Winners in the second annual LEAP Awards, celebrating the best components and services across the mechanical and electrical engineering design space, were unveiled on November 5, 2019. Across 13 categories, the judging panel awarded Gold, Silver, and Bronze recognitions, as well as Honorable Mentions for certain submissions. The awards program is supported by three leading publications […]
Peratech has launched its QTC-based EDGE force-sensing solution that delivers User Experience (UX) differentiation and functionality for smartphones, wearables, and tablets. Peratech’s latest HMI solution uses the edges of a device to provide what Peratech believes is a fundamentally better user experience. Thin sensors with Peratech’s patented QTC technology are mechanically integrated in key areas […]
Peratech has been selected to participate in the Innovation Zone (I-Zone) at SID Display Week 2017. The I-Zone showcases cutting-edge demos and prototypes expected to become the products of tomorrow. The SID conference, premiering the best display technologies and related electronics, takes place in Los Angeles, CA on 23-25 May 2017. Peratech will profile its […]
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Printable sensors have emerged as a new classification for sensing technologies. With its Quantum Tunneling Composite (QTC®) technology, Peratech has a screen printable polymer-based ink in opaque and transparent versions for sensing force/touch. The electrical resistance of a QTC sensor changes based on changes in applied force – more force reduces the resistance. Quantum tunneling […]