DoMicro BV from The Netherlands has progressed in advanced packaging and integration of conventional electronics in flexible foil structures. Printing multi-layers, passive components and interconnection of thinned silicon dies is enabled by revolutionary developments in nano-printing and specific inkjet technology.
From pace counters in shoes and fitness trackers with vital data measurement to cable-free earbuds while being on the phone, devices are only as good as their energy supply, which has to be reliable and long-lasting. Coin cells from VARTA Microbattery GmbH (Ellwangen, Germany) are frequently used in these wearables: the CoinPower cells.
Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) from Cambridge, UK, will exhibit for the first time at the IDTechEx Show, 10 – 11 April, Berlin, Germany on stand Q18. This renowned technological exhibition focuses on the latest diverse technology capability, assessing user requirements and all the opportunities of printed, flexible and hybrid electronics.