Novaled AG

Novaled AG

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Novaled AG is a world-class technology provider in organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technologies. Together with its proprietary materials, Novaled markets its advanced Novaled PIN OLEDTM technology to display and lighting makers preparing their entry into this promising new field.
 
In operation since March 2003, the company has developed into a leading technology provider with a strong intellectual property position. In this short time Novaled has attained the world record in power efficiency.
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2018
9 Oct 2018

Plastic Logic GmbH

This profile covers Plastic Logic GmbH, which was originally part of Plastic Logic Ltd before it was split into two companies in 2015 - FlexEnable in the UK and Plastic Logic GmbH in Dresden, Germany.
26 Jun 2018

Heliatek GmbH

2017
18 May 2017

The future's bright, the future's OLED

Organic light-emitting diodes will soon show our world in a new light: the days of small light sources are numbered; in future, entire walls, ceilings, fa├žades and car exteriors will light up our lives.
2015
20 Feb 2015

FlexEnable welcomes British Prime Minister

Cambridge (UK), 19 February 2015 - FlexEnable, the leader in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, today welcomed the British Prime Minister, The Rt Hon David Cameron MP, to the company's engineering centre and flexible rapid prototyping line in Cambridge.
2014
7 Nov 2014

Light in new shape

BMBF-funded joint project R2D2 will start in November 2014 aiming at the investigation of production-related processes and technologies for the manufacturing of flexible OLED.
24 Sep 2014

The Apple Watch is a sign that flexible displays are finally coming

The Apple Watch was officially announced earlier this month, with the promise that it will come with a flexible display. However, there is some confusion about what the term means and what the benefits are for consumers. Dr Guillaume Chansin, co-author of the IDTechEx report "OLED Display Forecasts 2014-2024: the rise of plastic and flexible displays" gives his view on flexible displays.
23 Aug 2014

Cynora

After a complete reorganization in 2008, CYNORA started the development of organic functional materials for OLEDs and OPV. CYNORA wants to increase the efficiency of fluorescence to a level comparable to phosphorescence. The company says that Singlet Harvesting does not require iridium. Instead, the chemistry is based on copper compounds.
7 Aug 2014

Samsung Display

Samsung Display (SDC) is the leading manufacturer of AMOLED displays. SDC was spun off in April 2012 as a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics. In July 2012 Samsung Mobile Display was merged into Samsung Display, consolidating the OLED and LCD businesses together. This profile specifically looks at the AMOLED side.
15 Jul 2014

OLED displays in wearable devices

OLED displays have been very successful in mobile phones. As consumer electronics companies are trying to identify the next big thing, there is now a proliferation of "wearables" - devices that can be worn on the body. OLED technology brings some distinct advantages in these applications, such as thinner and curved displays.
6 Jun 2014

Plastic Logic next step in organic flexible AMOLED demonstrator

Plastic Logic, experts in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, has shown the second in its series of all-plastic flexible AMOLED display demonstrators.
10 Apr 2014

Plastic Logic shows a flexible OLED display for wearable devices

Plastic Logic demonstrated a flexible AMOLED display at Printed Electronics Europe, an event organised by IDTechEx. The flexible device is the direct result of a recently announced collaboration with Novaled, a supplier of OLED materials.
9 Apr 2014

Highlights from the Printed Electronics Europe event in Berlin

The 11th annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics event took place in Berlin last week. The conference and tradeshow looked at a diverse range of technologies - both within printed electronics and also related technologies, such as Graphene, Wearable Technology, the Internet of Things, Energy Harvesting and 3D Printing, reflecting the broad opportunities for the technology.
8 Apr 2014

Highlights from the IDTechEx emerging technology events in Berlin

IDTechEx recently organised a co-located conference and tradeshow on printed electronics, energy harvesting, 3D printing, graphene and supercapacitors. In this article series, we will provide some of the latest highlights from these conferences.
1 Apr 2014

Solution Processed Transport Layers for Printed Display Applications

Novaled, Germany
17 Feb 2014

BASF

12 Feb 2014

The tipping point

2014 has only just begun and already discussions abound on how a "tipping point" has been reached in the field of printed and flexible electronics, a statement mostly backed by the significant interest and accompanying investment by LG and Samsung into the commercialisation of flexible displays.
10 Feb 2014

Impressions: 2014Flex, Flexible & Printed Electronics Event

This article covers the main impressions of the 2014 Flex conference, organized by the Flextech Alliance in Phoenix, Arizona. Approximately 600 attendees visited the conference and exhibition, and the consensus was that a "tipping point" has been reached in the field of printed and flexible electronics. IDTechEx will discuss this and its latest learning about barriers, printed sensors, and wearable electronics.
7 Feb 2014

Plastic Logic, Novaled partner to demonstrate world first for displays

Plastic Logic and Novaled have announced a partnership which will transform and accelerate the market for flexible and wearable displays.
6 Jan 2014

Printed Electronics Technology, Supplier and Case Study Snapshot

The following article summarizes the current status of the main printed electronics technologies for components in consumer goods and healthcare applications, providing for each one market drivers, case studies and key suppliers, cost structures and challenges.
2013
18 Nov 2013

Analyzing the Profits in the Printed Electronics Market in 2013

According to IDTechEx research, the market for printed and potentially printed electronics, including organics, inorganics and composites, will rise from $16.04 billion in 2013 to $76.79 billion in 2023.In this article, we will detailed the market size and forecast by application, highlight which companies are making money and why, and discuss the main go-to-market strategies.