We are always looking for partners to work with us to bring exciting, innovative solutions to market. Please get in touch whether you have complementary ideas, solutions or technology for our standard products or our FlexIC Foundry®. Given the breadth of applications that we are working on, it is important that we form alliances with key experts across a wide range of industries. It is through our existing relationships, for example, that we have been able to understand the specific challenges in the RFID industry and that has enabled us to develop a truly unique solution, opening up the possibility for trillions of smart objects that can engage with consumers and their environments.
In addition, we are interested to partner with companies that offer products or services that will help our customers to deploy FlexIC-based applications at scale. Whether design support, EDA tools or assembly and final test capabilities, our ultimate aim is to build a network of skills and facilities that will ensure the fastest possible time to market for our customers.
If you are working in any of the following fields, or have another product or solution that is complementary, please reach out to us.
- Design tools, services or IP
- High throughput assembly and test
- Packaging, labels or inlays
- Creative marketing or product development
- Cloud-based IoT platforms and databases
- Novel sensors, battery and other technologies
- Universities and research institutes
We have strong links with a
number of universities and
collaborating on research
My research group in Cambridge has had a long-term collaboration with Pragmatic, working on EPSRC-funded projects and projects funded by Innovate UK. This has connected world-class university research directly to an industry perspective in the field of flexible electronics and sustains industrially relevant innovation in this emerging technology.
The close collaboration between the Physics Department at Durham University and the Pragmatic research team has developed into a strong relationship connecting academic expertise and industry technological knowhow to address real challenges in materials for flexible electronic technology and has led to wider benefits on both sides.
We have been researching, developing and using Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools for many years at the University of Southampton. We are excited to be working with Pragmatic on this promising technology and look forward to seeing creative uses of its FlexICs in smart everyday objects in homes around the world.