World-changing innovations compete for the most prestigious prize in UK engineering
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World-changing innovations compete for the most prestigious prize in UK engineering

THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING has selected PragmatIC Semiconductor as one of the three finalists for the 2021 MacRobert Award, the most prestigious prize for UK engineering innovation. View the announcement and PragmatIC video to learn more.

How RFID and innovative electronics can help brands rebuild customer relationships
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How RFID and innovative electronics can help brands rebuild customer relationships

INTERNET RETAILING. For the retail sector, the Covid-19 crisis has had a widespread impact, forcing brands to assess how technology can help them to understand, communicate with and reward their consumers in smarter and more effective ways.

Semiconductor shortage puts brakes on automotive recovery
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Semiconductor shortage puts brakes on automotive recovery

THE ENGINEER. The rebound in automotive manufacturing has been hindered by a global shortage of semiconductors. Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC, believes the industry should be actively developing models that support tighter integration of semiconductor manufacturing into critical supply chains.

The future of flexible electronics in healthcare
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The future of flexible electronics in healthcare

OPE JOURNAL. In this article we discuss the potential for PragmatIC's FlexICs in healthcare applications. Recent events have pushed the accelerator on innovation and digitisation. More is coming that will enable improved outcomes for us all.

Talking Future: Scott White, PragmatIC Semiconductor
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Talking Future: Scott White, PragmatIC Semiconductor

ENTREPRENEURS' FORUM PODCAST. Listen to Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC, explaining why he is so passionate about driving forward innovation to deliver novel ultra-low-cost flexible electronics that help improve sustainability and healthcare.

Time to investigate
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Time to investigate

SUPPLY CHAIN WORLD. Retailers and brands are looking for innovative ways to boost business, improve supply chain efficiencies and engage with consumers. Incorporating RFID and novel flexible electronics into everyday objects could be a real game changer. Read this PragmatIC article to learn more.

Inficon provides factory optimization and control system to innovating electronics firm
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Inficon provides factory optimization and control system to innovating electronics firm

SILICON.CO.UK. Inficon, a leading supplier of process control and factory operations software to the semiconductor manufacturing industry, has been selected by PragmatIC Semiconductor to provide a factory optimization and control system.

£1.3m for flexible electronics in UK recycling scheme
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£1.3m for flexible electronics in UK recycling scheme

ELECTRONICS WEEKLY. Cambridge-based flexible electronics company PragmatIC has been awarded a £1.3m contract by the UK Government Sustainable Innovation Fund for a recycling scheme based on NFC technology. Up to a million electronic tags will be involved.

Making smart living smarter
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Making smart living smarter

OPE JOURNAL. Alastair Hanlon, Chief Commercial Officer at PragmatIC Semiconductor, discusses low-cost RFID, flexible electronics and sensors as technological foundations for truly smart living, and explains why it's the beginning of a new era – The Internet of Everything. 

 How could NFC tech transform healthcare packaging?
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How could NFC tech transform healthcare packaging?

PACKAGING EUROPE. A partnership between Avery Dennison Smartrac, PragmatIC Semiconductor and Schreiner MediPharm has seen the three companies combine their expertise to leverage the power of near-field communication (NFC) in smart packaging for healthcare.

Tech companies release low-cost flexible NFC drug labels
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Tech companies release low-cost flexible NFC drug labels

RFID JOURNAL. Pharmaceutical firms have begun applying Schreiner MediPharm labels with built-in Avery Dennison inlays and PragmatIC flexible ICs to medications, enabling users to authenticate drugs and ensure proper usage.

Releasing pressure on pathology services: RFID has the key
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Releasing pressure on pathology services: RFID has the key

PATHOLOGY IN PRACTICE. With the NHS continuing to struggle as it responds to the pandemic and the effects that COVID-19 is having on a heavy workload, Gillian Ewers examines the advantages that RFID and a transport and tracking system offer.