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Identiv, Inc. (Fremont, California) has developed a new body temperature measurement patch. The near field communication (NFC)-enabled transponder supports the reopening of public spaces, including theme parks and stadiums, and helps operators keep attendees and employees comfortable, confident, and safe. The product also supports global governments and healthcare workers that need to periodically monitor quarantined patients diagnosed with COVID-19. The new solution combines the simplicity of using NFC and the smart technology potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), making body temperature monitoring easier than ever.


The display company Innolux (Hsinchu, Taiwan) and E Ink (Billerica, Massachusetts), a leading innovator of electronic ink technology, announced their collaboration on large-sized ACeP (Advanced Colour ePaper ) panels. Innolux is E Ink’s first partner to work on the production and sales of large-sized ACeP. With this partnership, both parties will focus on expanding electronic paper (ePaper) products in IoT and smart city applications.

PassiveBolt’s Shepherd Lock with IMSE technology (photo: TactoTek)

Recently, TactoTek (Oulu, Finland), a developer, industrialiser and licenser of in-mould structural electronics (IMSE) technology for smart surface solutions, announced that it has closed €23M in Series C equity financing co-led by Nordic Option Oy and Valeado AB. Bryan, Garnier & Co acted as the exclusive advisor on the private placement that attracted investments from global investors, business and technology leaders including 3M Ventures, Cornes Technologies Limited and Repsol Energy Ventures.

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