Wearable electronics are more and more part of our daily life: for the first time Chinese researchers have been able to produce electronic clothes with little effort.
Print Media Technologies: Für wen der Studiengang interessant ist Interview mit Volker Jansen und Gunter Hübner
2018 hat die Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart den englischsprachigen Studiengang „Print Media Technologies“ ins Leben gerufen, um jungen Interessenten eine praxisorientierte Ausbildung als Einstieg in die globalisierte Druckbranche zu bieten.
Food waste and additive manufacturing are two important developments in the recent years. The first a shocking crisis, the latter a solution for a variety of problems and challenges. Two Dutch students made the two cross paths now and upcycle unwanted food into 3D-printed luxurious snacks.
Who would have thought that drupa could change someone’s mind? drupa’s ambassador Deborah Corn has met Ellen Manning, Vice President of Sales at Eagle Systems, who shares her thoughts on the printing and packaging industry and how attending drupa literally changed her life.
To save paper, costs and lifetime of presses, the Dutch company Q.I. Press Controls developed an innovative smart pre-setting technology. The self-learning software is even able to make older printing presses more durable and future-proof.
With package damage and loss still being an issue in the packaging and transport industry, Intel now offers their Connected Logistics Platform. Low-cost IoT sensors that are attached to packages collect data to inform about damage, location, shock, tilt, temperature and humidity of the shipped goods.