RFID challenges
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RFID challenges

ELECTRONICS WEEKLY. RFID and novel flexible electronics could bring inventory improvements for FMCGs (fast moving consumer goods) and low-cost, high-volume items, plus offer sustainability benefits, says Dr Brian Cobb from PragmatIC Semiconductor.

Flexible 6502 takes us back to the future
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Flexible 6502 takes us back to the future

EE TIMES. PragmatIC Semiconductor is taking us back to the future. First the company embedded an Arm Cortex-M0 on a flexible substrate. Now the company has gone back further back in time, producing a flexible version of the iconic 6502 processor.

Flexible microprocessor could enable an 'Internet of Everything'
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Flexible microprocessor could enable an 'Internet of Everything'

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN PODCAST. Researchers from PragmatIC Semiconductor and Arm have developed a microprocessor built on high-performance plastic rather than silicon—and they say it could enable smarter food labels and supply chain management.

CEO interview - Scott White - PragmatIC Semiconductor
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CEO interview - Scott White - PragmatIC Semiconductor

GSA FORUM. Check out this interview with Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC Semiconductor, which outlines some of the challenges and opportunities he sees for the semiconductor industry.

Ground-breaking PlasticARM project
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Ground-breaking PlasticARM project

ELECTRONIC SPECIFIER PODCAST. Listen to Dr Catherine Ramsdale, SVP Technology at PragmatIC, talking with James Myers, Distinguished Engineer at Arm, about their collaboration on the cutting-edge flexible electronics PlasticARM project aimed at enabling the Internet of Everything.   

Beyond Silicon:  The Future of Flexible Chips
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Beyond Silicon: The Future of Flexible Chips

ARM PODCAST. Listen to Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC, talking with James Myers, Distinguished Engineer at Arm, about the benefits and challenges of advancing flexible electronics, the collaborative projects between the companies and where they see the technology being deployed in the future. 

New SecQuAL consortium launches
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New SecQuAL consortium launches

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. 

PlasticARM SoC puts Arm Cortex-M0 on flexible substrate
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PlasticARM SoC puts Arm Cortex-M0 on flexible substrate

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.

Taking plastic chips into healthcare
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Taking plastic chips into healthcare

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.

These bendy plastic chips fit in unusual places
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These bendy plastic chips fit in unusual places

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.

How RFID and innovative electronics can boost recycling
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How RFID and innovative electronics can boost recycling

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.

Flexible fab could slash chip shortage
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Flexible fab could slash chip shortage

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.