New tools for objective evidence

10 February 2021

GEN3 Discusses the Setting of New IEC Standards – 501 and – 502 Why do we test and set standards…

Printed/Flexible Sensors Required for Wearable Skin Patches, Reveals IDTechEx

3 February 2021

Wearable technology with sensing functionality is emerging as a highly promising application for printed/flexible electronics. Deployed either as skin patch or embedded within an e-textile, these devices enable parameters such as heart rate and temperature…

2021 Technology Predictions: 2021 Will See a Rapid Acceleration in Innovation in Response to the Global Pandemic.

20 January 2021

Vicor Corporation (NASDAQ: VICR) today released its industry predictions for 2021, covering 4 areas: Automotive, High-Performance Computing, Aerospace & Defense…

Transparent Electronics: $20 Billion Market Comes into Sight

14 January 2021

From IDTechEx The new IDTechEx report, “Transparent Electronics Materials, Applications, Markets 2021-2041” describes a market that will be well above $20 billion in 2041 with a…

Dispensing tips for wearables manufacturing

17 December 2020

Accurate, precise dispensing for wearable technology Consumer wearables, including smart watches and augmented reality glasses, have captured the imagination of…

Connectors for farms of the future

2 December 2020

 Ushering in a new age of agriculture will necessitate advanced connectors  From the monitoring drones that analyse the farmland, the…

Can Updating an Embedded Display Deliver a Better Look and Feel?

26 November 2020

by Alexander Pang – Applications & Development Engineer, Anders Electronics plc Quantum dot and microLED displays are being adopted in consumer…

What Does the Future Hold for the Hearables Market?

24 November 2020

The first electric hearing aid was created in 1898 and was arguably among the earliest examples of wearable tech. So it is…

Electromagnetic interference mitigating connectors

11 November 2020

Keeping signal and power supply reliable in a wireless world The world has never been so wireless or the air…

Wearable Sensor Industry Worth $2.5 bn in 2020, New IDTechEx Study Finds

4 November 2020

The wearable sensor industry will be worth $2.5 billion in 2020, having tripled in size since 2014. This comes despite…