Wearable sensors in smart textile
Wearable sensors can be described as smart electronic devices worn on the body as accessories or as part of the clothing. Built-in sensors in wearables, such as accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, pulse and moist sensors ca…
Flexible electronics and bioelectronics
Flexible, soft and stretchable electronics create possibilities to integrate new functionality and form in materials.
Innovation support for small and medium sized enterprises
One of RISE’s most important tasks is to strengthen the competitiveness of small and medium-sized Swedish businesses (SMEs). Our focus is always on the needs of the individual company and we offer customised support and expertise …
SME coaching in electronics
We help inventors and SME's with technical and commercial expertise in electronics, sensors, novel production techniques and miniaturisation.
Electrochromic systems and displays
Electrochromism - to modify colour with electricity - is an exciting area used in dimmable glass; rear-view mirrors, airplanes and heat control in buildings, but also in small displays which might substitute the LCD technology, an…
Smart glass: Added functionality and interaction
Functional and interactive glass is a rapidly growing area of research. With our expertise and unique laboratory environment, we help our customers apply the latest technology and develop the glass of the future.
Electric dc current
Electric dc current is an area of expertise at the National Measurement Laboratory for Electrical Quantities. We are realising the national standard for the current unit ampere (A). Ampere is defined as the charge unit coul…
Synthesis and characterisation of organic materials
Organic materials used in electrical and ionically conducting/charged systems is a fast-growing research area to create electronics, iontronics and sensors.
Digital cellulose is a term which refers to cellulose with built-in functionality. Did you know that paper can act as a battery?
Risk analysis of machinery
RISE has a long experience of reviewing and providing guidance in conducting risk analyzes. By taking help from us early in the process, you reduce the risk of ending up at wrong level in this work process.
Specialty optical fiber
Specialty optical fiber are used in a variety of industries, ranging from communications and oil/gas industry to laser surgery, high-power lasers, medical technology, sensors and aerospace.
Energy-autonomous miniaturised sensor systems
With Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 comes a rapidly increased need for parameters to monitor, data collection and distribution of sensor systems. The main challenges for integration of a large number of miniaturised aut…