Electronic Products & Technology

Former Peratech CTO & VP joins Tangio

August 16, 2015  Stephen Law

Tangio Printed Electronics has recently appointed Mark Westgarth-Graham to the position of head of development. Westgarth-Graham will be spearheading global product development activities and new technology integration for the North Vancouver-based company.
With two decades of industry experience in new product development, introduction and adaptation, he will help develop new and existing technologies and capitalize on the wealth of knowledge and experience already present at Tangio Printed Electronics.
Most recently, Westgarth-Graham was CTO and VP of product development at Peratech Ltd, a UK-based innovator and intellectual property licensor of Human-machine interface (HMI) sensor materials and software. In that role, he was responsible for managing all internal and external product development programs and customer projects, and delivering innovative and disruptive HMI sensor solutions, concepts and materials to the company’s OEM and Tier-1 customers.
Tangio Printed Electronics designs and builds force touch sensors, printed heaters and many other novel innovations in printed electronics. In joining Tangio Printed Electronics, Mark brings with him a strong mechanical engineering background with extensive experience in printed electronics, sensor applications, manufacturing, product integration and development. Throughout his professional career, Westgarth-Graham has worked in a number of product design consultancies as design engineer and manager for consumer, medical, industrial and automotive products.
“Having already worked closely with the great team at Tangio Printed Electronics while the company was a supplier to Peratech,” says Westgarth-Graham, “I look forward to engaging with Tangio again, on a much more detailed level, and moving forward with some of the exciting new technologies and interesting opportunities they are developing.”

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