Companies / Markets

PragmatIC Semiconductor (Cambridge, UK), a world leader in flexible electronics, has unveiled PragmatIC Park, Durham, UK, as the site for installation of its second FlexLogIC fabrication line producing ultra-low-cost flexible integrated circuits.

 


Companies / Markets

The signs are set for growth in the flexible, organic, and printed electronics industry. This is the clear message from the latest business climate survey conducted by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), with 86 percent of the survey participants expecting the industry to continue its positive development in 2022. “We have seen that innovation has continued through the pandemic, and our members throughout the supply chain and product cycle are looking forward to positive near-term growth,” summarises Stan Farnsworth, chair of the OE-A board and chief marketing officer of NovaCentrix, regarding the results of the latest OE-A Business Climate Survey for the international press at LOPEC 2022 in Munich, Germany.

 


Exhibitions / Events

In the medical industry, as well as the automotive industry, printed and organic electronics have reached mass production. This is evident at LOPEC, which was held from 22-24 March 2022 in the ICM Munich. A total of 156 exhibitors from 23 countries and around 2000 visitors from more than 35 countries visited Munich for this international exhibition and conference for flexible, organic and printed electronics. The proportion of international participants was over 50 percent.

 


Exhibitions / Events

LOPEC, the international exhibition and conference for flexible, organic and printed electronics, will soon open its doors in the ICM Munich. From 22-24 March, exhibitors from Germany and abroad will present conductive nano-inks, wafer thin paper batteries and many other innovations.

 


Companies / Markets

PragmatIC Semiconductor (Cambridge, UK), a world leader in flexible electronics, is leading an Innovate UK, Smart Sustainability Plastic Packaging business project that will make reusable plastic packaging systems a reality at scale. The project code-named TRACE (Technology-enabled Reusable Assets for a Circular Economy) will use PragmatIC’s ultra-low-cost NFC technology to give reusable containers unique digital identities (UIDs) so that the packages can be efficiently and effectively returned and reused.