The team behind MICLEDI (photo: imec)

Imec spin-off MICLEDI Microdisplays raises €4.5M for the development of AR glasses


Companies / Markets

MICLEDI Microdisplays, the latest spin-off of imec (Leuven, Belgium), has raised €4,5M seed capital from imec.xpand, with participation of PMV and FIDIMEC. The funding will be used to develop microLED displays for next generation Augmented Reality (AR) glasses.

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THE BOX has been awarded an Honoree designation for the 2020 CES Innovation Awards (photo: E Ink)

E Ink and LivingPackets announce sustainable, reusable packaging for eCommerce and logistics


Products

E Ink Holdings (Billerica, Massachusetts), an innovator of electronic ink technology, and LivingPackets (Pully, Switzerland), a creator of revolutionary reusable packaging, have announced THE BOX, a sustainable, reusable packaging solution for businesses and consumers.

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PragmatIC vitamin/bottle application (photo: PragmatIC)

PragmatIC presents low cost thin film Schottky for flexible electronics applications at InnoLAE 2020


Exhibitions / Events

PragmatIC (Cambridge, UK), a leader in ultra-low cost, flexible electronics, will present at the InnoLAE (Innovations in Large-Area Electronics) 2020 Conference in Cambridge (21-22 January). Abhishek Chandramohan, device development engineer, will describe PragmatIC’s novel thin film Schottky diode architecture which has been validated on its unique FlexLogIC manufacturing system.

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The Robust RFID-Label (photo: Schreiner Group)

Schreiner MediPharm to showcase new robust RFID pharma label and secure supply chain solutions


Exhibitions / Events

“Connectivity” and “Integrity of the Supply Chain” are two hot topics of the pharmaceutical industry to be addressed by Schreiner MediPharm at this year’s Pharmapack in Paris. On 5 and 6 February, in Hall 7.2 at Booth D46, the pharma label specialist will present a special product innovation: a Robust RFID-Label delivering reliable end-to-end functionality from production to final use.

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Lesley Rohrbaugh, CTA’s director of research, presents tech trends to watch (photo: CES)

CES 2020 opened with innovations that could change the world


Exhibitions / Events

CES 2020 opened on 7 January unveiling the next generation of innovation that is expected to redefine industries, create jobs and solve many of society’s challenges. With more than 4400 exhibiting companies, including 1200 start-ups, CES 2020 featured the latest transformative technologies, including 5G, artificial intelligence, vehicle technology, digital health and more.

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