inks and more

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

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

Holst Centre R&D institute printed and flexible electronics for automotive

Posted by Charbax – December 2, 2019

Holst Centre is a R&D institute from the Netherlands focusing on printed and flexible electronics For this years IDTechEx we decided to focus on our activities for automotive. Next to integrating electronics in polycarbonate substrates (in mold structural electronics), we are also integrating electronics into glass First the circuits are printed on PET or PVB, then components are placed such as LED’s or chips before laminating the printed electronics into glass The challenge is processing on substrates with very low glass-transition temperature and lamination of relatively thick components without any distortions. The demonstrator we show here uses a transparent capacitive touch button to switch on the LED’s. This enables functional glass which can be used as user interface in public transport, in architectural applications and road user communication for cars Starting with printing electronics in 2D, we now also print in 3D. The machine we have partially developed in-house uses the principle of stereolithography, where a curable photopolymer is hardened layer-by-layer by applying UV light. Using modular illumination, the system can rapidly print large designs. Within the system we are able to place components such as near field chips and dispense lines. This enables small series production: from digital design and raw materials to a 3D electronics structure. The main benefits are being able to optimize the volume dimensions and the fact that the result is rugged. We work with this technology for applications in chip packaging, automotive and defense but we are also looking for other applications Large arrays of elastomer based pressure sensors on flexible substrates such as TPU enables unobtrusive monitoring of posture when laminated into chairs, beds, wheelchairs etc. These pressure sensors consist of a piezo resistive material with a suspended conductive membrane. When pressure is applied, a resistance is measured. The printing technology enables low cost sensing capability over a large area. The example demonstrated is a large pressure sensitive mat, but we also offer fully printed piezo-electric sensors to measure motion and temperature sensors. By integrating many different sensing modalities and measuring at many locations, a lot of data is available to optimize the signal for a specific application, such as a driver drowsiness monitor. Next to these examples Holst Centre works on flexible displays, smart clothing and many other exciting applications of printed electronics. We are happy to see at this IDTechEx event that Faurecia announces volume production of so called plastronics. For the success of the printed electronics industry it is important that all parties in the value chain collaborate to bring even more products to market using printed electronics technology. As Holst we are always looking for new partners to take on this challenge together.

Filmed at IDTechEx USA 2019