Autoliv has opened their gates for an internal PYCSEL workshop. This workshop took place 22nd and 23rd of March 2017 in Chiré-en-Montreuil, near Poitiers (France). Autoliv is one of the …
- To design an innovative active thermal sensor, using PVDF-based pyroelectric material, combined with an IGZO TFT matrix foil, capable of high resolution fingerprint capture.
- To develop a manufacturable process for a 500 ppi TFT backplane (reliable IGZO TFT allowing more complex design functionality to increase performance and reduce system cost).
- To develop a manufacturable process for the reliable fingerprint pyroelectric sensor, compliant with the 500 ppi high resolution requirements including encapsulation (mechanical protection and shielding) and sensor poling methods compatible with the TFT backplane (high voltage: 100V/μm of PVDF thickness)
- To demonstrate a small scale fingerprint sensor prototype based on the TOLAE developed technologies, including hybridization with on foil gate-driver and Si- readout.
- Large area innovative fingerprint prototype validation: To carry out an evaluation to validate the demonstrator for targeted applications and its compatibility to user case.
The PYCSEL project, funded by the European Union, has started on January 1st 2017. The kick-off meeting gathered representatives from all the consortium partners in Grenoble during the 8th and …