Browsing: Polish products

On April 26, at the press conference at the Polish Press Agency, Creotech Instruments S.A. has presented its latest product – the model of the universal, modular satellite platform HyperSat. The company plans to start satellites mass production, for use by both Polish and foreign customers, starting in 2020.

This year, for the 62nd time manufacturers and designers from 54 countries entered their current product innovations in the Red Dot Award in three categories: Product Design, Communication Design and Design Concept. Among the winners of this most important awards in the design world is Memola multisensory cradle by Agnieszka Polinski. Memola won the Red Dot Honorable Mention in Product Design 2017 category and joined the group of best-designed products in the world.

LPP, owner of the Reserved brand, opened its seventeenth store in Germany. Another flagship store was established in one of the best shopping streets in Hamburg, the city counted among the so-called Big Seven most important commercial metropolises in the country.

XTPL is working on a technology of ultra-fine printing of nanomaterials and it has just reached a new breakthrough by reducing the printed line width to 124 nanometres. The entire process of producing the lines is completely repeatable, which means that XTPL can start commercializing its original technology.

The Polish bicycle company, KROSS S.A has signed a contract to take over the shares and activities of the Dutch company Multicycle B.V. The bicycle production under the brand Multicycle will continue in the Netherlands  despite its recent financial crisis in November 2016.  The Multicycle brand is well established in its domestic market for manufacturing high quality urban and trekking bikes, as well as top-end electrical bicycles.

His conductive polymers allow for the creation of biosensors and more affordable flexible solar panels. Electronics are currently dominated by silicon. Rigid chips, circuits and transistors are made from this material. However, organic conductive polymers are opening the door to a new era dominated by flexible, and cheaper, electronics.