Ultra-Low-Power Printed Electronics
To disseminate electronics in all types of everyday objects and environments to make them “smart”, it is essential to use electronics that are inexpensive, lightweight, flexible, and easily customizable. Additionally, to avoid frequent maintenance due to battery charging or replacement, such electronics need to dissipate tiny amounts of power, as that would allow them to function using energy harvested from the environment.
At the Pecunia Research Group, we are developing flexible, printed electronics based on environmentally-friendly materials and operating with record-low power consumption. This technology opens up unprecedented opportunities for smart sensors and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, including smart homes, smart cities, and smart manufacturing.
Are you interested in partnering with us to develop this ultra-low-power printed electronic technology further? Would you like to explore how this technology could be used to make your products “smart” by embedding electronics in them? Please feel free to contact us!