Our blog posts are aimed at offering insights into topics related to our company, products and use cases, as well as the wider flexible electronics industry. We hope you find these informative.

Building an ecosystem for success

Building an ecosystem for success

PragmatIC is not just the name of our company, it is how we approach every task as individuals and as teams. Alastair Hanlon, CCO, explores how this pragmatism has led us to form a number of deep partnerships with a diverse range of institutions and customers as we build our ecosystem for...

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In conversation with Stefan Wiedemann from Schreiner MediPharm

In conversation with Stefan Wiedemann from Schreiner MediPharm

PragmatIC Semiconductor is fortunate to be working with exciting business partners who are experts in their own fields. This is helping to propel forward adoption of our pioneering flexible electronics technology in important sectors, such as healthcare. For this PragmatIC blog post, we chatted...

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How RFID and flexible electronics will improve our lives in 2021

How RFID and flexible electronics will improve our lives in 2021

Industry predictions are difficult at the best of times, but even though 2021 starts with continued uncertainty there are still reasons to be positive. Alastair Hanlon, PragmatIC’s Chief Commercial Officer, shares his thoughts on the impact of developments in the semiconductor sector and an...

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Top 10 tips after 10 years of innovation in flexible electronics

Top 10 tips after 10 years of innovation in flexible electronics

As the team at PragmatIC celebrates ten years of driving forward innovation in the semiconductor industry to manufacture a new generation of flexible electronics, Dr Richard Price, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of PragmatIC, shares his top ten tips for success and the key lessons...

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PragmatIC Semiconductor – celebrating 10 years!

PragmatIC Semiconductor – celebrating 10 years!

How time flies! We founded PragmatIC a decade ago, with a mission to create a new type of integrated circuit (IC) that was thin, flexible and ultra-low cost. While it’s fair to say that it’s been a longer journey than we originally anticipated, we are incredibly proud of what we have achieved –...

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