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  • 1. New print opportunities via innovative applications and usage of brand new consumables Presented by Christine Canet May 11th, 2011“Rien ne se perd, rien ne se crée, tout setransforme”Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everythinghas been changing… Antoine Laurent De Lavoisier– French chemist, philosopher and economist 2 1
  • 2. AgendaHow printed media will fit future trendsEvolution of traditional marketsThe printed media from an other point of viewPrint will fit future trends through printedelectronicsNew consumablesConclusion 3 How printed media will fit future trends… 2
  • 3. Our media consumption Bit Bang – Rays the future - Yrjö Neuvo & Sami Ylönen - 2009 5 A particular case: young readers Viewing location per media type A Qualitative Study of Future High Value News Media Audiences (2010)Howard Vogl, M.S. – School of Print Media – Rochester Institute of Technology 6 3
  • 4. A particular case: young readers Type of content viewed per media typeA Qualitative Study of Future High Value News Media Audiences (2010)Howard Vogl, M.S. – School of Print Media – Rochester Institute of Technology 7 The shift in publishing Bit Bang – Rays the future - Yrjö Neuvo & Sami Ylönen - 2009 8 4
  • 5. Trends for printed mediaFlexible E-Book readersAugmented reality and hybrid mediaOn-demand printingCustomized-content servicesMassive digital libraries 9 The printed media in the futureWhere readers can find referenceinformationWill synthetize and analyse newsCreation of « media brands » (Matthias Horx)with distinctive content, quality, point ofview and world vision, etc.Will be personalized 10 5
  • 6. Paper consumptionGlobal yearly consumption about 300 milliontonsNorth America and Europe per capitaconsumption between 300 to 400 kgThird world countries per capitaconsumption of only 1 kg www.articlesnatch.com 11 Evolution of traditional markets 6
  • 7. Commercial printing Presstek – Stephen Brower presentation 13 Packaging to 2013A $143 billion market in North AmericaFlexible packaging:» A $60 billion market worldwide» A $5 billion market in Canada» A rising demand of 3,5% annually through 2013Food packaging:» A rising demand of 3,9% annually through 2013» A worldwide market of $124 billion in 2013 Flexible Packaging Association – June 2010 and Freedonia Group - 2009 14 7
  • 8. Packaging to 2013 (bis)Further inroads of Plastics into Paper thanksto a rising demand for rigid packaging Paper versus plastics in Packaging to 2014 – Freedonia – Nov. 2010A $34 billion market for recycled content,reusable and degradable packagingRising demand for green packaging: 3,9%annually through 2014» Degradable packaging» Plastic recycled content packaging Green packaging to 2014 – Freedonia – January 2011 15 The printed media from an other point of view… 8
  • 9. Are you in…? 17A print… two components 18 9
  • 10. Two distinct “printed” worldsPrinted media, information vehicle…challenged by rising digital media andsocial networksFunctional printed products to protect,package, label, inform, etc.…will always require a physical substrate 19 The printed future of digital product 20 10
  • 11. Printing paradigms A print may implies different printing processes Color does not necessary result from pigments or colorants 21 Printing paradigms Other materials but inks can also be printed Print may overcome its role of only transporting information by owning some smart features 22 11
  • 12. “Print” will fit future trends through printed electronics Trends of the 21st century Smart package- Rollable display - RFIDPrintable battery Sustainability– OLED lightingRemote monitoring Sensor - Brand- RFID protection Intelligent food package - Health monitoring clothing Organic Electronics Association - 2009 24 12
  • 13. Print meets electronics 25 …at a crossroads Mobile internet Clean technologyPrinted electronics Digital media 26 13
  • 14. Short to long term applications 27Market trends / Future prints - examples A rising demand in North America for active and smart packaging: 8,3% annually through 2013 Freedonia Group – 2009 The global smart packaging market will reach $14.1 billion in 2013 NanoMarkets Large format flexible displays » $5 millions in 2006 » $339 millions in 2013 IDTechEx 28 14
  • 15. ApplicationsAir code technologyhttp://www.printechnologics.com/ Demo game powered by printed memories http://www.thinfilm.se/news/38-press- releases/242-thinfilm-launches-demo- game-powered-by-printed-memories- 29 ApplicationsPolylogo – Interactive coupon / tickethttp://www.polyic.com/poly-logo.php 30 15
  • 16. ApplicationsDigital newspaper – 2011LG technology 31 ApplicationsYnvisiblewww.ynvisible.com 32 16
  • 17. QIGC R&D projects related to new printing materials Potential of new materials Nanotechnologies and thin films• Innovative printed products• With high added value• In a context of sustainable development 34 17
  • 18. Nano crystalline celluloseApril 2008The Government awarded a $500,000 grantto the QIGC to strengthen its researchcapabilitiesThe project aimed at developing a liquidprinting material, based on nano crystallinecellulose and at developing printedapplications 35Properties:• Available in large quantities• Non-toxic• Recyclable• Produced from renewable resourcesPossible applications:• Metallic effects and iridescent colours• Formulation of inks and coatings with special optical effects• Security applications 36 18
  • 19. Printed electronics Flexible electronic displays OLEDs on paper Conductive inks 37Nanotechnology for intelligent packaging To extend food shelf life For humidity and oxygen barriers on paper For more attractive and “green” prints For traceability 38 19
  • 20. Explored research topicsNatural and non-toxic inksPrinted antimicrobial coating 39 Conclusion 20
  • 21. A printed futurePrinted digital media … interactive and intelligent prints … RFID tags … sensors, captors … solar panels, etc.Short term and local developmentsA world to discover…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_H05FHw-lBs&feature=email 41 Thank you! ccanet@icgq.qc.ca 42 21