Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||10.09.09
Smart labels and other similar ‘intelligent’ products using small chips or conductive polymer materials would appear to have little relevance to the general future of printing and inks. The majority of smart labels comprise electronic co…
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||05.07.09
While the market for RFID and conductive inks has not grown as quickly as originally anticipated, the outlook for printed electronics is excellent as new applications and opportunities emerge.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||05.07.09
For the region's fledgling printed PV segment, 2009 could be the year in which its development and commercialization accelerates.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||03.11.09
The benefits of energy-curable technologies are leading to new opportunities in photovoltaics and printed electronics.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||02.02.09
Opportunities for printed electronics continue to emerge, with companies ranging from BASF, DuPont, Nokia and Evonik to innovative manufacturers such as Soligie, Konarka, Kovio and Plextronics offering looks at what the future may hold.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||11.25.08
Kovio is one of the emerging success stories in the PE field. In October, the company announced the development of the world’s first silicon ink-based RFID tag and the company’s printed silicon RFID platform for item-level intelligence.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||10.02.08
Printing is playing a key role in the development of low-cost flexible thin-film solar cells, and ink companies are creating novel new technologies for this fast-growing market.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||08.06.08
The printed electronics industry in Europe is enjoying growth, but obstacles such as pricing and further technological improvements remain.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||05.08.08
The RFID market continues to enjoy excellent growth as adaptation of the technology expands rapidly, and some major ink manufacturers are well-positioned to grow within the conductive ink marketplace.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||01.03.08
Printed Electronics USA 07 showcased many of the new technologies that are driving the growth of printed electronics.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||05.07.07
Although the RFID and printed electronics markets are growing, they have yet to meet the high expectations. However, experts believe the market will take off in the near future.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||05.07.07
While some projects are moving toward commercialization, overall progress remains slow in some key segments.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||01.05.07
The field of printed electronics is fast becoming an area of interest for many companies large and small alike.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||08.09.06
Although the printed electronics market is taking off more gradually than initially thought, advancements in materials offer even greater possibilities.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor||05.18.06
Experts predict that RFID and printed electronics will grow into a $16 billion business within the next 10 years. What role will the ink industry have in that growth, and who is best positioned to take advantage of this opportunity?
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||09.12.05
Radio frequency identification (RFID) and similar types of smart labels are predicted to create a massive new market for both printers and ink makers. The big question is how long will it take to arrive.
Sean Milmo, Ink World European Editor||09.08.05
New electronic display technologies using conductive polymers and electrically charged inks could soon have an impact on the large-format market.
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