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Printed and organic electronics in healthcare

Printed and organic electronics in healthcare

Printed, organic and flexible electronics is an industry that includes various components and technologies, from relatively simple electrochemical sensors to flexible X-ray detectors. From an end-user's point of view, the main advantages are disposability, large area, and conformability. In this article we focus on healthcare and review the wide range of devices targeted for medical applications.
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Highlights from a printed electronics conference

Highlights from a printed electronics conference

IDTechEx recently attended a Printed Electronics conference in Germany. IDTechEx analysts attended talks from a wide variety of companies. Here we include very brief highlights/summaries of the important points.
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Organic Semiconductors: So Where Now?

Organic Semiconductors: So Where Now?

Organic semiconductors have been in development for around two decades but are not used in any commercial product today, despite heavy investment and research efforts. This article discusses the early promise versus unmet expectations from this technology.
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Assessing the $6.3 billion printed and flexible sensor markets

Assessing the $6.3 billion printed and flexible sensor markets

Sensors do not require transistors and generally speaking have a simpler structure than displays or logic circuits. Printing works well with sensors because the manufacturing does always not require high resolution or accurate registration.
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Printed sensors: an overview

Printed sensors: an overview

There is an increasingly greater need for a wide choice of sensors to make objects smarter, safer and more responsive. Printing is the natural way to process wet inks and pastes, and it is therefore no surprise that printing has been used to make sensors for years. But there are new materials appearing, taking advantage of the progress that have been enabled by printed electronics. The article gives an overview of what is currently happening in the field of printed sensors. In particular, we will overview main trends in commercialising printed glucose sensors, force and pressure sensors, image and light sensors, gas sensors and temperature sensors. We will highlight key companies commercialising each printed sensor type.
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Printed and organic electronics in healthcare

Printed and organic electronics in healthcare

Printed, organic and flexible electronics is an industry that includes various components and technologies, from relatively simple electrochemical sensors to flexible X-ray detectors. From an end-user's point of view, the main advantages are disposability, large area, and conformability. In this article we focus on healthcare and review the wide range of devices targeted for medical applications.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Organic Semiconductors: So Where Now?

Organic Semiconductors: So Where Now?

Organic semiconductors have been in development for around two decades but are not used in any commercial product today, despite heavy investment and research efforts. This article discusses the early promise versus unmet expectations from this technology.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Printed sensors: an overview

Printed sensors: an overview

There is an increasingly greater need for a wide choice of sensors to make objects smarter, safer and more responsive. Printing is the natural way to process wet inks and pastes, and it is therefore no surprise that printing has been used to make sensors for years. But there are new materials appearing, taking advantage of the progress that have been enabled by printed electronics. The article gives an overview of what is currently happening in the field of printed sensors. In particular, we will overview main trends in commercialising printed glucose sensors, force and pressure sensors, image and light sensors, gas sensors and temperature sensors. We will highlight key companies commercialising each printed sensor type.
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