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2013-06-11 IDTechEx: LED knocks out OLED
OLEDs won't be competitive against LEDs, but in areas where chic design features are the decisive factor, they have a good chance to prevail.
2015-08-20 Market for thermal interface mat'ls to grow to $3B in 2025
The increasing need for faster, thinner and lighter electronics is opening up opportunities for thermal interface materials (TIMs) that can manage heat generation better stated IDTechEx Research.
2006-01-30 RFID market to grow 10 fold by 2016, firm says
IDTechEx said last week it expects the size of the RFID market to grow from roughly $2.7 billion in 2006 to $12.3 billion in 2010. By 2016, it expects the market to be worth $26.2 billion
2015-08-04 How can wearables gain market traction?
Wearable technology will take off when people can wear it, not when the technology wears people, as it mostly does today, according to Raghu Das, CEO and principal analyst at IDTechEx
2013-05-23 Printed, flexible electronics market to shoot up 15%
The total market value of printed, flexible and organic electronics will grow from $16.04 billion this year to $76.79 billion by 2023, according to IDTechEx
2012-12-05 Graphene market to rake in $100M by 2018
IDTechEx forecasts that the graphene industry is set to reach the $100 million mark by 2018 with the R&D sector as its main market driver
2005-11-14 Global mail services seen as new frontier for RFID
Postal and courier mail services are expected to become the second largest market for radio frequency identification item-level tagging following the retail sector, according to a research firm
2015-10-14 Charting the future of 3D printing
The 3D printing industry will grow from $2.5 billion this year to $20 billion in 2025 due to both improvements in existing 3D printing technologies and the development of completely new ones.
2013-05-07 Analysing the growth potential of electroactive polymers
Electroactive polymers are highly attractive for their low-density, large strain capability, superior spectral response, and resilience.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2011-09-20 U.S. gov't backs printed electronics
Fuel efficiency, cost reduction and advanced electronics performance drive the ever-increasing government support for printed electronics.
2013-02-15 Supercapacitors on the verge of breakout, to grow 30% yoy
The high rate of improvement in supercapacitors has started a subtle shift away from batteries and electrolytic capacitors, reducing both the danger and need for the lithium-ion based technology.
2012-10-17 Super-capacitors have potential to overtake Li batteries
Super-capacitors can deliver a considerable amount of energy at high power, making them suitable for supplying high power in multi-functional devices where current batteries cannot.
2013-03-18 PVs still beat MEMS for energy harvest, says panel
The MEMS panel at the MEMS Executive Congress Europe discussed doubts regarding the potential of MEMS as energy harvesters while also being optimistic regarding the prosepects of the technology.
2014-03-27 Printable flexible timer set to enrich packaging
A demonstrator product for a flexible multi-functional timer is on its way to changing the landscape of packaging and other practical consumer applications.
2006-06-14 Organic semicon help develop printed electronics
Advance Nanotech announced progress in the development of new organic semiconductors.
2009-07-06 GE ventures into organic printed electronics
General Electric has announced it will commence volume production for flexible, paper-thin lighting panels next year.
2011-05-18 E-mobility gets new key enabling tech
Advancements in electromobility are in process as a new key enabling technology surfaced.
2008-10-21 Affordable silicon ink speeds up RFID tagging
Printing thin-film circuits on flexible substrates may be available in the market with the release of what is believed as silicon ink's first commercial integration.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2008-12-30 A flexible future awaits displays
So what can you do with printed electronics? There are a bunch of applications waiting to be exploited, ranging from foldable, rollable, biodegradable and other types of everyday electronics wear to flexible electronic displays.
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