TEMPE, Ariz., Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Universal Display Corp. and Arizona State University announced plans to continue a joint flexible graphics display technology development for the U.S. Army.
U.S. company Universal Display has been working with the Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University on an active-matrix phosphorescent organic light emitting diode prototype under an Army Small Business Innovation Research Phase II award.
Universal Display says the move to continue and strengthen its partnership with Arizona State University will accelerate the demonstration of the PHOLED on flexible plastic substrates prototype.
"Our work with Universal Display highlights the type of collaborative development taking place at the Flexible Display Center and the clear benefits that the Center's model brings to technology development," Nick Colaneri, Flexible Display Center director, said in a statement.
"We welcome an even stronger partnership with Universal Display with the goal of accelerating the delivery of lightweight, flexible OLED technology into the field where its benefits to soldiers will be significant."