Perovskite project to combine battery-free wearable LiFi and lighting: Page 2 of 2

May 13, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
The PeroCUBE project brings together 14 organisations across Europe to develop solar-powered LiFi and large array LED lighting using low cost, flexible perovskite materials.
The PeroCUBE project brings together 14 organisations across Europe to develop solar-powered LiFi and large array LED lighting using low cost, flexible perovskite materials.

VTT in Finland will develop a manufacturing process for Large Area flexible PeroCUBE devices and the integration into wearables. Aura Light Italia will act as the integrator of the lighting applications in its first European project.

"Perovskite technology is undergoing a development that is as rapid and fascinating as OLED technology. Therefore, we would like to use our extensive know-how in the characterization and encapsulation of large-area and flexible OLEDs and achieve a reasonable combination of these technologies," said Dr. Christian May, Head of Division Flexible Organic Electronics at the Fraunhofer FEP which will characterise and encapsulate the devices.

The University of Oxford in the UK will bring its expertise in the development of application-driven perovskite materials and the fabrication of efficient photovoltaic and light-emitting devices to the PeroCUBE project, while in Greece IoT expert Vodafone Innovus in Greece will develop the LiFi applications and Eulambia Advanced Technologies will develop the LiFi transceiver while the system will combined by Optiva Media in Spain.

The project also includes TNO in the Netherlands, CNRS in France, the Technical University of Vienna, Alpes Laser in Switzerland and Noesis Technologies in Greece.

https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/861985

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