ID WORLD International Congress: Laurent Jamet

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Laurent Jamet

Co-Founder, Director Business Development – Isorg

Speaks at ID WORLD on Sustainability

Laurent Jamet is co-founder and business development director of ISORG.

He has been involved in the organic electronics industry in his previous positions of business development director for smart textiles in Sofileta (2007 – 2010), leading the Smart Textiles working group of the Organic Electronics Association.

Mr. Jamet has held different positions in the semiconductor industry in STMicroelectronics (1990 – 2007) in design, marketing, business development, new technology development for consumer and industry markets (computer, automotive, wireless), in particular for Nokia.

“PRINTED ELECTRONICS, A GREEN TECHNOLOGY TO ENABLE NEW MARKETS IN DATA COLLECTION AND IDENTIFICATION”

Printed Electronics is a breakthrough technology transforming plastic and glass into smart substrates with vision and identification capabilities. ISORG is a new start-up of CEA-LITEN Nanomaterials laboratory (Grenoble), created in May 2010 and pioneer company of photodetectors and image sensors in organic printed electronics on plastic and glass. Large area optical sensors are built with liquid semiconductor materials printed with high throughput equipments and transforming light into information. After years of R&D of new materials development by organic chemistry industry, this green technology is now offering opportunities for innovative products to the identification, security, logistics, pharmaceutical industries : ISORG optical sensors have unique properties of large area detection, flexibility and conformability, low weight, thin profile for easy mechanical integration and cost competitiveness for large volumes. Absolutely new functionalities can be developed such interactive plastic surfaces able to identify object forms and shapes for stock management , optical character recognition and scanner markets, 3D vision for manufacturing process control, specific motion recognition for innovative access control and longer term for biometrics markets. This new technology is a eco aware electronics, with low carbon footprint, using very limited quantities of non toxic materials.

 

Speaking on November 3


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