Recent Press Coverage
17 March 2015EE Times: Printed NFC for context-aware gameplay
PING (Printed Intelligent NFC Game cards and packaging) consortium to bring flexible electronics from the lab to mainstream markets through the creation of smart and interactive printed objects
30 January 2015Forbes: Smart object company catapults to the market
This week a Cambridge-based company announced the completion of a £5m funding round to bring hairthin electronic circuits to the market at a price that will seem them embedded in throwaway items such as packaging
11 September 2017Arm Research Summit 2017
PragmatIC's VP Device Development, Catherine Ramsdale will be presenting at the second annual ARM Research Summit where leaders in their fields discuss future trends and disruptive technologies across all sectors of computing. It takes place in Cambridge over the days of 11-13 September 2017, and will be hosted at Robinson College.
19 September 2017Smart Packaging 2017
Joao De Oliveira, PragmatIC's VP Business Development will be presenting at Smart Packaging, the international conference that enables packaging specifiers, users and producers to learn about the latest active and intelligent packaging technologies and how they may be applied to add value, strengthen brands and improve consumer appeal.
15 November 2017IDTechEx, Santa Clara, USA
The IDTechEx Show presents the latest emerging technologies at one event, with nine concurrent conference tracks and a single exhibition. This year PragmatIC will be exhibiting at the show, come and meet us and see the how we are changing the game in flexible ICs.
15 November 20172017 Flex Electronics Europe
Feras Alkhalil, Research Manager at PragmatIC will be presenting "Towards Scalable CMOS Flexible Electronics" at this year's FLEX Europe Conference which is co-located with Europe’s largest semiconductor manufacturing event.
13 March 2018LOPEC Exhibition and Conference
Scott White, CEO of PragmatIC will be presenting at the LOPEC conference, the world's leading communication platform in the field of printed electronics. Researchers, scientists and end users from across the globe come together to discuss the latest research findings, as well as the challenges facing companies.