Brewer Science is a global technology leader in developing and manufacturing innovative materials, processes and equipment for the fabrication of semiconductors and microelectronic devices. Brewer Science has a program dedicated to exploring new realms of printed flexible electronics and sensor performance. Its carbon nanotechnology makes its sensors among some of the fastest in the industry, and its sensors can be easily integrated with various types of sensing technology.
OTI Lumionics is making organic LED technology accessible for innovative new product applications. The Toronto-based company has developed breakthrough proprietary technology to reduce the marginal cost of OLED production, the capital cost of production equipment, and increase the performance metrics of OLED devices. OTI’s HaloTorr and ElektroTorr technologies drive down the cost of OLED production.
In February 2015, OTI received $5.7 million in funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), to implement a pilot production line capable of producing OLED panels in high volume.
OTI is eager to explore new applications and opportunities for flexible OLEDs. The company is looking for partners that are equally excited about applying the thin, lightweight and flexible aspects of OLEDs.
“We continue to grow our membership with fantastic industrial companies that demonstrate both technical and industry leadership, here in Canada and abroad,” said Peter Kallai, president and CEO of the CPEIA. “From innovative sensors to advanced lighting, both Brewer Science and OTI Lumionics continue to push the boundaries of we can accomplish with printable and flexible electronics.”