The HeLi-on flexible solar panel for charging mobile phones


The Danish start-up company infinityPV has launched a crowdfunding campaign for its new HeLi-on product, a super compact solar charger for the pocket. Using a powerful and flexible solar panel, HeLi-on is reported to facilitate phone charging significantly. The panel is assisted by a built-in rechargeable battery that ensures power even on a cloudy day.

The new integrated equipment for 3D additive fabrication by NovaCentrix and nScrypt


NovaCentrix, a leading manufacturer of photonic curing tools for the printed electronics industry based in Austin (TX), USA, and nScrypt, manufacturer of precision micro-dispensing and 3D printing systems based in Orland (FL), USA, have announced the introduction of their new integrated equipment designed especially for 3D additive fabrication.

The new Sicrys I50TM-119 ink under the microscope


PV Nano Cell, an innovative single-crystal nanometric conductive digital inks producer based in Israel, has announced the release of its new product, Sicrys I50TM-119. It is the latest in its portfolio of conductive digital inks that have the capability to significantly advance printed electronic technologies.

The TOXDTECT project aims at a significant reduction of food waste by using printed electronics technology


Packaging in general and active packaging in particular are conceived for reducing food waste by extending the shelf life of fresh and processed products, thereby extending the benefits for retailers, producers and consumers. Now, INSPIRALIA, a Spanish-based new product development company with expertise in energy and environment, as well as industry and healthcare, has developed a novel intelligent packaging solution for fresh bovine meat products based on printed electronics.

The Wove Band from Polyera was presented at the OE-A meeting in Taiwan

Exhibitions / Events

Over 140 international high level representatives of renowned organisations like AUO, CPT, E Ink, ITRI, Heraeus, Raynergy Tek, NovaCentrix and Merck gathered in Taiwan to get a global view on organic and printed electronics and discuss collaboration possibilities. The meeting was organised by the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A; a working group within the VDMA dedicated to organic and printed electronics).