In the consortium project Printed Electronics, the BMW Group, Lohmann GmbH & Co. KG and Papierfabrik Louisenthal GmbH under the direction of KEX Knowledge Exchange AG have recently developed a prototype of a new heating concept for electric cars. Technological trends can offer potential for companies in a wide variety of industries. “An automotive OEM, a manufacturer of banknote and security papers and an expert in adhesive applications are working together to develop a possible solution for one of the central challenges of the electric car: This network aspect is what makes our consortium projects so special,” says Project Manager Frederik Klöckner.
The rapid development of additive manufacturing in recent years has reached the printed electronics sector. Besides the established 2D & 2.5D based techniques, also functionalized 3D-printed components are feasible now by utilizing new processes with unique and disruptive properties. Become a partner in the consortium project and get to know the potential for your company.
Which leading applications will drive forward the intelligent technologies in the food and beverage industry? Which advantages can be expected from an intelligent production, plant or service? And which technologies in terms of sensor technology, network technology and data analysis can be used? Become a partner and find out!
Project cooperation offers SMEs the opportunity to obtain information on application-oriented research.