Printable Electronics program

With a potential to dramatically transform industries and markets, printable electronics (PE) is a new advanced manufacturing technology that enables the lower-cost digital fabrication of electronic devices. Through initiatives such as Canada's Printable Electronics Consortium, the Printable Electronics flagship program collaborates with leading members of the PE industry to conduct product-driven applied research and gain access to comprehensive PE solutions.

The PE program coordinates key industrial areas—including materials, ink, printing, information and communications technology (ICT) and digital manufacturing—to position Canadian industry stakeholders as early adopters of emerging PE technologies. The program further provides industry with the resources and networks it needs to become a global powerhouse in producing PE items for world markets.

Collaborate with us

Collaborate with us on strategic research projects to help de-risk your innovative ideas, reduce your start-up costs and accelerate your commercial development timelines.

Contact

If you’re interested in developing solutions or applications based on printable electronics, or accessing our innovative materials, equipment and processes, contact:

Mohammad Salahuddin
Telephone: 613-291-3989
Email: Mohammad.Salahuddin@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

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Submit an online request for information about our programs and services.

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Targeted industries

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)/Near Field Communication (NFC) providers, packaging, printing and security printing, marketing, healthcare and diagnostics

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