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2018 Advancements in Printed Electronics - Connected Living & Technology Convergence Scenarios Boost the Adoption of Printed Electronics -


The "Advancements
in Printed Electronics"
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This edition of Future Tech TOE discusses about emerging technologies in
printed electronics.

The printed electronics industry is evolving at a healthy pace and is
witnessing an active transition from research and development phase to
commercialization phase of printed electronics-based products.
Advancements in printing technologies and material science have been
instrumental in the growth of printed electronics. As the demand for
more flexible, compact, and power efficient electronic products is
increasing, printed electronics is gaining momentum as it incorporates
all the above mentioned features.

Miniaturization, a move toward lower power consumption, and the need for
enhanced features are driving innovations in the electronics sector.
Technology focus areas include semiconductor manufacturing and design,
flexible electronics, 3D integration/IC, MEMS and NEMS, solid state
lighting, advanced displays, nanoelectronics, wearable electronics,
brain computer interface, advanced displays, near field communication,
and next generation data storage or memory.

Key Topics Covered

1. Emerging Technologies in Printed Electronics

  • Key Findings

2. Technology Overview

  • Technology Landscape
  • Developments in Displays, Sensors, and Printing Inks are Key Enablers
    of Printed Electronics
  • Major Areas of Interest in Printed Electronics
  • Connected Living and Technology Convergence Scenarios Boost the
    Adoption of Printed Electronics
  • Regulatory Hurdles and Technology Challenges Hindering the Adoption of
    Printed Electronics
  • Application Diversity

3. Printed Electronics - Innovation Landscape

  • Paper-thin Vibration Actuators for Haptics and Sensing
  • Printed Rewritable Non-volatile Memory for Smart Consumables
  • Microplotter for High-precision Positioning in Printed Electronics
  • Electroluminescent Technology-based Flexible Lighting
  • Paper-based Substrate for Printing Advanced Electronic Circuitries
  • Thin-film Transistor (TFT) Technology for Flexible Electronics
  • Organic Electronics-based Flexible OLED Displays
  • Inkjet Printing Technology for Flexible OLED Displays
  • Glass-free Backplanes for Flexible Displays
  • 3D Nanoprinting for Printing of Nanoscale Sensor Components

4. Strategic Viewpoint

  • Strategic Insights

5. Contacts

  • Key Contacts

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