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Large format image sensors printed on plastic/glass

ISORG

Published on 27 August 2015

ISORG, which was created in 2010, transforms plastic and glass into interactive surfaces. Optical sensors built into printed organic electronics enable the movement of people or objects to be detected resulting in a low-cost, fully-functional material with huge commercial potential
ISORG’s optical sensors are based on innovative materials developed using organic chemistry. These materials are applied as a liquid on glass or plastic by high-speed printing techniques. The cost of these image sensors (up to 32 x 38 cm, soon 60 x 60 cm) is highly competitive, resulting in optical performance similar to that of silicium.

The technology is protected by a robust IP portfolio of 50 patents, held jointly by ISORG and the CEA. The first major clients of the start-up are industrial companies working in the fields of medical imaging and logistics. A wide variety of other applications are expected in the future including: Industry 4.0 sensors, internet-of-things applications, diagnostics, biometry etc.

Based in Grenoble, ISORG also has representation in Asia. The start-up will have its own factory in Limoges from 2016, that will be financed by an initial fundraising activity that has generated 6 million euros of capital.

Web : www.isorg.fr
Contact : laurent.jamet@isorg.fr

ISORG’s optical sensors are based on innovative materials developed using organic chemistry. These materials are applied as a liquid on glass or plastic by high-speed printing techniques. The cost of these image sensors (up to 32 x 38 cm, soon 60 x 60 cm) is highly competitive, resulting in optical performance similar to that of silicium.​