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During pregnancy, regular medical check-ups provide information about the health and development of the pregnant person and the child. However, these examinations only provide snapshots of their state, which can be dangerous, especially in high-risk cases. To enable convenient and continuous monitoring during this sensitive phase, an international research consortium is planning to further develop the technology of smart textiles. A patch equipped with highly sensitive electronics is meant to collect and evaluate vital data. In addition, the sensors will be integrated into baby clothing in order to improve the future of medical monitoring for newborns with the highest level of data security.


Neotech AMT GmbH (Nuremberg, Germany) announces the successful installation of the first new 15XBT System for 3D printed electronics at NAITEC, Navarra Spain. The 15XBT is a replacement model for the best-selling PJ15X with major upgrades to the mechanics, HMI and control system, as well as integrating a new tool calibration station.


The highly anticipated OE-A Roadmap offers valuable insights into the present state and prospects of flexible, organic, and printed electronics. The Whitepaper delves into key markets such as Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Healthcare, Printing and Packaging, Smart Building, and Internet of Things, providing comprehensive analyses and forecasts for each sector. The Whitepaper is now ready for download.

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