2017 tech growth exceeds expectations
Industry revenue to reach record levels as emerging categories soar, says CTA
Driving Dreams Conference on IoT, AI, Big Data
Arrow Electronics and the RIC Centre recently hosted electronic designers at its Driving Dreams conference at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus, providing a venue for those seeking to break ground on future innovation.
The road to fully flexible consumer electronics
IDTechEx article addresses the role of flexible encapsulation
Printed Electronics Conference – CPES2017
Canadian Printable Electronics Symposium (CPES2017) –serves as a meeting ground dedicated to printed electronics (PE) technology developers, industrial companies and end-users can discuss how they can collectively overcome technical, manufacturing and scale-up challenges to commercialize new products and applications. Academic…
Nanocoating protects semis, component packaging
SEMBLANT CircuitShield anti-corrosion, waterproofing and reliability enhancement technology delivers a sustainable, streamlined and cost-effective protective solution for semiconductor devices, printed circuit boards and other electronic components. Product provides a permanent, water and corrosion-resistant defence for the device level, extending the…
Waterloo tech startups enter Google exchange program
Teams in the A.I and Machine Learning vertical headed to Kitchener/Waterloo represent a range of industries and metros including Australia, Brazil, Colorado and Toronto.
Swedish University achieves high-precision control of printed electronics
Printed electronic transistor circuits and displays, in which the colour of individual pixels can be changed, are two of many applications of ground-breaking research at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics in Sweden. New groundbreaking results on these topics have been…
New design improves performance of flexible wearable electronics
North Carolina State University engineers designed a flexible thermoelectric energy harvester that could rival the effectiveness of existing power wearable electronics using body heat as its only energy source.
CPEIA & SEMI FlexTech associations reach partnership
The Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA) and SEMI | FlexTech have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to support each other’s programs and drive the continued development and adoption of printable, flexible hybrid and wearable electronics (PE and FHE). SEMI…
Connecting biology with electronics – be rigid, yet flexible
If you want to interface electronics and biology, you need a material that effectively communicates across those two realms - reports University of Washington
Curtain to rise on EPTECH trade show in Vancouver
Trade show for members of electronics industry will be held at Molson Canadian Theatre on June 1st in Coquitlam BC - free attendance and free parking.
CPES2017 event recognizes Canadian excellence
Voltera Inc., Information Mediary Corp., NanoCnet Ltd. each recognized at Canadian printed electronics conference in Toronto