We offer help in our customer’s projects. Additionally, we are also actively participating in research and development projects!
Examples of our projects
- Failure analysis for demanding field failures
- Development of tailored test method for an industrial device using dust, humidity and electrical stresses
- Development of test method and material selection for polymer adhesive used in demanding environmental conditions
- Mixed flowing gas corrosion study of printed circuit board surface finishes and conformal polymer coatings
- Determination whether IP classification for a device was valid
- Environmental stress cracking study of plastic casing materials
Smart2Go is a project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The aim of the Smart2Go project is the creation of an autonomous energy-supply platform. Based on the results of the project it will be possible to use a wearable without caring about recharging over its entire lifetime. More info of the project and results can be found in the web pages of the project!
Currently the big questions are:
- How to combine energy harvesting elements, energy storage and supply system, sensors and lighting elements into an autonomous energy-supply platform for wearable electronics?
- Which are the technical specifications and requirements (including extreme environmental conditions) that will allow the smooth integration of Smart2Go platform into the two challenging applications: sport equipment and safety garments? The Smart2Go partners are now addressing these questions to define the system design.
Trelic is especially participating in reliability analysis, material characterization and interconnections (integration) of the Smart2Go project!
Smart2go project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825143, project Smart2Go.
CHARISMA is a ITN European Industrial Doctorate (ITN-EID) funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions programme. It promotes the concept of applied chemical irreversibility to engineer displays for smart labels applications.
The consortium brings together a unique team of world-leading academic groups and industry, at the forefront of plastic electronics. Through this team of experts, the network offers intensive training for nine talented early-stage researchers. The areas of the project include organic chemistry and materials engineering, flexible smart materials/devices, photophysics and electrochemistry, solar-powered technologies and device engineering, with the final goal to shape prime industrial researchers that has been exposed to the development of an irreversible smart label technology. More info of the project and results can be found in the web pages of the project!
Trelic is especially participating in reliability and failure analysis of the Charisma project!
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