DPP's technology for passive RFID antennas is now entering the market thanks to the cooperation with Mühlbauer

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DP Patterning AB (DPP), subsidiary of the Swedish non-profit electronic research institute Acreo, has signed a contract with the smart card, smart label and semiconductor producer Mühlbauer Group from Roding, Germany. The agreement gives Mühlbauer exclusive rights to exploit passive RFID antennas on the market. This unique manufacturing technology had been developed by Norrköping-based DPP.

The research of Evonik and Holst Centre has now resulted in an introduction to mass production for the iXsenic technology


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A smart sunscreen bottle using printed electronics technology


A recent industry-led design project by Brunel University London has produced a range of innovative packaging concepts with incorporated printed electronics elements. Crown Packaging, a leading manufacturer of metal packaging with headquarters in Philadelphia (PA), USA, has teamed up with The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), a UK-based technology innovation centre, in order to set a challenge to 36 postgraduate design, innovation and branding students from Brunel University.

Greg Frisby, industry manager at Sensory Analytics receives the C2 Asia/ICE daily Innovation Award from C2 and OPE publisher Franz Hermann


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An Inputek touch screen with Heraeus' Clevios conductive polymers inside


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