Company produces antenna and array systems and printed absorbers for US warfighters.
David Savastano, Editor09.18.19
Military applications are a key area of interest for flexible, hybrid and printed electronics. The ability to create lighter weight, flexible displays were one application, as are sensors that could help soldiers and pilots perform their tasks more safely and effectively. The military has, in, fact, played a leading role in the formation of NextFlex, a cooperative agreement between the US Department of Defense and FlexTech Alliance.
SI2 Technologies is a leader in the field of flexible antennas and arrays for military applications. Founded in 2003, SI2 is a privately held, high-technology company located in Billerica, MA. Its mission is to enable US warfighters to win by providing solutions to RF/MW and survivability challenges.
“Our initial technology focus was on printed electronics for flexible, conformal and/or structurally integrated antennas and arrays,” said Joseph M. Kunze, Ph.D., founder, president and CEO of SI2. “Today, our printing technology has bec
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