Human skin, wax and leaves: At first glance, there’s no apparent connection between them. However, contact with a light source shows what they have in common: they’re translucent. Translucence refers to the partial light permeability of an object and is
Industrial tools and machines are permanently subjected to severe physical stress such as temperature fluctuations and mechanical effects (shock, abrasion, impact). Welding equipment, for instance, is constantly exposed to flying sparks, dust and heat while being used on construction sites.
Be it in the mobility, healthcare or packaging sector: Printed electronics are suitable for a wide range of uses. Compared to conventional, rigid solutions, printed electronics are flat, flexible and lightweight. As a result, they can be optimally adapted to
Innovative, breathable and self-adhesive: The adhesive pad from Schreiner ProTech combines all of these characteristics. It’s been designed specifically for the requirements of a humidity sensor. The sensor-integrated die-cut part ensures optimal performance.
In 1886, Carl Benz developed the first motor vehicle that’s regarded as the ancestor of today’s automobile. A lot has changed in the automotive industry since those early days: Advanced infotainment and entertainment systems, for instance, are just one of
A wide variety of applications for RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) can be found in everyday life, be it when paying at a supermarket cash register terminal, driving past a toll gate or checking out books from a library. But the
Back to the future: The Greta Movement motivated many drivers of privately owned vehicles to switch to public transportation. However, the corona pandemic in 2020 has infused a high dynamic momentum into the marketplace and triggered a reverse trend. Now
From raw material to the finished vehicle: All components in the automotive manufacturing process must be recorded and all installed parts are marked to ensure this. RFID solutions from Schreiner ProTech enable fully automatic component data acquisition.
Charge transfers are caused by electrostatic charging, i.e. the separation of or friction between two materials. However, energized components such as cables and wires, chassis or PCBs may also cause flashovers unless they’re adequately insulated. Components may be damaged, people