Optical Sensors in Organic and Plastic Electronics for Industry 4.0, Internet-Of-Things, Connected Object and Smart Lighting
Great America Ballroom K
14:30 - 14:55
The new technology of organic and printed electronics is based on deposition of conductive and semiconductor materials on plastic and glass. It enables creation of innovative products and services based on integration of sensors in smart surfaces able to detect presence / position of objects, gesture or for scanning surfaces. This technology fits ideally new demands for non-invasive, thin, robust and flexible sensors for IoT, Industry 4.0 and connected objects / wearable devices. First developments started for inventory control / logistics, connected retail, process control and biometrics sensors.
Company Profile (ISORG)
ISORG http://www.isorg.fr, founded in France in 2010 with 46 employees, a pioneer in organic printed electronics applications and development. ISORG produced the world first image sensor on plastic showing the ability to build a plastic camera with organic materials. Holding 15 patents, ISORG has received many awards that among at the FlexTech and FLEXI R&D conferences in USA.
In 2017, ISORG has opened a production facility in Limoges, producing OEM organic photonic sensors to be integrated in final products and offers complete services from proof-of-concept to mass production for innovative opto-electronics systems.