News (Internet of things)

 
Imprint’s Battery Developer Kit helps designers prototype new high-volume IoT applications (photo: Imprint Energy)

Imprint Energy expands access to safe, flexible batteries for high-volume IoT applications

Imprint Energy (Alameda, California) has expanded the availability of its developer’s kit for its ultrathin, safe, flexible, printed batteries. Imprint’s batteries are particularly well-suited for new types of very high-volume applications such as smart labels, smart tags, medical patches, pill bottle trackers, temperature tracking, medicine-delivery pens and more.

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Telekom regional manager Dirk Reimold with Telekom’s IoT team as well as H+K CEO Ralf Krippner, Dr Martin Kemper (Helicom), Matthias Welzbacher, Frank Wahlandt, Jens Arend, Christian Hennig (H+K), Christian Bachschmid and Alex Jehs (ROBIOTIC) (photo: Hoff

H+K Group and Deutsche Telekom establish partnership for connected devices

Hoffmann + Krippner has been developing the product line of connected devices for three years. This division focuses on connected sensors, input systems and industrial electronics with cloud platforms and enterprise software. Mobile communication technology was set at an early stage as the path for data transmission – the LTE-M and NB-IoT energy-saving and data-saving options as well as LoRa (Long Range Wireless) and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) options in addition to the 2G, 3G and LTE standards.

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A smart card with flexible fingerprint sensor (photo: Japan Display)

Japan Display unveils flexible fingerprint sensor

Japan Display Inc. (JDI) has developed a capacitive-type flexible fingerprint sensor by integrating its capacitive-type glass-based fingerprint sensor technology and flexible display technology. JDI has been developing large-sized sensors and transparent sensors that enhance product design by taking further advantage of the features of glass-based fingerprint sensors currently being mass-produced.

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