Flexible X-ray imaging
In 2014, in collaboration with Philips Research, we demonstrated the world's first flexible X-ray detector prototype for medical grade X-ray imaging applications. We made use of solution processed organic photodiodes, which have an extremely low dark leakage current density of 10 pA/mm–2 ...
Focusing on minimal power and maximum range, reliability and security, we create perceptive systems that enable smart infrastructure. We make IoT platforms for smart sensor networks and conduct collaborative testbeds to verify their capabilities and potential in the real world.
The Internet of Things means collecting, sharing and analyzing vast amounts of data. Holst Centre aims to simplify the rollout and maintenance of distributed sensor networks with a modular IoT platform that enables easy expansion and updating, sensor self-calibration and complete interoperability
Our philosophy for smart living is the right functionality for the right user at the right place. And we make that possible by combining distributed sensor networks with a proximity-based framework and real-world validation to deliver new services that are relevant to the way people live.
Environment and body sensors
Holst Centre is pushing the boundaries of sensor technology, developing next-generation building blocks and system demonstrators that enable highly accurate, low-power and compact sensor nodes delivering the reliable data needed for the Intuitive Internet of Things.