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The Product Watch analyses novel products that are based on advanced technologies for the development of goods and services - enhancing their overall commercial and social value. It analyses the value chain of the selected ATI-based products, their link to the IPCEI and the analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the EU competitive positioning. This report specifically supports cluster organisations and S3 partnerships, providing intelligence on innovation areas where European regions could team up and invest together.

Total 18 items.
Flexible and printed electronics

Flexible electronics offers opportunities for various applications such as rollable, foldable displays, smart patches and smart packaging on paper and plastic substrates.

Synthetic fuels

Next to the adoption of sustainable social behaviour, the global mitigation of climate change calls for a timely adoption of innovative sustainable technologies.

Solid-state-lithium-ion-batteries for electric vehicles

Since the global demand for high-energy and high-power energy storage devices increased, lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries have emerged as the dominating energy storage solution for portable electronics and electric vehicles.

Photonics technology for high intensity farming

Digital technologies are rapidly changing agricultural practices today. Farmers still struggle to adopt the
technologies that are suitable for their specific practices, often due to high investment cost, both

IoT components in connected and autonomous vehicles

The European automotive industry, representing 6.1% of total EU employment and 7% of EU GDP, is facing a digital revolution in the 21st century in the form of the connected and autonomous vehicle (vehicle to everything ‒ which includes vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure, veh

Bio-based flavours and fragrances

While biotech flavours and fragrances (F&F) represent a niche, they may yet constitute an interesting example for an entry point to commercialise products based on synthetic biology, which is considered as a promising technology for bio-based products.