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David Savastano, Editor05.27.20
Some of the most innovative work being created in the printed electronics space can be found at research institutes. These institutes have partnerships throughout the world of business and universities and have the freedom to reach into different disciplines.
InnovationLab GmbH (iL) is a special case of that, having developed from an interdisciplinary research institute to an R&D and production company spanning the spectrum from academia to industry.
From its beginnings in 2008, InnovationLab brings together key shareholders, including the University of Heidelberg, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, BASF, SAP and Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, as well as numerous end-users, focusing on the world of printed and organic electronics (POE).
At iL, this also includes soft- and hardware solutions and even IoT integration – a crucial step for digitalization. The benefits of low-cost sensors connected to a powerful cloud recently have been shown
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