Gaining warfighter advantage with flexible hybrid electronics

April 26th, 2021

Air Force Staff Sgt. Adam Bowen inspects the temperature sensor inside the air intake of an F-16C Fighting Falcon, a potentially dangerous confined space. Wearable FHE sensor monitors are evaluated and developed for these and similar environments to monitor and ensure warfighter health and safety. Photo: Air Force Tech. Sgt. Clinton Atkins. FHEs and advanced […]

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Electronics and materials: an integrated approach

April 12th, 2021

Researchers at the NRC have developed a conductive aramid, achieved by chemically altering the surface before using an electroplating treatment to apply the silver conductive ink. Photo: The National Research Centre (NRC), Canada. Flexible hybrid electronics show progress with advances in sensory yarns and fabrics.  by Dr. Marie O’Mahony Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) bring together capabilities from electronics, […]

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