Hybrid System

Holst Centre

Hybrid printed electronics combines printed functionality with conventional electronic components with the aim to use the best of both worlds: Large area flexibility of printed electronics and high-performance of conventional electronics.

Hybrid printed electronics combines printed functionality with conventional electronic components with the aim to use the best of both worlds: Large area flexibility of printed electronics and high-performance of conventional electronics. This enables the realization of relatively complex electronic products with a short time to market. A lot of classical electronics producers are now integrating these new concepts into their designs, thereby maximizing the use of installation space, improving the designs and enabling HMI's that are more intuitive and adapted to the human requirements.

Implementation Examples

Messe München

Solar Powered Sensors

Organic Photovoltaics enable the integration of solar cells directly in glasses and provide enough energy to power performant silicon chips for smart wearables.

IEE

Heating Foil

Printed heating foils enable a flexible and inherently safe integration of heating elements and are easily installed by classical electrical connections.

Holst Centre

Interconnecting Technologies

Hybrid Systems connect the best of both worlds, with flexible substrates, cost-efficient printing processes and powerful silicon chips.