The expansion of nano- and micro-sized connectivity solutions has given designers the tools and inspiration to think bigger when it comes to smaller applications. Many of the performance factors that would have been limitations only a few years ago have been solved by the continuous miniaturization of interconnect products, combined with advanced battery technologies. New printable circuit processes and smart fibers take it a step smaller yet.
These products have great potential in military technologies, where their flexibility, low payload, and performance factors present tactical and practical advantages. In medical settings, bio-compatible wearables are on the forefront of tomorrow’s transformational treatment options and are already making an impact in devices such as cochlear implants, insulin pumps, and wearable cardiac devices. E-textiles, the latest category of wearable electronics, offer comfort, convenience, and connectivity across markets, making it easy to get closer than ever to connectors.
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