News (flexible electronics)

 
Wearables can benefit from advanced features thanks to printed electronics (photo: @StockSnap – pixabay.com)

SmartEEs2 is an original European acceleration programme dedicated to helping innovative companies digitise their businesses thanks to flexible and wearable electronics (FWE) testing, experimentation and manufacturing support. The programme opened a call for application experiments on 6 March 2020 and set five cut – off dates between June 2020 and August 2021 for the evaluation and selection of submitted proposals. All interested companies, satisfying the criteria, are invited to submit their application experiment proposals.

 
bluSensor’s air quality device (photo: Sensirion / bluSensor)

Sensirion (Stäfa, Switzerland), an expert in environmental sensing, has announced that bluSensor (Großgmain, Austria) is using environmental sensors manufactured by Sensirion in its innovative air quality device, bluSensor AIQ.

 
PARC’s new cleanroom enables the development and testing of new products in flexible and printed electronics (photo: PARC)

PARC (Palo Alto, California), a Xerox company, has opened new cleanroom facilities for use by corporate research departments, government agencies and start-up companies to develop prototype electronic devices and novel technologies quickly and cost-effectively.

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