David Savastano, Editor02.23.10
There are numerous companies and universities that are developing unique printed electronics (PE) devices to showcase to potential customers. However, one of the challenges is that the devices don’t necessarily fit what the customer wants.
Scott White, CEO of Nano ePrint Limited, a specialist in the design and manufacturing of planar nano-electronics, believes that the best results come when the customer brings their own needs to the table.
“A lot of printed electronics has been technology-pushed, but our approach is customer-pulled, as the way we integrate our technology is driven by the customer,” White said.
Earlier this month, Nano ePrint announced that in partnership with Novalia Ltd., it is developing all-printed electronic greeting cards for Tigerprint Ltd., a subsidiary of Hallmark. These cards are expected to reach the market in 2011, and it is a clear sign that Nano ePrint is on the right track.
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