Pictures for the Press

03/25/2014

Transpartent and conductive PolyTC®-films in smart phones

| PolyTC®- Films in Smart Phones

Download

03/25/2014

Transparent and condutive PolyTC®-films in Home Appliance Applications

| PolyTC®- Films in Home Appliance Applications

Download:

11/14/2013

Demonstrator for automotive applications with integrated PolyTC® control elements in combination with KURZ IMD films.

| Center Stack Demonstrator

Download:

11/14/2013

Produced in a single injection molding step: curved control elements for automotive center stacks with PolyTC® sensors and KURZ IMD film.

| Curved Control Elements

Download:

11/14/2013

5‘‘ multi touch demonstrator with PolyTC® sensors and KURZ IMD film – produced in a single injection molding step.

| 5'' Multi Touch Demonstrator

Download:

11/12/2013

Printed Organics Photovoltaics (OPV).

Printed Organic Photovoltaics

Download:

05/29/2013

Demonstrator for PolyTC® based integrated touch control elements for Automotive applications

| Demonstrator for PolyTC® based integrated touch control elements for Automotive applications.

Download:

03/15/2013

Touch sensor demonstrator with transparent and conductive PolyTC® film as function and decoration foil from KURZ

Touch sensor demonstrator with PolyTC® film and decoration foil from KURZ with monitor

Download:

11/13/2012

Centerstack demonstrator with touch keys, wheel, sliders with transparent and conductive PolyTC® film as function and decoration foil from KURZ.

| Centerstack demonstrator with PolyTC® film and decoration foil from KURZ

Download:

09/06/2012

PolyIC machine with transparent conductive PolyTC® film

| PolyIC machine with PolyTC® film

Download:

The ìo 3d lamps from Occhio are controlled with PolyTC® film proximity switches

| ìo 3d lamps from Occhio with PolyTC® film

Download:

06/01/2012

Exhibition demonstrator "New Technologies" with products from PolyIC and its parent company LEONHARD KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG.

| Exhibition demonstrator "New Technologies"

Download:

10/17/2011

PolyTC® Demonstrator Foils & IMD: Touch sensors as a replacement for mechanical keys and controls, made of the transparent conductive films PolyTC®, combined with IMD decor foils of Leonhard Kurz.

| PolyTC® Demonstrator Foils & IMD

Download:

10/11/2011

Transparent conductive PolyTC® films enable the production of transparent, capacitive keys and controls

| PolyTC® Demonstrator

Download:

05/18/2010

Transparent conductive foil by PolyIC: suitable for applications such as touch sensors, displays, electric heating elements or for ESD / EMC protection

| Showrolle with PolyIC Logo

Download:

10/06/2009

Transparent, conductive structures with a customized layout on thin, flexible film.

| Transparent, Flexible Films

Download:

09/22/2009

Roll-to-Roll printed re-writable memories on flexible substrate

| Roll-to-Roll Printed Memories

Download:

09/03/2009

A goal reached in the funded project MaDriX: Uniform system to plug in components

| Uniform system to plug in components

Download:

09/03/2009

A goal reached in the funded project MaDriX: System for statistical characterization and measurement of new materials

| System for statistical characterization

Download:

09/03/2009

The logo for MaDriX: a joint research project of PolyIC, BASF, Evonik Industries, ELANTAS Beck and Siemens

| The logo for MaDriX

Download:

06/24/2009

Printed electronics on roll produced by PolyIC

| Printed electronics on roll

Download:

05/22/2009

Hot stuff: Contactless operating concepts with electronic vouchers

Download:

04/21/2009

Wolfgang Mildner is Printed Electronics Europe Champion 2008

Wolfgang Mildner (on the left) shows his award as Printed Electronics Europe Champion, Dr. Jürgen Ficker (in the middle) and Dr. Wolfgang Clemens holding the Best New Product Development award that PolyIC also won in Dresden.

Download:

04/09/2008

PolyID® used in an electronic brand protection application

Download:

09/24/2007

Example of a PolyLogo® application

| VIP ticket for a pop concert

Download:

09/24/2007

Sample of a PolyID® tag

First printed polymer RFID tag (13.56 MHz)

Download:

09/10/2008

Mile long printed logic circuits for RFID tags

Download:

07/12/2006

PolyIC RFID tag for Brand Protection

Download:

04/13/2006

Polymers

The basic materials for printed electronics are functional electrically conductive or semiconductive polymers. PolyIC uses soluble polymers that are printed as a type of electronic ink.

Download:

04/13/2006

PolyIC 13.56 MHz RFID Demonstrator System

The PolyIC 13.56 MHz RFID Demonstrator System consists of a PolyIDTM Tag and a handheld RFID PolyIDTM Reader.

Download:

Basic materials for printed electronics

The basic materials for printed electronics are functional electrically conductive or semiconductive polymers. PolyIC uses soluble polymers that are printed as a type of electronic ink.

Download:

04/13/2006

Model of a polymer flexible RFID tag.

Model of a polymer flexible RFID tag.

Download:

03/25/2006

Electronic product codes

| Picture Source: Siemens AG

With printed electronics it will be possible to affix radio communication labels, also called electronic product codes (EPC), on nearly every product in the supermarket. This allows tracing of single items throughout the logistics chain, making call-back activities much more selective, preventing large scale product loss. The quality of products, therefore, can be better guaranteed.

Download:

03/22/2006

Laboratory printing machine

Using a laboratory printing machine like the one above, printed electronics, such as RFID tags, are being developed today. By application of a roll to roll printing process it is possible to produce large volumes at very low cost.

Download:

03/21/2006

Model of a polymer flexible RFID tag.

Download:

03/20/2006

Model of a polymer flexible RFID tag.

Download:

Copyright

PolyIC press photos may only be used for editorial purposes.

The copyrights belong to PolyIC GmbH&Co.KG, Fürth, and remain undiminished if the pictures are incorporated into an archive, either electronically or manually. Pictures used for editorial purposes, modified, duplicated and/or electronically altered must bear the credit "PolyIC press picture". Commercial use or sale of the pictures and data, even in electronically manipulated form, is prohibited.

The photos may be printed free of charge, but in the case of print media we would appreciate a copy for our records. If pictures are used in films or electronic media, brief notification to info@polyic.com would suffice.

Pictures for the Press

11/13/2012

Touch sensor demonstrator with transparent and conductive PolyTC® film as function and decoration foil from KURZ.

| Touch sensor demonstrator with PolyTC® film and decoration foil from KURZ

Download:

02/01/2012

PolyLogo®-RAD radio activated displays allow an interactive connection with the user. The user receives a card or packaging with the integrated display PolyLogo®-RAD.

PolyLogo®-RAD

Download: