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Applications overview

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Flexible and Printed Electronics

Flexible printed electronics adapt to diverse shapes, improving packaging efficiency in instrument panels and creating room for added features. Their flexibility enables innovative designs for interior spaces, while standardised modules alleviate strain on the supply chain and inventory management compared to custom electronic components and In-Mould Electronics.

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Miniaturized Sensors

The rising demand for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) necessitates compact and thin sensor components to save weight and premium space. Micro printed lines play a crucial role in integrating and connecting sensors, cameras, and antennas, facilitating installation and placement.

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Automotive displays

Extremely Thin Printed Lines advance the miniaturization of OLED and MicroLED displays, enhancing Heads-Up Displays (HUD) with innovative borders. These lines enable large-scale LED projector integration, introducing functionalities similar to AR goggles. The high level of integration provides car interior designers with flexibility in deploying projectors without the constraints of bulky systems.

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Microscopic devices, including accelerometers, gyroscopes, and mirrors, are shaping the future of vehicle sensors. Their real-time, high-frequency monitoring of adaptable suspension enhances ride comfort, safety, and performance on diverse terrains while ultra-sensitive sensors ensure precise activation of stability control, airbags, and seat belts when needed.

Feature technologies


  • Increasing emphasizing on driver safety aids
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Integration of advanced electronic systems for autonomous driving


Today’s automotive industry faces challenges, which requires solutions that are both innovative and scalable

  • A means to produce lighter, more sustainable and stronger materials for better fuel efficiency and reduced emissions
  • Precision manufacturing of electronic components, leading to more reliable and advanced vehicle autonomous systems
  • New microscale and flexible displays aiding the driver

Industries we drive forward

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R&D facilities

In research labs, UPD technology accelerates experimental processes with precise nanomaterial deposition, paving the way for groundbreaking discoveries.

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Consumer Electronics

XTPL’s nanoprinting facilitates the development of ultra-thin and efficient electronic components, driving innovation in devices we use daily.

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UPD offers innovative nanoprinting solutions for medical devices, enabling advanced diagnostics and more effective treatment methodologies.

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Marcin Cinkowski

Customer Success Manager

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