ynvisible aims to strengthen its position as an innovator in ultra-low power displays with the creation of an advisory board (photo: ynvisible)

Ynvisible appoints industry leaders to advisory board


Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver, British Columbia), a company that specialises in creating ultra-low power displays in printed electronics, has announced the creation of an advisory board and the appointment of its first members: Dr Michael Okoroafor, Dr Harlan Byker, and Dr Harri Kopola.


Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC (photo: PragmatIC)

PragmatIC at the IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara: “To trillions of smart objects and beyond”

Exhibitions / Events

Scott White, CEO at PragmatIC (Cambridge, UK), will give a presentation entitled “To trillions of smart objects and beyond” at the IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara, California, on 15 November 2018.


A Lectum glass-free display (photo: Plastic Logic)

Plastic Logic ceases mass production in Dresden, Germany

Companies / Markets

On 25 November 2018, Plastic Logic ceased mass production at its factory in Dresden – a move that will impact 70 of its positions. “We are working with various organisations to help those to gain alternative employment and want to place on record our gratitude for their contribution to Plastic Logic’s ongoing journey,” said CEO Tim Burne in a statement on Plastic Logic’s website.


Smart’Ink enables innovative and flexible applications (photo: Genes’Ink)

Genes’Ink presents its Smart’ink Inkjet family of nanoparticle silver inks


Genes’Ink from France, a developer and manufacturer of conductive and semi-conductive inks, has unveiled its Smart’ink Inkjet family of nanoparticle silver inks that are reported to have an unrivalled conductivity for inkjet deposition. The company’s conductive inks for inkjet printing are said to offer the best conductivity and fast curing required for rapid digital prototyping up to full-scale commercial manufacturing.


The ribbon cutting ceremony on 19 October for new state-of-the-art laboratories (photo: Emily David)

Adesis celebrates laboratory expansion with ribbon cutting ceremony

Companies / Markets

Adesis, Inc. (New Castle, Delaware), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Universal Display Corporation, recently announced the grand-opening of its new, state-of-the-art chemistry laboratories in its New Castle facility. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on 19 October 2018 to commemorate this expansion with state and local officials, and other members of the Delaware community. The attendance included Governor John Carney, Senator Tom Carper and the Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP), whose support for innovation and job growth in Delaware were integral with this expansion.