The Mordovian Nanocenter demonstrated this cutting-edge innovation in sports footwear, as well as the latest developments in the field of printed electronics at the 5th Annual Printed Intelligence Industry Seminar "PRINSE '18" in Oulu, Finland.
Over 270 innovation leaders from 21 participating countries presented printed electronics business case studies in various fields, such as health care, automobile industry and lighting.

Dmitry Krahin, CEO of the Center for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials of Mordovia Republic, presented innovative products of startup TC Printed Technologies featuring thin, compact printed pressure and bending sensors, isotropic adhesives, light-scattering polymers. These and other offerings of the nascent, but highly promising, printed electronic industry Mordovian startup make it ready to supply international partners.

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Startups from the Mordovian Nanocenter are developing the Russian printed technology market.

Today, the development of printed technologies in electronics is one of the most promising trends in high-tech industries. To represent achievements and exchange the knowledge of printed electronics cluster, the CEO of Mordovian Nanocenter Dmitry Krahin took part in the printed electronics seminar in Moscow organized by the company AkKolab.

"The Nanocenter has launched and invested in a number of printed and hybrid electronics startups. Nanocenter has an investment agreement with a Finnish company Flexbright that agreed to transfer LED foil technology to Russia. This technology is based on the printed method of producing light-emitting foil in rolls. This transparent sheet has a low energy consumption and has an ultra-thin form factor - its thickness is less than 1 millimeter. The characteristics of the new solution make it possible to expand the scope of application of light elements: from large-format lighting of large objects to integration into building and finishing materials, for example, wallpapers or home textiles,” shared Dmitry Krahin with Russian developers. This solution will increase the scope of the lighting market by using it in new segments. Mass production of LedFoil is planning to be launched in Mordovia. The company Svetcom was established in Saransk that specializes in the aspects of LedFoil application and technology improvement.

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The startups of the Mordovian Nanocenter printed electronics for the Moscow International Forum «Open Innovations»

The printed electronics market was valued at USD 3.13 Billion in 2015 and is expected to reach USD 12.10 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 22.38% between 2016 and 2022*. The startups of the Mordovian Nanocenter represented their new developments at the Open Innovation Forum 2017 that was held on 16-18 of October in Skolkovo, Moscow. The company Svetcom demonstrated to the guests of the Forum a flexible transparent RGB screen that allows to bring lighting design and advertising to the next level. Technological company Printing Technologies demonstrated a prototype of Smart Insoles for shoes with built-in pressure sensors, which enable to monitor an athlete’s performance in real time.

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Разработку саранской технологической компании

The developments of Saransk Technology Company Printed Technologies were well appreciated by European companies from printed electronics cluster PrintoCent in the Finnish city of Oulu. On October 16, the Mordovian Nanocenter’s startup was introduced at the scientific production and research collaboration meeting of the cluster, where Nanocenter is a resident since February 2017.

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The Center for Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials of Mordovia Republic has successfully tested pastes for printing of conductive stretchable elements.

In contrast to the traditional flexible conductive materials for portable electronics, the developed paste allows to print conductive elements that can be stretched up to 200% of the original length and return to the original state while maintaining current-conducting properties. So far DuPont is the only company that produces a similar product. A few other companies have products that are in production but not yet available in the market, for example, similar product of Panasonic.

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