TNO is an independent applied research institution with a staff of ±3000 people and an annual turnover exceeding €400M€. TNO maintains close contacts with universities and basic research institutions in order to translate up-to-date knowledge and insights into practical applications. Clients include government, large companies and SME’s.
TNO will contribute to this project via its Business Unit Holst Centre. Holst Centre is an independent open-innovation R&D center that develops generic technologies for Wireless Autonomous Sensor Technologies and Flexible Electronics. Holst Centre has over 200 employees from 28 nationalities.
Contribution to MADRAS
TNO will focus on processing technology for large thin film transistor backplanes. Using this technology, TNO will provide backplanes for the envisioned organic photodetector demo. TNO will also process the thin film encapsulation and will contribute to activities on system integration and characterization on this demo. TNO will actively participate in thermoforming activities.