Autors: Nikolova, B. M., Nikolov, G. T., Gieva, E. E., Ruskova, I. N.
Title: INKJET PRINTED SENSORS FOR ABIOTIC FACTORS MEASUREMENT
Keywords: Challenges in Higher Education & Research, vol. 15eds. T. Tashev, R. Deliyski, B. Lepadatescu, D. Hernandez-Dukova, Heron Press, Sofia, 2017INKJET PRINTED SENSORS FOR ABIOTIC FACTORS MEASUREMENTBoyanka Nikolova1, Georgi Nikolov2, Elitsa Gieva2, Ivelina Ruskova21Technical University of Sofia, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technologies, 8 Kliment Ohridski, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria2Technical University of Sofia, Faculty of Telecommunications, 8 Kliment Ohridski, 1000 Sofia, BulgariaAbstract: In the present review the state-of-the art and trends in the design and elaboration of fullyinkjet printed sensors for abiotic environmental factors are summarized. The study is focused to tech-nological aspect of sensor fabrication such as used printer, inks and substrates. The paper reviews fivesensor types for temperature, humidity, pressure, irradiance and chemical properties measurementbased on different transduction principles.Keywords:

Abstract: In the present review the state-of-the art and trends in the design and elaboration of fully inkjet printed sensors for abiotic environmental factors are summarized. The study is focused to technological aspect of sensor fabrication such as used printer, inks and substrates. The paper reviews five sensor types for temperature, humidity, pressure, irradiance and chemical properties measurement based on different transduction principles.

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    Challenges in Higher Education & Research, vol. 15, pp. 45-48, 2017, Bulgaria, Heron Press, ISBN 978-954-580-371-0

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