Medical wearables, Industrial Internet of Things are among the opportunities ahead for flexible sensors.
David Savastano, Editor12.13.18
Flexible sensors are an area of great interest in the flexible and printed electronics field. From medical sensors that can conform to the body to the billions of sensors that will be needed to power the Internet of Things, flexible sensors have the potential to be a thriving technology.
Nicholas Skelton, digital marketing manager for Brewer Science, Inc., said the company is seeing more interest in the flexible sensor segment, driven by the potential for flexible form factors.
“Our ability to customize not only form factor but also to supply critical information is creating more direct interest in Brewer Science,” he added. “Over the last year, we have seen an increased interest in printed sensors with flexible form factors and believe that we are starting to see the adoption curve change from just R&D and innovators to more early adopters looking at these products.”
Roy Bjorlin, global commercial and strategic initiatives director, Electronic
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