Press Releases

InnovationLab demos printed organic sensor ‘smart mat’ for social distancing in retail settings

25.06.2020

InnovationLab, an expert in printed electronics “from lab to fab,” today announced its innovative “smart mat,” a sensor-based distance-control floor mat that helps to ensure social distancing in retail outlets.

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Printed and organic sensors at industrial scale

03.03.2020

Worldwide unique constellation: For the first time, printed organic sensors will be produced in an industrial three-shift operation at low costs - high quality sensors developed in Heidelberg. With this partnership between development and industrialization - from lab to fab - InnovationLab and Heidelberg are realizing a new dimension of production capacities.

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Save the Bees: How Printed Electronics supports the Rescue of Bees

15.03.2019

The internal SAP project "Save the Bees" counteracts bee mortality with the support of InnovationLab. With printed sensors, the activities of individual beehives are recorded and made available via a mobile app. Automatic alerts inform beekeepers directly about any deviations.

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InnovationLab and Pure Value join forces for smart displays in retail industries

20.11.2018

InnovationLab and Pure Value proudly announce their collaboration on integrating InnovationLab’s printed pressure sensitive foils into Proteus Smart Display & smart shelves in the retail industry to enable anonymized monitoring of sale and purchasing decisions, pivotal aspects for successful marketing.

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InnovationLab is further strengthening its cooperation with SAP in the field of IoT

06.03.2018

In future, InnovationLab GmbH will increasingly cooperate with SAP SE to integrate printed electronics into future-oriented applications for IoT.

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The Federal Ministry of Education and Research recommended InnovationLab GmbH as ambassador for strengthening Germany's position as a centre for innovation

08.07.2016

The Federal Ministry of Education and Research announces 11 clusters and networks to support their international cooperation, among them the Leading-Edge Cluster Forum Organic Electronics. The selected projects will be funded with up to 4 million euros.

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