Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 10:45 AM – 1:10 PM,
Lecture on Best practice Part I
With the Printed Electronics Days, the top speakers in the industry give an insight into innovative and specialist topics from printed electronics: roadmap, coating processes, practical examples, drying processes, printing and measuring processes, and in-mold electronics.
HyPrint is very proud that the managing director Dr. Martin Gutfleisch was invited as a “top speaker” at the online event Printed Electronics Days and will present in the session “Best practice Part I” on the subject of “ Systems and Use Cases based on Printed and Hybrid Electronics: Development & Products ”
Theory and practice very often diverge. Practical examples are therefore the best way to show what is technically possible today. In addition, special applications, new products and printing on different substrates will be discussed in this session.
By combining specialist knowledge in printing technology, materials science and embedded systems engineering, HyPrint Hybrid Electronics uses the interdisciplinary synergy to offer full-service systems that are partly based on the ecosystem of printed electronics and thus benefit from the profitability of mass production.
The lecture deals with systems with partially printed electronic functionalities that are used, for example, as temperature loggers in the form of flexible, adhesive labels. The electronic labels (HyTLog label) communicate via a printed NFC antenna and a chip with common smartphones, on which, for example, the measurement intervals are specified and the data management is mapped via a HyApp. The temperature data is then transferred to cloud systems via HyApp and processed there. Furthermore, the potential of printed electronics is presented on the basis of development work and application scenarios with fully printed electrochromic components, batteries and sensors.