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Technology Roadmap for Flexible Sensors.

Technology Roadmap for Flexible Sensors. Humans rely increasingly on sensors to address grand challenges and to improve quality of life in the era of digitalization and big data. For ubiquitous sensing, flexible sensors are developed to overcome the limitations of conventional rigid counterparts. Despite rapid advancement in bench-side research over the last decade, the market adoption of flexible sensors remains limited. To ease and to expedite their deployment, here, we identify bottlenecks hindering the maturation of flexible sensors and propose promising solutions. We first analyze challenges in achieving satisfactory sensing performance for real-world applications and then summarize issues in compatible sensor-biology interfaces, followed by brief discussions on powering and connecting sensor networks. Issues en route to commercialization and for sustainable growth of the sector are also analyzed, highlighting environmental concerns and emphasizing nontechnical issues such as business, regulatory, and ethical considerations. Additionally, we look at future intelligent flexible sensors. In proposing a comprehensive roadmap, we hope to steer research efforts towards common goals and to guide coordinated development strategies from disparate communities. Through such collaborative efforts, scientific breakthroughs can be made sooner and capitalized for the betterment of humanity. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ACS Nano Pubmed

Technology Roadmap for Flexible Sensors.

Luo, Yifei; Abidian, Mohammad Reza; Ahn, Jong-Hyun; Akinwande, Deji; Andrews, Anne M; Antonietti, Markus; Bao, Zhenan; Berggren, Magnus; Berkey, Christopher A; Bettinger, Christopher John; Chen, Jun; Chen, Peng; Cheng, Wenlong; Cheng, Xu; Choi, Seon-Jin; Chortos, Alex; Dagdeviren, Canan; Dauskardt, Reinhold H; Di, Chong-An; Dickey, Michael D; Duan, Xiangfeng; Facchetti, Antonio; Fan, Zhiyong; Fang, Yin; Feng, Jianyou; Feng, Xue; Gao, Huajian; Gao, Wei; Gong, Xiwen; Guo, Chuan Fei; Guo, Xiaojun; Hartel, Martin C; He, Zihan; Ho, John S; Hu, Youfan; Huang, Qiyao; Huang, Yu; Huo, Fengwei; Hussain, Muhammad M; Javey, Ali; Jeong, Unyong; Jiang, Chen; Jiang, Xingyu; Kang, Jiheong; Karnaushenko, Daniil; Khademhosseini, Ali; Kim, Dae-Hyeong; Kim, Il-Doo; Kireev, Dmitry; Kong, Lingxuan; Lee, Chengkuo; Lee, Nae-Eung; Lee, Pooi See; Lee, Tae-Woo; Li, Fengyu; Li, Jinxing; Liang, Cuiyuan; Lim, Chwee Teck; Lin, Yuanjing; Lipomi, Darren J; Liu, Jia; Liu, Kai; Liu, Nan; Liu, Ren; Liu, Yuxin; Liu, Yuxuan; Liu, Zhiyuan; Liu, Zhuangjian; Loh, Xian Jun; Lu, Nanshu; Lv, Zhisheng; Magdassi, Shlomo; Malliaras, George G; Matsuhisa, Naoji; Nathan, Arokia; Niu, Simiao; Pan, Jieming; Pang, Changhyun; Pei, Qibing; Peng, Huisheng; Qi, Dianpeng; Ren, Huaying; Rogers, John A; Rowe, Aaron; Schmidt, Oliver G; Sekitani, Tsuyoshi; Seo, Dae-Gyo; Shen, Guozhen; Sheng, Xing; Shi, Qiongfeng; Someya, Takao; Song, Yanlin; Stavrinidou, Eleni; Su, Meng; Sun, Xuemei; Takei, Kuniharu; Tao, Xiao-Ming; Tee, Benjamin C K; Thean, Aaron Voon-Yew; Trung, Tran Quang; Wan, Changjin; Wang, Huiliang; Wang, Joseph; Wang, Ming; Wang, Sihong; Wang, Ting; Wang, Zhong Lin; Weiss, Paul S; Wen, Hanqi; Xu, Sheng; Xu, Tailin; Yan, Hongping; Yan, Xuzhou; Yang, Hui; Yang, Le; Yang, Shuaijian; Yin, Lan; Yu, Cunjiang; Yu, Guihua; Yu, Jing; Yu, Shu-Hong; Yu, Xinge; Zamburg, Evgeny; Zhang, Haixia; Zhang, Xiangyu; Zhang, Xiaosheng; Zhang, Xueji; Zhang, Yihui; Zhang, Yu; Zhao, Siyuan; Zhao, Xuanhe; Zheng, Yuanjin; Zheng, Yu-Qing; Zheng, Zijian; Zhou, Tao; Zhu, Bowen; Zhu, Ming; Zhu, Rong; Zhu, Yangzhi; Zhu, Yong; Zou, Guijin; Chen, Xiaodong
ACS Nano , Volume 17 (6): 85 – Mar 29, 2023

Technology Roadmap for Flexible Sensors.


Abstract

Humans rely increasingly on sensors to address grand challenges and to improve quality of life in the era of digitalization and big data. For ubiquitous sensing, flexible sensors are developed to overcome the limitations of conventional rigid counterparts. Despite rapid advancement in bench-side research over the last decade, the market adoption of flexible sensors remains limited. To ease and to expedite their deployment, here, we identify bottlenecks hindering the maturation of flexible sensors and propose promising solutions. We first analyze challenges in achieving satisfactory sensing performance for real-world applications and then summarize issues in compatible sensor-biology interfaces, followed by brief discussions on powering and connecting sensor networks. Issues en route to commercialization and for sustainable growth of the sector are also analyzed, highlighting environmental concerns and emphasizing nontechnical issues such as business, regulatory, and ethical considerations. Additionally, we look at future intelligent flexible sensors. In proposing a comprehensive roadmap, we hope to steer research efforts towards common goals and to guide coordinated development strategies from disparate communities. Through such collaborative efforts, scientific breakthroughs can be made sooner and capitalized for the betterment of humanity.

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eISSN
1936-086X
DOI
10.1021/acsnano.2c12606
pmid
36892156

Abstract

Humans rely increasingly on sensors to address grand challenges and to improve quality of life in the era of digitalization and big data. For ubiquitous sensing, flexible sensors are developed to overcome the limitations of conventional rigid counterparts. Despite rapid advancement in bench-side research over the last decade, the market adoption of flexible sensors remains limited. To ease and to expedite their deployment, here, we identify bottlenecks hindering the maturation of flexible sensors and propose promising solutions. We first analyze challenges in achieving satisfactory sensing performance for real-world applications and then summarize issues in compatible sensor-biology interfaces, followed by brief discussions on powering and connecting sensor networks. Issues en route to commercialization and for sustainable growth of the sector are also analyzed, highlighting environmental concerns and emphasizing nontechnical issues such as business, regulatory, and ethical considerations. Additionally, we look at future intelligent flexible sensors. In proposing a comprehensive roadmap, we hope to steer research efforts towards common goals and to guide coordinated development strategies from disparate communities. Through such collaborative efforts, scientific breakthroughs can be made sooner and capitalized for the betterment of humanity.

Journal

ACS NanoPubmed

Published: Mar 29, 2023

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