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11 May 2022

Flexible Printed Batteries Generate Electricity from Moisture

Strategic Elements Ltd reports that nanoionic materials engineering by research partner The University of New South Wales has created an improvement in the ability to convert moisture in the air to electrical energy.
26 Jan 2022

Battery Ink Cells Generate Electricity from Interaction with Moisture

In a significant achievement prototype battery ink cells were screen printed onto flexible plastic and successfully generated over 250mAh (milliamp hours) of electrical charge solely from moisture. In addition, over 5mA (milliamps) of electrical current was achieved under load over a 3-day testing period. The results detail a 150% increase in electrical charge compared to previous reporting.
5 Feb 2021

Brain Inspired Technology has Robotics Potential

Strategic Elements Ltd is pleased to report proof of concept work that highlights its printable neuromorphic technology's potential for data processing and self-learning in soft robotics (e.g. touch sensing) and other signal processing applications such as computer vision applications.
29 Jan 2021

SOR Battery Ink Exceeds 4V From Moisture in Air

Strategic Elements Ltd has achieved another significant milestone with its self-charging battery technology successfully generating an output of over 4V from moisture in the air over a testing period of approx. 5 hours. This was achieved through development of a prototype battery pack containing multiple connected battery ink cells.
13 Nov 2020

Materials for Printed/Flexible Electronics 2021-2031: Technologies, Applications, Market Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Dr Matthew Dyson, Raghu Das and Dr Richard Collins
28 Oct 2020

Flexible Self-Charging Battery Under Development

Strategic Elements Ltd subsidiary Australian Advanced Materials has agreed to develop a self-charging battery technology through its collaboration with the University of New South Wales and CSIRO. The Battery cells create electricity from humidity in the air or skin surface to self-charge themselves within minutes.
28 Sep 2020

Australian Advanced Materials

14 Oct 2015

Memory ink could revolutionise data storage in printed electronics

A new material that can store digital information and be printed onto various surfaces, could be used for memory cells in next-generation, large-scale printable electronics.
7 May 2015

OLEDWorks buy Philips OLED Lighting

OLEDWorks LLC has announced that it reached an agreement with Royal Philips, to buy selected parts of its OLED light source components business.