At the recent LOPEC (26-28 May 2014 in Munich) many of the leading companies from the printed and organic electronics industry presented their latest developments
At the recent LOPEC (26-28 May 2014 in Munich) many of the leading companies from the printed and organic electronics industry presented their latest developments

OE-A releases business climate survey


Companies / Markets

The German OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), a working group within VDMA, has just released its first business climate survey, which signals a significant growth in sales turnover for this year.

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  As in 2013 Coatema will again be a part of LOPEC’s Demo Line
As in 2013 Coatema will again be a part of LOPEC’s Demo Line

Coatema uses LOPEC to introduce new lab system


Products

Coatema Coating Machinery from Germany just announced that it will present a new laboratory solution named “Test Solution” in the course of LOPEC, 26-28 May in Munich.

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  The new printed device for UV monitoring
The new printed device for UV monitoring

Printed low-cost device for UV-light monitoring


Products

Acreo Swedish ICT has just announced that it has developed a new type of printed UV-light detector that is now ready for the market and will be demonstrated at LOPEC in Munich 27-28 May and Biosensors in Melbourne 27-30 May.

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  A PulseForge system by NovaCentrix
A PulseForge system by NovaCentrix

Holst Centre and NocaCentrix partner to advance photonic curing


Companies / Markets

Holst Centre, an open-innovation R&D centre based in The Netherlands, and NovaCentrix, an US based producer of printed electronics manufacturing technologies, have announced a partnership to advance the study and application of photonic curing technologies.

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  The project’s target is to produce organic solar cells using environmentally compatible production processes
The project’s target is to produce organic solar cells using environmentally compatible production processes

New project for environmentally compatible solar cells


Companies / Markets

Just recently the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) launched a project called “MatHero” that aims at making organic photovoltaics competitive to their inorganic counterparts by enhancing their efficiency, reducing their production costs and increasing their life-time. As the organisers of KIT state “green” processes for materials synthesis and coating play a key role.

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