1D-NEON is a 4 year Innovation Action of the H2020 work programme funded by the European Commission under the NMP-22 2015 call topic “Fiber-based materials for non-clothing applications”. The vision of the 1D-NEON project is to create outstanding added value for the textile manufacturing industry. This will be accomplished by developing fibre-based smart materials along with an integrated technology platform for the manufacturing in Europe of new products enabling applications in sensing, lighting, energy and electronics.

Shifting component manufacturing from 2D to 1D fibres opens up the field for a much broader range of free form factors that are made possible by weaving each element onto a multi-functional nano-fibre network.
At a glance
The vision of 1D-NEON is to develop fibre-based smart materials along with an integrated technology platform for the manufacturing in Europe of new products with multi-sectorial applications in consumer electronics, energy, healthcare and fitness, smart buildings, sensors and e-skin for soft robotics.
Structure: from lab to market
1D-NEON is organized in 8 work packages covering materials, components, manufacturing processes, pilot-applications, modelling/simulation, safety & standardization. Being such an innovative project, dissemination and IPR exploitation are also highly relevant.
Objectives
The overall objective of 1D-NEON is to build a modular platform for manufacturing fibre-based industrial products in multiple market sectors. Nanomaterials will be assembled into five basic fibre components along with manufacturing processes for integration into smart products, to impact three pilot upscale applications.
Innovation and impact
1D-NEON explores ground breaking concepts that will provide cutting edge advances in the design, sustainable manufacturing, testing and integration of novel functionalized fibres into multi-functional devices. By having academic research labs and industrial partners working in tight collaboration, 1D-NEON combines innovation and industrial viability to create a massive impact in European society and industry.
Events
1
Feb
Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge (UK)
innoLAE 2017 - e-fibres/e-textiles workshop
Workshops

The 3rd Annual Innovations in Large Area Electronics (innoLAE 2017) conference will host a thematic workshop on e-fibres and e-textiles, which is co-organised with the H2020 EC-funded project “1D Nanofibre Electro-Optic Networks (1D-NEON)”.

28
Mar
Messe München, Munich (Germany)
LOPEC 2017
Conferences

This year 1D-NEON project's vision is presented on the Publicly Funded Projects session of Technical Conference.

1D-NEON partners Cambridge University, EURECAT and CeNTI are representing 1D-NEON featuring poster and oral contributions at LOPEC.

30
Mar
Textile ETP, Brussels (Belgium)
Textile ETP 2017 - Future of Textiles and Clothing
Conferences

This year 1D-NEON partners EURECAT and CeNTI are presenting 1D-NEON results at the 12th Annual Public Conference of the European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles and Clothing.

29
May
1D-NEON Newsletter 1
Others

The 1st Newsletter is now available for download here!

In this edition we provide a summary of the 1D-NEON project technical activity and dissemination actions as well as upcoming  events.

Also, 1D-NEON Partner Solvay shows you an insight on their main activities.

Last Achievements
2 May 2017
1D-NEON: RF POWERED BRIGHT SMART CURTAIN
Videos

1D-Neon partner Bioage realized a wireless powered textile smart curtain, demonstrating yet another step towards smart functional textiles as envisioned by 1D-NEON. 

Video can be accessed here:

15 Dec 2016
1D-NEON: TUNED ANTENNA AND CAPACITOR ON FABRIC
Videos

Demonstrating another concept of 1D-Neon Bioage fabricated a tuned antenna and capacitor stitched on a fabric substrate
Video can be accessed here:

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1D-NEON (1D Nanofibre Electro-Optic Networks) is a project funded by the European Commission under the call H2020-NMP-22-2015 Grant Agreement No. 685758 (Innovation Action)
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