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ALSENTIS CEO to Speak at SGIA FP3 Conference
SGIA’s FP3 Conference to Examine Functional Printing
The focus of the conference is on innovation and how to achieve it.
Auto suppliers push into tech deals to mitigate disruption
Manufacturers in the automotive supply chain are scooping up acquisitions in emerging technologies to break into new markets before their competition.
West Michigan-based manufacturers are taking chances in a competitive market.
Design World Article
Will your next circuit board come out of a mold?
Several manufacturers are now exploring molded plastic and other odd-ball substrates for circuits as a way to simplify product designs and cut costs.
MiBiz Article - Auto suppliers scoop up new technologies
Automakers, suppliers continue focus on tech acquisitions, including in West Michigan
More automotive suppliers these days are finding it’s easier to buy cutting-edge technology companies than to develop the complex systems on their own.
Silicon Valley Investment
Holland automotive tech supplier gets boost from Silicon Valley investment.
An investment from one of the world’s largest suppliers positions AlSentis LLC to penetrate the automotive market far further with its touch-control technology.
Faurecia Invests in Alsentis to Reinforce its Technology Ecosystem for Smart Surfaces.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Dec. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Faurecia, one of the world's largest automotive equipment suppliers, announces an investment in the American startup Alsentis, further reinforcing its technology expertise in Smart Surfaces.
Semiconductor Engineering Article on IME
Get Ready For In-Mold Electronics.
Changes in packaging under development for new applications and price points.
Grbj.com Article citing ALSENTIS
Startups are thriving in West Michigan.
Report by MVCA indicates there has been a 20 percent increase in the number of startups in region during past three years
Crain's Detriot IoT Article cites ALSENTIS
Internet of Things takes on workspaces, hospital care, transportation.
New applications of Internet of Things technology from Michigan companies.
Printed Electronics Now Article on IME
The Opportunities for In-Mold Electronics.
Sun Chemical, Eastprint, DuraTech, AlSentis and T+ink team up to develop IME solutions.