Products

“Digitalisation” and “Sustainability” are key forward-thinking topics of the healthcare industry. This is also the motto of Schreiner MediPharm’s trade show presentation at this year’s Pharmapack in Paris. On 18 and 19 May, at Booth C46, the specialist in innovative Pharma-Labels will showcase its new Smart Blister Wallet, which is extendable from 32 to up to 64 cavities, among other solutions. The digital tool enables pharmaceutical manufacturers to track compliance of their clinical trial participants automatically and now also with clearly greater flexibility. In addition, Schreiner MediPharm will present proven products such as the Needle-Trap needle protection system. Due to their special materials and characteristics, these products can contribute to greater sustainability in the healthcare industry.

 


Products

Swiss-based CSEM has collaborated with matriq AG to develop an innovative marking technology for plastics called DynamicMold. Together, they manufactured a MEMS micro-heating system that applies data matrix codes directly onto plastic components during moulding.

 


Companies / Markets

Nanosys, Inc. (Silicon Valley, California) and Nanjing Bready Advanced Materials Technology Co., Ltd., recently announced mass production of the world’s first line of completely air-stable, barrier-free, laminated quantum dot film components xQDEF. These laminates deliver no-compromise quantum dot colour and brightness for displays in a new, lower-cost package, expanding the market for quantum dot displays. Tier-one consumer electronics brands including Hisense, TCL and Vizio are expected to launch display products based on the new components in the second half of 2022.

 


Companies / Markets

TactoTek (Oulu, Finland), a global leader in developing and industrialising in-mould structural electronics (IMSE) technology, announces that its licensee, Nanogate (Fohnsdorf, Austria), a leading global specialist for design-oriented high-tech surfaces and components, is ready to mass produce IMSE parts. Nanogate recently completed the IMSE Builder technology transfer and has verified IMSE manufacturing capabilities.

 


Appointments

Isorg (Limoges, France), a pioneer in organic photo detectors (OPDs) and large-area image sensors, has announced the appointment of Dieter May as CEO; to transform the company from an SME into a major corporation. He takes over from Isorg founder JeanYves Gomez, who has successfully led Isorg’s technological and industrial development since its creation in 2010. Gomez will now devote his time to driving future generations of technology as chief innovation officer.