With key industrial partners, consortium is developing products for automotive, medical, smart packaging and smart buildings.
David Savastano, Editor06.13.18
The field of thin, organic and large area electronics (TOLAE) is of much interest to flexible and printed electronics researchers and manufacturers. While there are plenty of potentially excellent ideas being developed, reaching the full potential of these systems by creating the production capabilities remains an obstacle.
This is where InSCOPE comes into play. InSCOPE is an H2020 financed project whose goal is advancing printed electronics demonstrators to production prototypes. To that end, InSCOPE has selected four showcases to show the possibilities of printed electronics: automotive, medical, smart packaging and smart buildings.
InSCOPE features five leading European R&D institutes: TNO (Netherlands), CEA (France), CPI (UK), imec (Belgium), VTT (Finland) and WPK (Spain), with management and dissemination support of AMI (Czech Republic). Corne Rentrop of TNO serves as the coordinator of the InSCOPE project.
“While there is no shortage of TOLAE
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