One result was the continuation of the pilot-line service for flexible organic light emitting diodes (OLED) under the lead of the Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP. The OLED pilot-line service continues under the name LYTEUS. To promote the services offered by LYTEUS, the consortium invites potential industrial customers to a workshop (website) on Nov. 7, 2019, in Dresden, Germany.
Within the framework of the PI-SCALE project funded by the European Commission, the leading European research institutes Fraunhofer FEP, VTT, Holst Centre/TNO and CPI together with industrial partners Audi, REHAU, Pilkington and EMDE were able to set up the pilot line for flexible OLEDs. LYTEUS is able to supply industrial companies with customized flexible OLED-lighting modules and supports the development of new innovative products.
Together with their industrial partners, the institutes were able to achieve unique results, create and manufacture fascinating prototypes based on the flexible-OLED technology. In a one-day workshop on Nov. 7, interested parties can now experience the offer of the LYTEUS pilot line service on site at Fraunhofer FEP and discuss it with the partners.
World's longest OLED strip
Freeform, ultra-thin, multicolor, transparent and flexible -- these are the attributes that distinguish the innovative OLED technology. Within the PI-SCALE project and by establishing the OLED pilot line service, the reportedly world's longest OLED strip in roll-to-roll (15 meters) was created. In total, more than ten different demonstrators could be built in cooperation with the partners of the consortium. In addition, the largest OLED demonstrator with dimensions of 30 cm × 180 cm was converted. As an area light source, the fields of application for OLEDs are almost inexhaustible. Whether automotive, security, lighting in general, light design engineering, interior design, furniture, aviation or architecture: dimmable OLEDs with variable colors offer almost unlimited creative freedom.
More info: www.pi-scale.eu and www.lyteus.eu