SmartKem, a UK chemical specialist and leader in the design and development of organic semiconductors for electronic displays, offers The Telegraph a glimpse of the future with a rare behind the scenes visit to its Manchester Technology Centre headquarters.
Opening its laboratory doors to Tracc Films for the filming of a Telegraph Business Club Masterclass video about the company’s pioneering chemistry, SmartKem showed how its ingenuity is revamping the electronic display market.
Steve Kelly, SmartKem CEO, said “We are proud to be making science fiction fact at SmartKem, transforming the way the public interacts with screen-based devices. It was a pleasure to demonstrate our innovations to The Telegraph Business Club and share how our vision is enhancing the entire industry.”
The video gives a look into the cutting-edge world of SmartKem, where international experts in electronic display science are delivering tomorrow’s technology, today. Sharing insights into how the company’s intellectual know-how is resolving manufacturing challenges via application as a drop-in solution for existing production lines, viewers can learn about advanced new form factors and the potential available to the market.
This organic semiconductor technology, TruFlex®, allows displays to be created on plastic rather than glass with a proven drive capability for both LCD and OLED formats. Offering unprecedented transistor performance and unbeatable electrical stability, the chemistry enables flexible, conformable and unbreakable devices to meet the public’s appetite for progress.
The Telegraph Business Club showcases inspirational businesses and company leaders. Its Masterclass series features industry thought leaders in a series of informational videos which detail the exciting work being carried out across a wide range of sectors. The film can be viewed on The Telegraph’s website from May 8, 2018.