Booth# 603 Swamped at LOPEC 2017

GSI Technologies’ Booth# 603 was swamped on opening day of LOPEC 2017 in Munich, Germany.

LOPEC, Medical, Automotive, Printed Electrodes

GSI Technologies Booth at LOPEC 2017

March 29th, 2017

Posted In: Printed Electronics

GSI Technologies at LOPEC 2017

Visit GSI Technologies at next week’s LOPEC. You will find us in Hall B0, booth 603. LOPEC 2017 will be held March 28 – 30 in Munich, Germany. LOPEC is the key meeting point for the printed electronics industry, up-and-coming sector that is turning pioneering technology into marketable products. GSI Technologies is excited to exhibit our capabilities in the fields of medical converting, PTC heating, automotive flexible electronics, and wearable technologies. #LOPEC2017

Lopec 2017

March 23rd, 2017

Posted In: Printed Electronics

North America’s Top 400 Printers #274

BURR RIDGE, Illinois, December 21, 2016 – GSI Technologies, LLC, an industry leader in printed electronics and industrial label products, is proud to be ranked among the Printing Impressions Top 400. The Printing Impressions 400 provides the industry’s most comprehensive ranking of the leading printing companies in the United States and Canada.

Source: 2016 Printing Impressions Top 400.

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December 21st, 2016

Posted In: About Us, Printed Electronics

Electroluminescent technology featured at the opening ceremony in Rio

U.S.A.’s flag bearer, Michael Phelps, lit up the Opening Ceremony at the Rio 2016 Olympics with a Polo Ralph Lauren jacket that was illuminated by electroluminescent (EL) lamps installed by Flex

EL Jacket

Photo credit: Ralph Lauren

GSI Technologies is a recognized leader in EL production, testing, and qualification with over 20 years of EL manufacturing experience for wearable, industrial & consumer markets, and over 85 million EL lamps shipped to date. EL lamps draw very little power, and produce little heat. Due to the absence of filaments or mechanical parts, EL lamps are not susceptible to shock, vibration or catastrophic light failure, making them ideal in the following applications:

  • Safety and security – Illuminated EL text and icons on police, fire, EMS and DOT worker apparel for increased visibility and secure identification of personnel
  • Sport – Integrated into running and biking apparel in combination with retro-reflective markings for increased visibility in dusk or nighttime conditions
  • Branding – Illuminated logos in low to no-light environments draws attention to brand

August 11th, 2016

Posted In: Markets, Printed Electronics

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GSI’s CTO Gordon Smith ScD presenting at LOPEC 2016

GSI Technologies’ Chief Technology Officer Gordon Smith ScD is scheduled to present at the Large-area, Organic & Printing Electronics Convention (LOPEC) on April 7th, 2016. Dr. Smith will be presenting, “Printed Electronics enabling new wearable products” at the Technical Conference Program.

GSI Technologies is a printing industry leader in the development of flexible wearable electronics. As the CTO at GSI Technologies, Dr. Smith guides the scale-up and production of technologically advanced diagnostic and therapeutic wearable electrodes.

LOPEC will be held from April 5 to 7, 2016 in the ICM—Internationales Congress Center München, Germany.

GSI Technologies will also be exhibiting in Booth 415 Hall B0 during the LOPEC conference.

Source: LOPEC Press Release “Wearable Tech Boosts Electronics Sector” 12 Feb 2016

Printable version of LOPEC Press Release

February 22nd, 2016

Posted In: Printed Electronics

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Visit Booth 424 at MD&M West

GSI Technologies is looking forward to exhibiting at MD&M West (Anaheim Convention Center) on Tuesday, February 9th through Thursday, February 11th. On display will be medical converted components such as in vitro diagnostic electrodes, wearable electronics, heating elements, electroluminescent lamps, and much more. Look forward to seeing you at Booth 424!!

February 8th, 2016

Posted In: Printed Electronics

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The PCB Magazine quotes Gordon Smith, ScD

GSI Technologies’ CTO Gordon Smith, ScD is quoted by The PCB Magazine’s January 2016’s article, “Robots, Wearables, and Implanted Devices in the Age of Bionic Health” written by Jason Marsh.

Dr. Smith discusses GSI Technologies’ position in the medical device converting market.

Source: http://iconnect007.uberflip.com/i/623116-pcb-jan2016/12

Printable Version

February 2nd, 2016

Posted In: Printed Electronics

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GSI’s Gordon Smith, ScD to present at Printed Electronics USA 2015 on November 18th

Printed Electronics USA Speakers

“Every year the Printed Electronics USA conference hosted by IDTechEx turns out to be a significant draw for our suppliers, partners, and customers. We always leave the event with significant new knowledge on the printed electronics market and more importantly new customer engagements.” Gordon Smith, ScD GSI Technologies.

November 17th, 2015

Posted In: Printed Electronics

GSI Technologies at Printed Electronics Show

Printed Electronics USA Booth Sign

GSI Technologies is excited to once again have a presence at the 2015 Printed Electronics USA show. This is the only event that focuses on the commercialization of printed, organic, and flexible electronics. Located in Santa Clara, CA, the show on November 19th and 20th features over 200 exhibitors.

GSI Technologies will have representatives on hand within the exhibit hall demonstrating many exciting printed electronics products. In addition, our own Gordon Smith, CTO of GSI, will be giving a presentation entitled “Printed Flexible Electrodes for Wearable Electronics”.

Attendees to the conference will be able to see the latest innovations in printed electronics, wearable technology, and sensors. Come visit GSI Technologies on the conference floor – our booth is G06!

November 17th, 2015

Posted In: Printed Electronics

GSI Technologies noted in Kiplinger Letter Tech Alert

Kiplinger Tech Alert September 2015

From the Kiplinger Letter Tech Alerts dated September 30th, 2015. Among makers of printed electronics: GSI Technologies, based in Illinois; Quest Integrated, based in Washington; and Cambrios Technologies, based in California. Other well-known firms working on printed electronics include Corning, Boeing and DuPont. These and other players are betting on cheaper, better ways to add printed electronics to billions of products, many of which are increasingly being connected to each other via the Internet of Things. Expect to see printed electronics manufacturing facilities sprout in many parts of the U.S. where demand will be greatest. According to Ernst, a printed electronics plant costs about $20 million to $30 million to get up and running, far less than it takes to put up a semiconductor manufacturing facility. The latter can cost well over $10 billion to build.

October 1st, 2015

Posted In: Printed Electronics

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