Extremely thin, flexible and transparent electronic components for a wide range of applications.
Whether it is OLED taillights or sensors: Printed electronics is becoming the standard in the automotive industry.
Entirely new possibilities from lighting and energy supply to the monitoring of building assets.
Printed electronics are increasingly changing the appearance and functionalities of solutions and products.
From powering compact smart objects to harvesting solar energy from complete building facades.
Enormous flexibility with minimal space requirements, glare-free light distribution, high efficiency and variable colors.
Printed electronics opens up new opportunities and possibilities—for example, for greater security and service.
From ultra-flexible body function trackers, that are simply strapped on, to interactive drug packaging.
Packaging will experience a substantial upward revaluation thanks to the diverse possibilities of printed electronics.
Cross-media applications of printed electronics. Many also provide additional boost to the Internet of Things.
Clothing that understands touch gestures, measures body values, activates digital services or provides light on request.
Spectacularly designed control elements where component and electronic functionalities form one single unit.