The combination of a thin foil and flexible, powerful organic electronics makes the application possibilities of Flexora's sensor foils unique.
Printed sensors in combination with organic electronics and conductive paths
check Flexible sensors detect physical properties such as temperature, sound, pressure, ...
check Organic electronics amplifies and digitally converts signals
check Conductive paths send signals to computing unit for user output
In our laboratory, high-performance technology meets state-of-the-art manufacturing processes.
checkRoll-to-roll manufacturing enable high production capacities.
checkProperties such as substrate, length, sensors and their distribution can be customised.
checkRobust encapsulation protects the delicate sensor technology.
Detection of corrosion, deposits, cracks, ...
Large-scale temperature monitoring of the battery cells
Detection of deposits (fouling) in pipes
Detection of cracks or other structural changes
A possible usage
Reflections of transmitted ultrasonic waves are used to obtain information about possible damage, deposits or corrosion in structures.
This is how Flexora's ultrasonic sensor foils work.
What makes our product unique
Our ultrasonic sensors are able to detect structural changes such as corrosion, deposits and cracks.
Organic electronics amplifies and processes measured signals. Thanks to its low cost, it enables large-scale production.
The sensor foils remain flexible, light and at the same time robust against environmental influences, thanks to the printed and partly organic electronics.
vom Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials an der Technischen Universität Dresden.
Less unforeseen system and production downtime
Reduced number of necessary plant inspections
System monitoring and creation of digital twins