Ynvisible delivers electrochromic displays to a globally leading diagnostics company


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.

The client case demonstrates growing interest toward Ynvisible’s electrochromic displays as a visual indicator technology in the healthcare sector. With the strong trend in digitalisation of healthcare and the expanding market for point of care diagnostic meters and testing products, an increasing number of in-the-field and at home testing products incorporate electronic displays and visual indicators.

“We are excited about the opportunities for Ynvisible’s electrochromic displays as a replacement to low end LCD displays, LED indicator lights, and other electronic indicators,” Jani-Mikael Kuusisto, CEO, commented. “The healthcare sector has a growing number of applications where the diagnostic tests are intended for single use. In response to customer requests, we’ve developed our one time activated electrochromic displays as an easy to use, ultra-low power, and sustainable electronic indicator solution for disposable tests. The appearing image is easy to understand, requires no power after activation, cannot be erased, and product wrongly reused.”

Ynvisible is now offering its one time activated electrochromic displays to a range of end products. The healthcare and wellness sector is one of the company’s three primary business arenas. Other key business arenas include logistics & retail, and premium consumer products. The client name and contract details in this case are withheld due to reasons of client confidentiality. Next steps are pursued with the client.

Caption: Display solutions from Ynvisible (photo: Ynvisible)

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