The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing for Large-Area Electronics is collaborating with CPI and PragmatIC Printing on an Innovate UK funded project to create a novel printed energy harvesting device. The aim of the “haRFest” project is to develop and scale up production of an energy harvesting device which will be powered by near-field communications (NFC) and could be integrated with sensors and displays for potential applications such as smart packaging.
Please read this news story on the CPI website for more information about the project.
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