We develop organic light by using two new kinds of technologies that use organic materials to generate light. Both technologies already enable healthier, more sustainable and innovative light today.
The Organic Luminescent Technology is based on organic phosphors in combination with efficient LEDs and enables healthy and energy-saving light. With this technology we develop high quality light sources that do not require additional electronic hardware and control software.
Due to the organic phosphors, it will even be possible to realize LED lamps without rare earths in the future. The so-called rare earths are largely built into the converter elements of the LEDs in order to produce white light from the original blue light of the semiconductors.
The Organic Luminescent technology provides great potential beyond general lighting for the increasing demand for special light in plant lighting. With the organic luminescent materials we can specifically adapt the light spectrum to different requirements and thus develop cost-effective products for the use in vertical farming.
Further potential of the Organic Luminescent Technology consists in the data transfer by means of light, the so-called LiFi. Compared to WiFi, this is a faster and tap-proof way to transfer data wirelessly and is extremely interesting for use in medicine, industry, office and private users. For LiFi applications, we develop light sources that enable very high data transfer rates.
We believe in the potential of OLED light and in cooperation with the Fraunhofer FEP we are developing cost-effective processes for the production of roll-to-roll processed OLEDs for high-quality and sustainable lighting solutions.
Using a technically completely new manufacturing process, we are developing mass-market products for the application of OLED light in general lighting, thus creating the only alternative to inorganic LEDs.