Category Archives: OLAE+

ORF4AUTO – conductive ink printing technology for automotive applications

ORF4AUTO project has focused on the common objective of the partners involved, in investigating the application of conductor ink (inorganic and organic) printing technology to current automotive antenna and telematic products, creating the first telematic unit with an operative antenna printed directly on it’s plastic enclosure. The project finished in June 2015. More info about… Read More »

Update from ORF4AUTO – Applications of conductive ink

This project focuses on investigating the application of conductive ink (inorganic and organic) printing technology to current automotive antenna and telematic products, creating the first telematic unit with an operative antenna printed directly on it’s plastic enclosure. It is a so-called Organic Large Area Electronics (OLAE) project, which market is expected to grow in the… Read More »

PRINT4PACK conference during HISPACK Show in Barcelona

PRINT4PACK project, which develops new techniques for low cost radio frequency (RF) temperature sensing and logging for frozen food, presented its latest research developments at the HISPACK Show in Barcelona on the 22nd of April.   This was an excellent occasion to communicate to industries in the field of packaging about the project in general… Read More »

LEITAT goes forward in PRINT4PACK project

PRINT4PACK project entitled Low cost integrated autonomous RF temperature sensors for food packaging. The project coordinator is CHIMIGRAF IBÉRICA SL (Catalan industry) a company focused on high quality production, distribution and sales of water, solvent and UV Inkjet based inks for Flexography, Rotogravure and Digital Systems. The partnership is composed by Zettlex (UK SME) ,… Read More »

PRINT4PACK

The objective is to develop new technique which can be used for low cost, radio frequency (RF) sensing. The main target of the project is RF temperature sensing and logging for chilled, frozen and fresh food. The technology comprises a printed temperature sensor, printed power supplier (supercapacitor), and printed RFID antenna coupled with very low… Read More »