21 - 23 May
Printed sensors enable the recording of new / further measured values and data. Whether in the process monitoring of bioprocesses, in logistics and warehouse monitoring or in the consumer sector. Printed sensors can be integrated cost-effectively and can be made available anywhere by means of smart measure electronics. The Internet of Things is even more intelligent through printed sensors. The possibilities are endless.
Printed sensors in medicine and health sector:
Whether in the hospital, at the family doctor or directly at the patient, printed sensors will enormously increase the quality of the health system. Reduce mortality through personalized diagnostics, reduce the costs for therapies or improve analyzes. Printed sensors contribute to the establishment of personalized medical technology, as well as cost-efficient health care are made possible.
Printed sensors in biotechnology:
Sterility is one of the key factors in biotechnology. With printed sensors it is possible to realize smart disposables. Multiwellplates which measured the pH value for each well, or an integrated oxygen and temperature measurement in a cell culture dish in the incubator. The benefits of this additional process monitoring capability are huge. You get real-time data from your bioreactor, your incubator, or you can implement a consistent quality control.
- EMG electrodes
- pH sensors
- pO2 sensors
- Pressure sensors
- Piezo active layers
- Other sensors are under development
Real-time measurements of different cellculture parameters quickly and easily:
- 24x parallel realtime cell-monitoring
- Optical cell-analysis ...
With that smart meter pH and temperature data can be determined and transferred via Bluetooth to a cloud. The easy handling and the use of low-cost disposables allows ...