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10-11 May 2017, Berlin. The only event focused on the commercialisation of printed, organic and flexible electronics. Meet customers, do business

Printed Electronics Europe is part of the IDTechEX Show! A series of synergistic events on wearable, sensors, IoT, 3D printing, Graphene & 2D materials, energy storage, electric vehicles and energy harvesting. This international event, wit more than 200 exhibitors, covers all the technologies throughout the entire supply chain across all major component types.


From February 27th to March 2nd 2017, the global mobile industry players gathered in Barcelona and showcased what will shape the industry for the upcoming years. Among them, Nanomade. Their goal? To simply showcase what they call “The Next Touch Revolution”.

After taking part to the Samsung IPC show in Korea, Nanomade attended for the first time to the largest mobile exhibition in the world.

The French company strives to bring the Sense of Touch everywhere and indeed, they literally can. Thanks to their patented technology, Nanomade can make any surface (rigid, curved, flexible) sensitive to touch, force, temperature and humidity. For 8 years, the company matured its technology to be a very disruptive interaction enabler while staying easily scalable, even for mass markets. By doing so, the company managed to deliver industrial solutions to various industries among which mobile devices, wearables, automotive, IoT and Smart Buildings.

Nanomade’s presence at the event marked the beginning of a new era for the company. With its solutions 12 months away from mass production deployment, the French startup is eager to deliver to the world “the Next Touch Revolution”.


Nanomade has been selected by a pool of experts among 10 companies to pitch at the Venture Point at the unique European edition of EmTech 2016.

EmTech is the most important conference worldwide for emerging technologies, the stage where the most innovative ideas converge. It is a place where the community of MIT Technology Review gather with the companies with the greatest outreach and the most relevant experts capable of transforming our society and the future economy.

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ELECTRONIQUE : Nanomade, en marche pour servir les marchés mondiaux de l’électronique

La technologie tactile s’est imposée sur quasi tous les téléphones portables et les tablettes fabriquées dans le monde. Nanomade vise entre autres ces marchés à gros volume. Cette startup toulousaine a développé un capteur tactile de pression en nanotechnologie imprimable sur tout type de surfaces souples capable de mesurer la pression d’appui sur la surface en plus de la localisation avec une sensibilité du gramme jusqu’à plusieurs dizaines de kilogrammes.