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Invisense’s printed humidity sensor for construction (photo: Ynvisible)

Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (Vancouver, Canada) has announced a partnership with Invisense AB, a leader for passive humidity sensors. The agreement between the companies establishes Ynvisible as the preferred manufacturing partner for Invisense’s growing range of humidity sensor products.

Touchscreen sensor applied using the Kurz FFB process (photo: Leonhard Kurz)

Leonhard Kurz (Fürth, Germany) will be demonstrating the automated integration of touchscreen sensors into plastic parts. The sensors will be applied to a white goods control panel using Kurz’s patent pending FFB (Functional Foil Bonding) process. The process was presented for the first time at Fakuma 2018 and is now being adopted in series production applications. A semi-rotary variant of FFB will be displayed at the Kurz booth for the first time.

Telekom regional manager Dirk Reimold with Telekom’s IoT team as well as H+K CEO Ralf Krippner, Dr Martin Kemper (Helicom), Matthias Welzbacher, Frank Wahlandt, Jens Arend, Christian Hennig (H+K), Christian Bachschmid and Alex Jehs (ROBIOTIC) (photo: Hoff

Hoffmann + Krippner has been developing the product line of connected devices for three years. This division focuses on connected sensors, input systems and industrial electronics with cloud platforms and enterprise software. Mobile communication technology was set at an early stage as the path for data transmission – the LTE-M and NB-IoT energy-saving and data-saving options as well as LoRa (Long Range Wireless) and BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) options in addition to the 2G, 3G and LTE standards.

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