Holst Centre and Imec have launched a new research programme, looking to further develop flexible OLED technology for displays.
The central objective of the new programme is to develop a cost-effective route to high-volume manufacturing for flexible OLED displays, bringing together partners in various fields to tackle challenges such as high resolution, low power consumption, outdoor readability and flexibility, reports the EMT Worldwide website.
The programme also aims to develop new materials, drivers and a thin-film transistor backplane matrix, to aid the technology's progress to market.
The research team will also focus on the manufacturing process of flexible OLED displays, developing new equipment and tools for integrated roll-to-roll manufacturing.
Documents and links
EMT Worldwide report
Research programme on flexible OLED displays
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