Transforming a Science Projectinto Industrial RealityIndro MukerjeeCEO, Plastic LogicFor Distribution to Flexible & Printe...
Preconceptions and realityFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains pr...
The pessimist complains about the wind;              the optimist expects it to change;              the realist adjusts t...
From science project to industrial realityFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Co...
Overcoming challengesFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains propert...
Industrialisation of a truly  innovative technologyFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees...
World‘s first plastic electronics factory        • Gen 3.5 | fully operational today | capacity up to 1.8m units/year (bas...
Technology capability        • The most significant new transistor technology in decades now fully          industrialized...
Transforming multiple markets                      Signage                                     Watches                    ...
Learn and adaptFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of F...
Making choices…                                                              Science is often about OR                    ...
Growth through partnerships                                                                …we‘re ready for the next stepF...
In the words of the master…                                                                              "If no mistake ha...
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Indro Mukerjee, Plastic Logic CEO gives an insight into the creation of exciting new concepts, which sometimes lead to new technologies.

Going from concepts on slides through to actual first proof of concept and then real industrialisation is, however, a very rare journey indeed. Indro gives an insight into the Plastic Logic has industrialised the production of the first new transistor for decades and used this capability to create the world’s first mass produced flexible display.

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Transforming a science project into industrial reality

  1. 1. Transforming a Science Projectinto Industrial RealityIndro MukerjeeCEO, Plastic LogicFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance.
  2. 2. Preconceptions and realityFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 2
  3. 3. The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” William Arthur WardFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 3
  4. 4. From science project to industrial realityFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 4
  5. 5. Overcoming challengesFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 5
  6. 6. Industrialisation of a truly innovative technologyFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 6
  7. 7. World‘s first plastic electronics factory • Gen 3.5 | fully operational today | capacity up to 1.8m units/year (based on 6” size screen) • Commercial yields achieved | proof of technology and processes at industrial scale • Enabling customers to immediately test the market with transformational product ideas • Highly compatible with existing LCD processes and infrastructureFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 7
  8. 8. Technology capability • The most significant new transistor technology in decades now fully industrialized • Monochrome, color and animation all achieved • Over +110 patent families in the areas of: • High volume flexible displays • Integrated smart systems • High resolution printing for flexible circuits • Innovative flexible display product design • > 80 engineers, located in hotspots of electronics innovation and talentFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 8
  9. 9. Transforming multiple markets Signage Watches Automotive Smart Cards Industrial Military Education Healthcare Gaming Transportation/Logistics ClothingFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 9
  10. 10. Learn and adaptFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 10
  11. 11. Making choices… Science is often about OR Commercialisation is typically about ANDFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 11
  12. 12. Growth through partnerships …we‘re ready for the next stepFor Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 12
  13. 13. In the words of the master… "If no mistake have you made, yet losing you are ... a different game you should play." "Always in motion is the future." "So certain are you. Always with you it cannot be done. Hear you nothing that I say?" "No! Try not. Do, or do not. There is no try."For Distribution to Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference attendees only. Content remains property of FlexTech Alliance. 13

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