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Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-FP | Phase: FoF.NMP.2012-5 | Award Amount: 5.35M | Year: 2012

Due to the high potential of miniaturization and integration, with regard to the innovation degree, quality and sustainability requirements, the 21st century looks forward to the integration of new functions on plastic parts to produce smart plastic products, as markets are requiring traceability, security, communication as well as ergonomics. So called Molded Interconnected Devices (MID) basically combine all the features of molded plastic parts with electrical conductive circuitry and electronics components assembly directly on the plastic packaging. MID lead finally to highly integrated multimaterial and multifunctional 3D compact systems. With a 20% of growth per year since 2008, MID is the tomorrows converging technology for electronics and plastics. To achieve advanced high precision and high quality 3D micro systems, the EU industry is facing the following MIDs bottlenecks: - to be able to manufacture high precision 3D micro-parts integration plastics and electronics, including 3D plastic system carrier, 3D-conductive tracks and 3D electronics component assembly - to be able to reduce the manufacturing cost by 50% in order for EU industry to be competitive with low-wage countries, - to provide the industry with reliable, robust and in-line controlled manufacturing processes for plastics and electronics converging technologies. 3D-HiPMAS will overcome these challenges by providing the EU industry with a pilot factory based on 4 key technological building blocks enabling the manufacturing of low costs and high precision 3D multi-materials parts: A. 3D high precision plastics micro-parts B. 3D high definition conductive tracks C. 3D precision electronics components assembly D. 3D reliable and robust online monitoring and quality inspection system E. These 4 technologies will be integrated in order to launch the future EU pilot factory The consortium is composed of all key actors from the value chain, from the material manufacturer to the end-user


Trademark
Sonova Holding Ag, Phonak Holding Ag and Phonak Ag | Date: 1992-11-17

signal modulating, non-modulating and telephone adapter units for connecting audio-signal lines to hearing aids and plugs and cables for use therewith; remote control devices and parts therefor; computer programs for use by wearers of hearing aids; microphones and table microphones with or without directional characteristics for connection to hearing aids; radio receivers and transmitters for connection to hearing aids. hearing aids.


Trademark
Phonak Ag | Date: 1992-05-12

hand microphones and table microphones with or without directional characteristic for connection to hearing aids; radio receivers for connection to hearing aids and radio transmitters; signal modulating and non-modulating adapters for connecting audio-devices to hearing aids; telephone adapters for their connection to hearing aids; remote controls for controlling loudness in hearing aids; and parts for the aforementioned goods. hearing aids for hearing impaired persons; adaptor units for connecting audio-signal lines to hearing aids; electrical plugs and electrical cables for audio-signal lines for connection to hearing aids; and parts for the aforementioned goods.


Trademark
Phonak Ag | Date: 1992-05-05

hand microphones and table microphones with or without directional characteristic for connection to hearing aids; radio receivers for connection to hearing aids and radio transmitters; signal modulating and non-modulating adapters for connecting audio-devices to hearing aids; telephone adapters for their connection to hearing aids; remote controls for controlling loudness in hearing aids and parts for the aforementioned goods. hearing aids for hearing impaired persons; adaptor units for connecting audio-signal lines to hearing aids; electrical plugs and electrical cables for audio-signal lines for connection to hearing aids and parts for the aforementioned goods.


Patent
Phonak Ag | Date: 2010-07-19

A method for adapting a hearing device (

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