October 31, Printed Electronics World: As FHE and related technologies become more mainstream, the need to power flexible electronics with thin, printed, and flexible batteries that last longer has become more and more important. Battery technology has long been a limiting factor in the development of portable devices, as battery technology doesn’t follow Moore’s Law. Various players, such as ProLogium, STMicroelectronics, and Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, are pioneering new types such as flexible, stretchable, and rollable batteries. Senior Technology Analyst Dr. Xiaoxi He discusses why the key for success for thin, flexible, and printed batteries lies in targeting the right application.

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