Blue Spark Technologies, a provider of thin, environmentally friendly, flexible printed batteries, has disclosed that the company will participate in Printed Electronics Europe 2012.
IDTechEx is hosting the conference from April 3 to 4, 2012 in Berlin, Germany, where latest developments in organic, flexible and printed electronics will be displayed.
Blue Spark Technologies will display the capabilities of its low-voltage printed batteries and show how they can function as a major power source in a broad array of printed electronics applications, such as interactive printed media like apparel, greeting cards, toys, magazines and books; powered ‘smartcards’ that offer transactional authentication and security; battery-powered RF and RFID-linked sensor solutions for asset and product tracking; and interactive merchandising and packaging displays for consumer goods.
Blue Spark Technologies will perform practical demonstrations of its battery technology, wherein a 1.5-V battery is connected with other printed electronic elements, including electro-chromic inks, audio chips and LED lights, to deliver an interactive experience for visitors.
At Printed Electronics Europe 2012, Matt Ream, Vice President of Marketing at Blue Spark Technologies, will deliver a presentation on the potential use of printed battery technology in conventional and printed electronics.
The presentation titled ‘Printed Batteries and Their Applications’ is scheduled on April 4, 2012. John Gannon, President and Chief Executive Officer of the company, will deliver a presentation before the conference, on April 2, 2012 at the Pre-Conference Investment Summit.