Sustainatronics– European hub for Sustainable Printed Electronics

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04 May 2023 | Danish Technological Institute

Europe must take a leading role in driving innovation and embracing emerging technologies to reshore a greener production back to Europe. This is supported by an international printed electronics cluster called Sustainatronics, led by the Danish Technological Institute.

The focus of Sustainatronics is printed electronics, a technology that makes it possible to print electrically conductive paths on virtually any surface. By integrating sensors and antennas, it is possible to develop new and intelligent products in a wide range of fields, from medical equipment, wearable electronics, logistics solutions to construction.

Sustainatronics offers a convenient solution for developing and integrating lightweight flexible electronic components into products, making it easier for individuals and businesses to bring their ideas to life. By leveraging our expertise, you don't need to be an expert in printing or electronics.

Whether you are looking to develop a new product with electronic components or integrate electronic components, sensors, or wireless communication into an existing product, Sustainatronics can provide the necessary technical development assistance. Our website ( is the perfect place to start the process.

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