In recent years, there has been an increase in the development of flexible electronics: electronic components that can be stretched and thus enable the development of smart watches, fitness trackers, or other wearable smart devices.
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With the NHS currently under huge strain, additional time-consuming and burdensome processes add to an already heavy workload. Gillian Ewers examines the advantages that radio frequency identification offers in tracking samples and consumables.
The UK firm’s flexible integrated circuits are thinner than a human hair, which means they can be easily embedded into everyday objects. According to PragmatIC, this technology can make it possible for “trillions” of smart objects to engage with consumers
The story behind our technical paper; “A hardwired machine learning processing engine fabricated with submicron metal-oxide thin-film transistors on a flexible substrate”, started with a question of how to make billions of everyday things smart.
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There are ever increasing demands from the consumer to make things smaller and more convenient. As a result electronic devices are becoming smaller with more densely populated PCBs assemblies.