ISORG at Printed Electronics Europe 2013


Track 3  featured some leading Printed Electronics innovators discussing Sensor Technology Developments.
Laurent Jamet, ISORG's co-founder and director business development, led off with "When Printed Electronics Meet Design and Usages for Highly Innovative Functionalities."

ISORG's organic photosensors transform plastic, paper and glass into smart and interactive surfaces.

"Our fully integrated organic photosensors are a fully printed process that is air and temperature ambient and is produced sheet to sheet," James said. "These are thin, light robust and flexible sensors. We create a large area optical sensor with no need for optical elements, and have also developed gesture recognition at a short distance."

Jamet noted that ISORG is reaching commercialization now.

"Our pilot production line began in 2012," James said. "We are transferring the technology to the market now, with mass production starting next year. Target applications include medical and health, such as sensors for digital x-ray imaging, pharmacy and diagnostics; industrial; and consumer markets, which includes smart phones and tablets, appliances, image sensors, smart textiles and smart packaging."

David Savastano

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