Flexible printed sensor tape for diagnostics of mild traumatic brain injury

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Event IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia

Authors

Tse Nga Ng
Ana Claudia Arias
Daniel, Jurgen H.
Garner, Sean
Leah Lavery
Sambandan, Sanjiv
Gregory L Whiting
Technical Publications
September 30th 2009
* The sensor tape integrates pressure and acceleration sensors, signal-processing electronics, non-volatile memory, and a thin film battery. * For low-cost disposable tapes, we are targeting fabrication techniques such as inkjet printing, laser machining and lamination that are compatible with roll-to-roll manufacturing. * This talk will discuss the progress in organic materials performance and electronics stability to meet the requirements of this sensor application.

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Ng, T.; Arias, A. C.; Daniel, J. H.; Garner, S.; Lavery, L.; Sambandan, S.; Whiting, G. L. Flexible printed sensor tape for diagnostics of mild traumatic brain injury. IDTechEx Printed Electronics Asia; 2009 September 30 - October 1; Tokyo, Japan.

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