Development Of Protective Personal Equipment Integrated Printed And Embedded Sensors For Hazardous Environment And Personal Monitorization

Mr Andre Pinto, Project Manager and Researcher on Smart Materials
CeNTI
Portugal
 

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The presentation will focus on the demonstration of results of the integration of the sensing systems in potential hazardous industrial environments, comparing data measured using different types of sensors: commercially available sensors and fully printed sensors developed by the consortium. The description on sensors development will be focused on the development of fully printed, based on R2R equipment, for the construction of new emerging O2 and CH4 gas sensors as a disposable, low cost and reliable technology.
The speaker will also address some of the technological issues that were faced, by the integration of printed and conventional electronics.

Company Profile (Centre for Nanotechnology and Smart Materials (CeNTI))

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CENTI, the Centre for Nanotechnology and Smart Materials, is a private, non-profit research institute, placed in Portugal, equipped with cutting-edge technology and conducting world-class R&D. CeNTI provides, in a B2B approach, applied R&D, engineering and scaling-up production of innovative functional & smart materials and devices. CeNTI's mission is to guide RTD activities through industry-driven solutions, with the aim at contributing to the evolution of the Industry through development of micro/nanotechnologies and functional/smart materials, and by means of knowledge creation and diffusion, promotion of technology integration and development of technological intervention strategies.
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