Posted on Dec 30, 2019
Holst Centre shows human centric wearables for smart health at CES in Las Vegas
Holst Centre, an independent R&D center based in The Netherlands, will present several of its developments on human-centric wearables for smart health at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas between 7-10 January.
Posted on Dec 18, 2019
Development project for flexible tags successfully completed within framework Holst Centre
Imec, TNO, and Cartamundi announced that they have developed a flexible capacitive identification tag that communicates with standard touch screens (C-touch).
Posted on Nov 15, 2019
Holst Centre shows next step towards cheaper flexible electronics
Researchers from Holst Centre have become the first to use spatial atomic layer deposition (sALD) to create both the semiconductor and dielectric layer in a thin-film transistor (TFT) backplane.
Posted on Sep 12, 2019
An OLED pilot line introduces itself: From PI-SCALE to LYTEUS
Flexible OLED light - a dream come true for many product designers! The PI-SCALE project funded by the European Commission has been successfully completed.
Posted on Sep 11, 2019
PYCSEL, a new thermal fingerprint sensor
PYCSEL, a new thermal fingerprint sensor, winner of the best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator Award in the OE-A competition, will participate in the EAB conference.
Posted on Jun 19, 2019
Creating a sustainable future
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) define a vision for global development. That vision focuses on the wellbeing of individuals, major societal challenges and protecting our environment. It's a vision that Holst Centre shares. Put simply, we want to create innovations that improve peoples' lives – now and in the future. Our innovation is centered on applications and enabling technologies for SDG-related areas such as healthcare, smart mobility, human-friendly buildings and green energy. In the last year, we have achieved key breakthroughs in areas ranging from high-capacity batteries for electric vehicles that can charge in 5 minutes to sensors for monitoring the heartbeat of unborn babies. The societal challenges raised in...
Posted on Jun 14, 2019
Holst Centre invites you to join the Innovation Day 2019
Holst Centre's fundamentals are to contribute to answering global societal challenges in healthcare, buildings, cities, energy and mobility. The Holst Centre Innovation Day 2019, taking place on the High Tech Campus on 20 June 2019, is the ideal gateway to explore the smart technologies wit...
Posted on May 23, 2019
SALDtech receives further funding to enable mass production of the next generation foldable OLED displays
SALDtech announced today that it has closed a second investment round with Innovation Industries, a leading high-tech VC fund and BOM, Brabant Development agency. TNO, through its subsidiary Holst Centre, has invested over 10 years in developing a new technology called Spatial Atomic Layer Depos...
Posted on May 8, 2019
Holst Centre demos world's most transparent large-area optical fingerprint sensor
Could your car or an ATM recognize you just from your hand? Holst Centre, an open innovation initiative of imec and TNO, has developed a new large-area optical fingerprint sensor that is over 70% transparent – making it ideal for integrating on top of LCD displays. The new sensor will be publi...
Posted on Apr 3, 2019
Helping flexible solar panels last longer. Holst Centre and DuPont Teijin Films develop production-ready barrier film solution for flexible photovoltaics
Researchers at Holst Centre and DuPont Teijin Films have created a high-performance yet cost-effective roll-to-roll barrier solution designed specifically for flexible photovoltaic (PV) cells. This production-ready solution combines Holst Centre’s advanced barrier technology with DuPont Teijin ...
Posted on Mar 5, 2019
Imec at Holst Centre designs breakthrough sub-mW radar for presence detection in smart buildings
Imec at Holst Centre designs breakthrough sub-mW radar for presence detection in smart buildings Imec the Netherlands developed a new 8GHz UWB radar. The exceptional radar transceiver is designed as an efficient, low-cost solution for presence detection in smart building solutions. The ...
Posted on Jan 8, 2019
Holst Centre launches at CES 2019 disposable health patch to measure vital signs
This week, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2019), taking place in Las Vegas, imec and TNO are presenting the latest version of their health patch. Developed in the framework of the Holst Centre in Eindhoven, the new health patch offers unprecedented comfort and a long battery life, previou...