13 Jul 2021
InnovationLab is a German research and production center that has a significant focus on developing and commercializing technologies based on printed sensors. IDTechEx caught up with Business Development Manager Florian Ullrich to find out about the latest developments.
11 May 2021
InnovationLab and Henkel have partnered to develop printed sensors for electric vehicle batteries. These can sense both temperature and pressure and are estimated to prolong battery life by up to 30%.
8 Feb 2021
InnovationLab is a German company with a background as research platform but a strong industrial focus that describes itself as a 'one-stop-shop' for the development and production of printed electronics. In January 2021 IDTechEx caught up with Innovation Lab's business development director, Dr. Florian Ullrich. Our discussion focused on their capabilities, pilot line and commercial opportunities for diverse printed sensors, particularly pressure sensors.
21 Aug 2020
Collaboration on Industrial Production of Printed and Organic Sensors
InnovationLab announced a partnership with Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG that will result in the mass production of inexpensive printed and organic sensors, freeing companies to design and produce low-cost customized pressure sensors on an industrial scale for the first time.
26 Jun 2020
Printed Organic Sensor Smart Mat for Social Distancing in Retail
InnovationLab announced its innovative "smart mat," a sensor-based distance-control floor mat that helps to ensure social distancing in retail outlets.
2 Mar 2020
InnovationLab GmbH was established in 2008. At first, it received funding from the government (from Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung). However, since 2013 it claims to be standing on its own feet and to be cash-flow positive.
15 Oct 2019
InnovationLab is based in Heidelberg, Germany. It has facilities in Denmark, Norway, Dubai and San Francisco as well as a production site in construction in Wiesloch, Germany.
27 Feb 2012
European collaboration fast-track organic & large-area electronics
European collaboration to fast-track success of organic and large-area electronics