Printed electronics opens up large flexible sensor design opportunities

July 26, 2013 //By Laurent Jamet
Printed electronics opens up large flexible sensor design opportunities
Compared to traditional electronic solutions, printed electronics offers several differentiating factors which make them particularly well suited to sensing application.

Most printing processes are compatible with large area substrates, which enable the design of large area sensors with sensing capabilities across surfaces of up to 500x500mm. This at a very competitive cost per area ratio (compared to amorphous silicon or CMOS technologies).

A pioneer in printed electronics applied to optical sensors, Isorg addresses several markets and functionalities. This includes scanning surfaces for X-ray digital imaging with the co-integration of organic photodiodes with transistors on amorphous silicon, fully integrated in printed electronics with organic photodiodes combined with organic transistors on plastic substrate.

Read the full article on page 34 of our July/August digital edition .


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