PragmatIC's unique flexible electronics (FlexICs) leverage low-cost RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) technology, helping brands to improve product tracking and boost consumer engagement.
PACKAGING EUROPE. Counterfeiting has moved on from small-scale operations to big business. Elisabeth Skoda shines a light on solutions aimed at luxury packaging, pharmaceuticals and fast-moving consumer goods.
RFID is a term that is often used, but what exactly is it and how can this technology be leveraged to bring intelligence and interactivity to everyday objects? Alastair Hanlon, Chief Commercial...
PACKAGING EUROPE. Electronic tracking of medication, flexible electronic connectivity, and battery-free sensor tags? These all sound like they are straight from an alternate universe in a Philip K. Dick novel; however, innovation today in the real world is smart.
RECYCLING AND WASTE WORLD. NFC means two electronic devices can be connected, for example using a debit card or phone for a contactless payment. However, the benefits of NFC go well beyond this, as the technology could also be used to increase recycling and reduce waste.
BUSINESS WEEKLY. Flexible electronics innovator PragmatIC is riding the crest of a trade tsunami: In just two months it has received orders for over 20 million flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs) across three continents, introducing connectivity into mass market applications.
Following ConnectIC product launch in February, PragmatIC’s order-book already exceeds 20,000,000 units
PragmatIC, a world leader in ultra-low-cost flexible electronics, is proud to announce that in just 2 months it has received orders for over 20 million flexible integrated circuits (FlexICs). Orders from customers in Europe, North America and Asia endorse PragmatIC’s unique technology platform...
PragmatIC has developed a unique platform of patented technologies to design and manufacture ultra low cost, thin, flexible integrated circuits, FlexICs. PragmatIC offers a viable alternative to traditional silicon ICs.
Over the years there have been some significant developments in electronics. Gillian Ewers, VP Marketing at PragmatIC, gets technical and looks back at how things have changed since she began her...
ARM. The PlasticArmPit project is developing tiny smell sensors on plastic chips that can be embedded anywhere – from food packaging to the armpit of a T-shirt. The aim is to create a sensor so sensitive and accurate that it can signal when as odor is signaling a problem.
Mühlbauer and PragmatIC announce strategic partnership delivering innovative RFID manufacturing solutions
Mühlbauer, the proven technology supplier of RFID and smart label production and personalisation solutions, and PragmatIC, a pioneer in ultra-low cost flexible electronics, are pleased to announce their strategic partnership to deliver solutions that support the integration of PragmatIC’s...
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT. PragmatIC has launched the first products in its ConnectIC family of flexible RFID circuits to bring cost-effective digital traceability and interactivity to everyday objects, such as fast-moving consumer goods and games.