Figure 6 Roles of each SYMPHONY partner in the project, including the new partner InnovationLab in WP3 and WP4 ©SYMPHONY – JOR
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SYMPHONY welcomes a new partner!
Since May 2022, Evonik has sold the TAeTTOOz® materials technology for printable rechargeable batteries to the InnovationLab GmbH (https://corporate.evonik.com/en/evonik-sells-taettooz-materials-technology-to-innovationlab-173925.html). Therefore, a change in the SYMPHONY Consortium occurred with the replacement of the partner Evonik with InnovationLab (https://www.innovationlab.de/en/printed-electronics/). InnovationLab, located in Heidelberg (Germany), is an R&D company specialized in the development of printed and organic electronics. It offers individual overall solutions from the first concept draft to the industrial production.
In the SYMPHONY project InnovationLab will use the materials developed by Evonik to develop an optimized printing process for the manufacturing of polymer batteries that will be integrated into the SYMPHONY Energy Autonomous Sensor System. The energy storage devices developed in the project will comply with flexible environments. The replacement of toxic materials and rare elements by polymers will reduce the hazardous waste. Energy- and cost-effective large-scale printing techniques will be applied for the development of cost-efficient self-powered flexible sensors and printed batteries.