intelliFLEX has members across the spectrum for printable, flexible and hybrid (FHE) electronics in Quebec that includes 1-Material Organic Nano Electronic, Anderson Vreeland Canada, Brilliant Matters, Ecole de Technologie Superieure, Etiquettes Multi-Flex Labels, GGI Solutions, Group NanoXplore, ICI, INO, McGill University, MIIP, Memtronik Innovations, PCAS Canada, Service Optiprint, UQAM and Wibicom Inc.
The newest members are:
• CTT Group/Groupe CTT is an R&D center, an advanced testing laboratory, a technology transfer center and a business association, in the areas of technical textiles, geosynthetics and advanced textile-based materials. CTT Group ranks first among Canada’s Top 50 research colleges, managing multiple collaborative private/public fund projects (such as NSERC projects) to the direct benefit of industry.
• C2MI, the MiQro Innovation Collaborative Centre, is a research center focused on tomorrow’s technologies with state-of the art production equipment in the field of MEMS, advanced packaging, a reliability and characterization lab, and an ecosystem with close to 200 companies in different fields of expertise.
“Quebec has long been a hotbed of innovation for textile, commercial printing, aerospace and human-machine interface technologies,” said Peter Kallai, president and CEO of intelliFLEX. “All these strengths are converging for new FHE-enabled products and applications.”