Holst Centre / TNO

Holst Centre / TNO

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Are you looking for a reliable development partner, who can help to accelerate your R&D projects in wireless autonomous sensors and flexible electronics ?
As a flexible, independent R&D centre, we can do just that: by testing alternative solutions and materials, by developing and validating new processes, by de-risking potential scale-up scenarios.
We help to close the gap between research and actual business, both in an open innovation setting and in dedicated 1-on-1 research trajectories.
By partnering with Holst Centre, you benefit from the know-how and expertise of our researchers and you gain access to our state-of-the art lab infrastructure. Moreover, we introduce you to an eco-system that covers the entire value chain, including material suppliers, equipment builders all the way to manufacturers of end-products. This allows you to accelerate your time-to-market considerably. By the end of the project, you not only acquire new product concepts, but also the materials, tools and contract manufacturers, ready to produce.
Holst Centre / TNO
21 Jan 2021

Keiron Printing Technologies

The LIFT technology was spun out from research at Holst Centre, while Keiron Technologies still receive benefits in kind such as access to Holst Center's facilities.
25 Sep 2019

Sensor Development For Future Health Patches

Holst Centre/TNO, Netherlands
14 Nov 2018

Printed Organic Fingerprint Scanners For User Authentication

Holst Centre, Netherlands
16 Jul 2018

OLED lighting & Printed, flexible & stretchable sensors

Holst Centre is an independent R&D center that develops technologies for wireless autonomous sensor technologies and flexible electronics, in an open innovation setting and in dedicated research trajectories.
Included are:
11 Apr 2018

Printed Organic Photodetectors And Their Applications In Large-Area, Flexible Image Sensors

Holst Centre/TNO, Netherlands
10 May 2017

Printed Conformable Sensory Surfaces

Holst Centre/TNO, Netherlands
16 Nov 2016

Printed Conformable Sensory Surfaces

Holst Centre/TNO, Netherlands
28 Apr 2016

Rapid Prototyping For Functional Printed Electronics Using Inkjet Printing

Holst Centre/TNO, Netherlands
2 Apr 2014

Stepwise Process Optimisation for Printed Electronics Manufacturing from Small Scale Sheet-to-Sheet to Pre-Industrial Roll-to-Roll Production

Holst Centre/TNO, Netherlands