Quad Industries will be attending the LOPEC trade fair and conference for printed electronics at Messe München, from 14 till 15 March. We hope to meet you there!
With the Neo series, Henkelman is transforming the traditional packaging machine into an intelligent device. The touch panel, combined with a mobile app, opens up a wealth of new possibilities and functionality for professional chefs. Close collaboration between technology partners proved crucial in the development phase.
In a truly interconnected world, microchips will not only be embedded in vehicles, home appliances and health wearables, but also in cheaper consumer goods.
When Animo decided to re-design its ComBi-line range of coffee machines, the company was aiming for a modern look and feel along with a high-quality finish. The touch screen display played an important role in realizing this ambition while ensuring maximum user-friendliness.
Quad Industries and ynvisible have successfully demonstrated the printing of electrochromic (EC) devices onto Near Field Communication (NFC) RFID tags. The joint demonstrators were on display at the Quad Industries' booth at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe...
Quad Industries has developed a 3D touch-wheel button as an alternative to the classic mechanical turning knob.
Lucia is the name of a brand new range of high-end light switches that CJC Systems will be releasing later this year.
allóra Factory has created a range of sensors for tracking a wide variety of parameters, from the temperature in supermarket freezers all the way to attendance levels in offices. They recently teamed up with Quad Industries to develop a push-button sensor.
Quad Industries has joined the European NexGen research project, which is investigating the use of wearable sensors to actively monitor bodily functions. “We are currently working on a multi-sensor patch, aimed at preventing dehydration. We are very excited to be part of this project, which puts us at the forefront of digital healthcare,” says Wim Christiaens, R&D director at Quad Industries.
Watch our colleague Wim Christiaens explain to Kobe Ilsen how printed electronics can help improve food preservation (video only available in Dutch). https://www.facebook.com/Overetentv/videos/1624853237837593/
Printed electronics represents an enormous potential in a world of interconnected appliances. But there is still a large gap between the technology that is available and the potential for real-life applications. “That’s why we are focusing so strongly on intensive collaboration with our customers,” says Wim Christiaens, R&D director at Quad Industries.
Pretty soon, runners will be able to analyze their running technique in a way they have never been able to do before. Dutch start-up ATO-gear has teamed up with Quad Industries to develop a printed pressure-sensitive insole that tracks every movement of the runner’s foot.