InnovationLab announces it has achieved a breakthrough in additive manufacturing of printed circuit boards (PCBs), helping meet higher environmental standards for electronics production while also reducing costs.
InnovationLab has acquired the material technology for printable batteries, TAeTTOOz®, from Evonik. The two companies have been close partners in this field for years and have jointly driven the technological development of TAeTTOOz technology through to industrial production.
In collaboration with its partner, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, InnovationLab will be showcasing its extensive portfolio of printed and organic electronics accompanied by a range of demonstrations at LOPEC 2022, which runs from March 22 to 24 in Munich.
InnovationLab announces BaMoS, its innovative battery monitoring solution for automotive applications. BaMoS uses ultra-thin printed pressure and temperature sensors to capture detailed battery data down to the individual cell level, which can be used to extend battery lifetime by up to 40%.
InnovationLab, the expert in printed electronics "from lab to fab", announces that it will be attending CES® in Las Vegas from January 5th to 8th. InnovationLab will be showing its portfolio of printed and organic electronics at Booth 51139, with a focus on sensors in automotive applications.
InnovationLab announces that it will be attending MEDICA, the world-leading medical trade fair, in Düsseldorf from November 15-18. At Hall 15, booth H16 they will be showing its portfolio of printed and organic electronics with a focus on sensors in healthcare.
From September 07 to 12, InnovationLab will exhibit at the world's largest mobility trade show, the IAA Mobility in Munich. InnovationLab will show its portfolio of printed and organic electronics with focus on sensors in hall A2, booth C21.
Our partner Trelleborg Sealing Solutions has developed a stock monitoring system that fits into typical warehouse stock bins and has an integrated pressure sensor mat produced by InnovationLab. If the contents of the bin are running low, the IntelliStok® automatically places a replenishment order, thus optimizing the entire process.
From a total of 13 countries, companies and institutes have submitted their technologies to this year's OE-A Competition. InnovationLabs' OccluSense® demonstrator by Bausch excelled with innovation and product appeal, winning the "Best Prototype/New Product" category.
In collaboration with Evonik, we have developed a rechargeable battery that is not comprised of contaminants, making it the greenest of all battery platforms. This partnership enables a high-speed production of safer, rechargeable batteries in conformal shapes that fit naturally and open possibilities for new applications.
iL and its partner developed a smart mattress cover for hospitals and senior living facilities. The integration of printed pressure sensors and healthcare software enables dramatic risk-reduction in dangerous pressure ulcers.
The partnership with the world market leader in the manufacturing of printing presses, enables the mass production of inexpensive printed and organic sensors, freeing companies to design and produce low-cost customized pressure sensors on an industrial scale for the first time.
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.
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.
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.
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.