Keep up to date with the latest Industry News on new developments in the power technology sector. While Power Logic SA (Pty) Ltd is a marketing leading manufacturer of innovative power technologies it is also very important to keep up to date with customer needs.

You will find informative articles on previous and current trends in the market specifically focusing on power technology. It is a responsibility to keep customers and distributors informed of the latest trends otherwise Power Logic SA (Pty) Ltd would not be a global market leader.

Hot trends previously included smart technology such as smart phones and smart wearable. Another focus point has been materials that used to make power outlets specifically the type of plastics used. In addition solar energy is also another hot topic while more and more business try to become as green as possible in order to save energy.

SkinTrack

SkinTrack: The future of mobile interfaces

From wearable, flexible electronics for the skin, to implanting electronics into your skin. Modern technology has begun to reshape how we interact with our “smart” electronics. The new wearable technology, developed by the Human Computer Institute’s Future Interfaces Group at Carnegie Mellon University, seeks to completely re-define the term of wearable skin electronics and usher…

The Flexi-Tech Skin

A team of researchers from the university of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Engineering have developed a wearable skin that has OLED electronics embedded in it. Although being able to screen movies on our backs is not within our reach, the implications of wearable technology, ranging from health monitoring to new ways of communication has the…

memory crystal

The “Superman Memory Crystal”

Scientists from the university of Southampton have made a major stride in the field of digital data storage which is capable of not only storing an unprecedented amount of data but that is also capable of surviving up-to a billion years. Using nano-structured glass, scientists from the University’s Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) have developed the…