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Smart Chocolate Box showcased in Munich at LOPEC 2016

Check out the demo video for the energy autonomous hybrid electronic system that the Laboratory for Future Electronics (tut.fi/lfe) submitted for the 2016 LOPEC demo competition (Munich, April 2016).
Smart Chocolate Box: Flexible Energy Autonomous Temperature Sensor. LOPEC 2016 demo competition
Smart Chocolate Box: Flexible Energy Autonomous Temperature Sensor. LOPEC 2016 demo competition

Smart Chocolate Box demo VIDEO

TUT's Laboratory for Future Electronics (LFE), along with several partners, developed a flexible energy autonomous temperature sensor comprised of printed and traditional electronic components. The flexible hybrid system was incorporated in a chocolate box to illustrate its application for smart packaging and showcased in the demo competition at LOPEC 2016 in Munich (www.lopec.com).

Funded by the Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes)
Dec. no. 40337/14: Naked Approach (nakedapproach.fi)
Dec. no. 40146/14: PAUL project

Contributing Partners:
Aalto University
Stora Enso
Tampere University of Technology
Walki Oy.

Along with all our external collaborators from Aalto University, Stora Enso, and Walki Oy, we thank the members of TUT who contributed. Specifically, members from the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering, the Department of Electrical Engineering, and the Optoelectronics Research Center.

More more information about the Smart Chocolate Box please visit the Laboratory for Future Electronics webpage or contact Thomas Kraft directly.

News submitted by: Thomas Kraft
Keywords: science and research, image and communications, printed electronics, smart packaging