Internet of things – connecting nature with printed organic electronics- breakfast with IoT World
8 September, 08:00-09:00
Printed organic electronics for internet of things (IoT) applications have been researched and developed at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Campus Norrköping, LiU. In combination with silicon technology and an array of communication protocols, those flexible electronic systems have been shaped into various forms of multifunctional IoT systems, comprising dedicated sensors and actuators, which are explored in a number of applications, ranging from safety, logistics, biology, to medicine. Plants, construction buildings, band aids and individuals can now be connected and several opportunities for novel future auto-regulated services and safety functions are possible and discussed.