Companies / Markets

Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver, Canada) has entered into a collaboration with NxtGen Nano, Inc. (NXN) to expand the range of colours for electrochromic inks. The parties engage to bring NXN’s electrochromic polymer (ECP) technology into global product platforms by utilising Ynvisible’s electrochromic systems, and its comprehensive portfolio of design and manufacturing services. In turn Ynvisible will utilise NXN’s ECP technology to expand its portfolio of electrochromic inks for printed interactive graphics.

 


Companies / Markets

From automotive to healthcare and everything in between: Companies and institutes from all around the globe submitted their latest products and demonstrators in the area of organic and printed electronics to the OE-A Competition 2020. Annually organised by OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), a working group within VDMA, this competition challenges the printed electronics industry.

 


Products

E Ink Holdings (Billerica, Massachusetts), an innovator of electronic ink technology, recently announced a digital paper device loaner programme for Smart Hospitals.

 
Sensirion has increased production during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic (photo: Sensirion)


Companies / Markets

Sensirion (Staefa, Switzerland), a leader for environmental and flow sensors, is ready to face the challenge posed by the current economic situation. The need for ventilators is on the rise across the globe. These are systems for which Sensirion provides the sensors. The company’s employees are following strict hygiene and safety measures and doing all they can to meet the increased demand for life-saving sensors.

 
The coronavirus epidemic has a significant impact on the industry (photo: @padrinan – pixabay.com)


Companies / Markets

Nanogate SE (Göttelborn, Germany), a leading global technology company for design-oriented, multifunctional components and surfaces, is expecting the coronavirus pandemic to have significant negative effects on sales, earnings and liquidity in the 2020 fiscal year. To ensure the continued existence of the group, Nanogate is applying for financial aid from the promotional bank KfW and is planning considerable cost cutting, including government-subsidised short-time work.