Getting smart on smart licence plates: ePaper hitting the road

Getting smart on smart licence plates: ePaper hitting the road We’ve seen a lot of technological advancements in the automotive industry over the last few years, from self-driving cars that are operational under extreme weather conditions to augmented reality for vehicle maintenance. While this level of modernisation is transforming the world’s most important economic sector,…

Survey: Half of engineers admit to prototyping struggles because of display sample availability

Survey: Half of engineers admit to prototyping struggles because of display sample availability Research highlights engineers’ frustration with the display supply chain and its impact on product innovation 05 September 2018, Dresden, Germany – New research from Plastic Logic exposes the frustrations that engineers are facing with the display supply chain and the impact this is having…

Handling the mishandled; addressing aviation aggro with smart luggage tags

Handling the mishandled; addressing aviation aggro with smart luggage tags As new technologies begin to enter the mainstream and demonstrate widespread success, airports are one of the first public services to integrate them. Facial recognition, AI and robotisation measures are all becoming commonplace in modern airports as public and private companies look to streamline and…

Putting display innovation at the heart of product design

Putting display innovation at the heart of product design Download Plastic Logic’s new ‘State of Display’ report to access real world engineering insights into the stifled world of display innovation Product displays are a creative canvas for innovation and product differentiation. So why is product design, and in particular the choice of display, so often…

Survey: 80% of engineers stifle innovation by failing to rigorously assess display technologies as part of design processes

Survey: 80% of engineers stifle innovation by failing to rigorously assess display technologies as part of design processes Research highlights disconnect between processes engineers use to select displays and the pressure they’re under to produce innovative new product features 17 July 2018, Dresden, Germany – New research from Plastic Logic suggests that display innovation in…

Diminishing the user frustrations with wearable devices

Diminishing the user frustrations with wearable devices According to a recent study, fashion and functionality are the two main forces driving the wearables industry. While we agree with the former (our recent blog on the #FashTech industry explains why), we’re not entirely convinced that ‘functionality’ is encouraging this uptake. Earlier this year, we conducted a…

#FashTech: Harnessing the consumer desire for adaptable, customisable wearable devices…

#FashTech: Harnessing the consumer desire for adaptable, customisable wearable devices… Despite the internet being flooded with a number of studies on the wearables industry, earlier this year, we decided to conduct our own study of nearly 2000 consumers to get a feel and understanding for what these consumers actually think about wearables in general as…