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VIDEO: Printed circuit business Trackwise on what it does and why it does it (TWD, piworld)

22 Jul 2020 | by: Richard Mason

Here, the management team behind technology business Trackwise (LSE:TWD) run piworld’s Tamzin Freeman through what they do and why they think the printed electronic circuit space represents such a huge business opportunity.

Trackwise has two divisions. The first is Radio Frequency (RF), which supplies 3G and 4G networks. The second is Improved Harness Technology (IHT), which uses a patented process to manufacture unlimited length multilayer flexible printed circuits. These can be used in electric vehicle battery packs in the civil aviation, medical, space and scientific industries.

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