Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver, Canada) has successfully delivered a first commercial production run of prototypes to a globally leading healthcare and diagnostics company. The client case involves the use of Ynvisible’s printed one time activated electrochromic displays. The display is intended as a replacement to the electronic display currently in use in the client’s globally recognised consumer product.
TactoTek (Oulu, Finland) and LS Automotive Technologies (LSAT) have signed a licensing agreement for the design and manufacturing rights of TactoTek’s injection moulded structural electronics (IMSE) technology. The agreement includes rights to use TactoTek’s intellectual property and a technology transfer that enables LSAT to design and manufacture IMSE parts in Korea and globally.
CPI, an independent technology innovation centre based in the UK, is celebrating 15 years of innovation across a range of different markets including pharmaceuticals, agritech, FMCG, automotive, energy and aerospace.