PragmatIC Semiconductor, a world leader in flexible electronics, is delighted to announce that it is working on an Innovate UK, Manufacturing Made Smarter project to increase the quality of plastic recyclate. In the project, code-named SORT‑IT, packaging will be given unique digital IDs to facilitat...
SecQuAL (Secure Quality Assured Logistics for Digital Food Ecosystems) is a project where unique digital IDs are attached to everyday food packaging to enable item-level tracking and monitoring from farm to fork to reduce food waste.
Alastair Hanlon, Chief Commercial Officer at PragmatIC Semiconductor, took part in the free virtual Arm Startup Day event aimed at helping young companies building or using next generation technology solutions to grow and bring innovation to life.
PragmatIC were proud to see Nature publish a paper about the ground-breaking PlasticARM, the largest integrated circuit designed using our FlexIC Foundry® service. This is the result of many years...
EE TIMES. A paper published in Nature by Arm Research and PragmatIC revealed details of PlasticARM, a flexible Arm Cortex-M0 based system-on-chip (SoC) fabricated using thin-film transistors (TFT) on a flexible substrate.
EENEWS EUROPE. Arm is designing a low cost, flexible heart monitor in the plastic chip process developed by PragmatIC using multiple devices on a paper substrate and manufactured on the unique FlexLogIC fab-in-a-box system.
WIRED. Researchers at Arm and PragmatIC Semiconductor are focused on advancing low-cost flexible electronics and creating new use cases for semiconductors such as monitoring heartbeats and milk carton contents.
This technical paper is based on the PlasticARM project with Arm and PragmatIC Semiconductor, which has led to the development of the largest integrated circuit and pioneers the embedding of billions of low-cost, ultrathin microprocessors into everyday objects.
RFID JOURNAL. The issues associated with climate change are complex and diverse, but Alastair Hanlon from PragmatIC Semiconductor explains how using technology to improve recycling rates and decrease waste can make a difference.
EENEWS EUROPE. Richard Price, CTO at PragmatIC, a finalist in the technology awards for the Royal Academy of Engineering, talks to Nick Flaherty about a flexible fab approach that can slash the time taken to design and make a chip.
PragmatIC enables innovators to build novel solutions to improve everyday life. We are working on a range of sustainability projects to boost recycling and reduce waste. We are also committed to lowering our carbon footprint.
With PragmatIC’s ultra-low-cost flexible electronics it’s possible to add intelligence and unique IDs to everyday products. Our exciting technology can be used in circular economy initiatives - improving recycling processes and Deposit Return Schemes.