New products to surprise and impress at the Innovation Showcase
With printed electronics to see up close and even touch, a range of fascinating prototypes and product innovations awaits you at the LOPEC Innovation Showcase.
The Innovation Showcase is a platform for showcasing exciting new products from the printed electronics sector. The range of real-life applications on show has never been as great as 2017.
Prepare to be amazed by what LOPEC 2017 had to offer:
AUDI presented a production vehicle TT RS, which includes OLED tail lights, that allow for various light scenarios, animations and even 3D effects.
Light Flex showed the new Light Flex technology, which allows printed light sources to be incorporated into clothing. This technology was displayed with in a Helly Hansen jacket.
The consortium of PI-SCALE presented the largest R2R demonstrator of flexible OLEDs in the world, fully roll-to-roll processed in the consortium distributed pilot line.
The Competence Center Schreiner PrinTronics, used LOPEC as a platform from which to launch its innovative new printed RFID sensor label, a global first, to the audience. This label can be used as a seal on the packaging for sensitive products such as medicines or food, and indicates whether temperature requirements are being met during the cold chain. This is also the first type of complex label that can also be used in roll-to-roll processing, which means it can be used in series production, too.
ITA RWTH Aachen displayed a lumbar bandage with integrated textile electrodes for muscle stimulation.
Armor showed a solar bag which is imprinted with a photovoltaic film. It can be used as a portable source of energy.
Carta Mundi unveiled a card game, which is based on thin film transistor technology.
Ingo Maurer presented a design lamp with two OLED modules from LG Chem.
IOFIT exhibited a smart golf shoe with sensors embedded in the soles to track and analyze your balance and technique. It delivers real-time data and coaching tips to a smartphone app to help you better understand how to maximize your training, performance, and health.
PolyIC was displaying a washing machine from B/S/H which features a 7” touch screen based on PolyTC® touch sensor technology.
MEDEA has launched a vodka that comes in a smart bottle featuring an LED label that can be customized with illuminated text. Users can simply enter the text to be displayed using an app on their smartphone.
With the Helios smart ring, e-Senses was presenting a unique wearable with a personal vitamin D coach, sunlight coach, and daylight coach. The perfect combination of the benefits of the sun and sun protection.