Integrating Printed and Silicon Electronics

Matti Mäntysalo, Thomas Kraft

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Abstract

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is a vision for the connectivity of anything, at anytime and from anyplace. It will extend today’s internet to the physical world that surrounds us (things and objects). To reach the vision of IoE, technical innovation is required in a number of fields from hardware solutions to data management. Stick-it-on devices (SioDs) are one of the revolutionary innovations enabling the vision and bringing intelligence into today’s real world objects. SioDs are flexible, energy autonomous, interactive devices that can perform functions like sensing, actuating, computing, and/or communicating.
To incorporate low-power high-performance computing into the SioDs, it is necessary to integrate both flexible printed and silicon components. This presentation focuses on the integration of printed and conventional electronics. It will present progress in 1) SMD mounting, 2) flip-chip bonding, and 3) direct chip connections (e.g. replacement of wire-bonding).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Flexible and Printed Electroncis
Place of PublicationYonezawa
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2016
MoE publication typeD3 Professional conference proceedings

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Electronic equipment
Internet
Silicon
Interactive devices
Innovation
Surface mount technology
Mountings
Information management
Wire
Hardware

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Mäntysalo, M., & Kraft, T. (2016). Integrating Printed and Silicon Electronics. In International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electroncis Yonezawa.
Mäntysalo, Matti ; Kraft, Thomas. / Integrating Printed and Silicon Electronics. International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electroncis . Yonezawa, 2016.
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