David Savastano, Editor01.02.14
Last week, I wrote about the flexible and printed electronics’ (PE) industry progress, much of which is seen in products reaching commercialization or nearing market-readiness. Once products enter the market, it leads to other companies thinking about ways to use the technology for their products.
As I did last year, I’ve come up with a list of six of the most promising PE products from the past year. This list is by no means comprehensive, and I would be most happy to hear of other products!
In alphabetical order:
• Cambrios Technologies: ClearOhm coating material
A repeat honoree from 2012, Cambrios’ ClearOhm coating material replaces ITO (indium tin oxide) for producing transparent conductors. ClearOhm is manufactured using highly conductive silver nanowires, presently produced through slot die coating, although Cambrios is developing gravure capabilities.
ClearOhm material is being used
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