Ynvisible's mission is to bring objects and surfaces to life, in an increasingly smart and connected world. As an alternative to power hungry and expensive displays in smart objects, we help brand owners in med-tech, cold chain, FMCG and retail develop and deploy IoT products that integrate our customizable, thin, flexible and ultra low-power printed electrochromic displays.
This year has been extraordinary for us all. The Ynvisible team persevered and achieved many of the milestones stated at the beginning of 2020. As well, Ynvisible's staff and their families are safe and healthy. We are now looking forward to 2021, and we wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Felix Karlsson, Business Developer at Ynvisible, was invited to give a presentation at the 27th International Display Workshops with the title "Printed Electrochromic Displays – Superior to Reflective Segmented LCDs?" - December, 9-11, 2020 Virtual Conference
Our 5th session of the “Making Things Alive with Printed Electronics” webinar series will be focused on investors. Ynvisible CEO, Jani-Mikael Kuusisto plus other management team members and members of the Board will discuss more about recent news and other information we’ve made public, and answer questions from our investor community.
Printed electronics is rapidly emerging as a key enabler for bringing everyday objects and surfaces to life. Printed electronic and hybrid systems offer many advantages to industrial design providing energy-efficient devices on film that enable a whole new class of mass-producible smart products.The 4th webinar in the “Making Things Alive with Printed Electronics” series looks at the basic elements of printed and hybrid electronic systems, a revolutionary printed powering solution in combination with ultra-low power printed displays, and how these scale to high volume printing.
Printed electronics is rapidly emerging as a key enabler for bringing everyday objects and surfaces to life. Product developers and designers - and anyone else who wants to get their hands on printed electronics technologies - the 3rd webinar in the “Making Things Alive” series is specifically for you. Learn more about the potential impacts of printed electronics and how you can start with your own design and prototyping. With speakers fromMaterial Connexion, Electroninks, and Ynvisible in this session you’ll see what services, tools and kits are already available for you and the routes to industrial-scale manufacture.
RFID technology yields much more than just straight automated identification. It is also a versatile technology platform for a variety of different sensing needs, e.g. for cold chain monitoring. Join us in learning about this value-adding RFID market, solutions spearheaded by Identiv, and how it ties with unique electrochromic display technology from Ynvisible. The webinar will include talks from RFIDJournal, Identiv, and Ynvisible. The webinar begins with respected journalist Claire Swedberg, who is covering RFID and printing markets for leading industry magazines.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic several exciting industry conferences and seminars this spring have been cancelled. Ynvisible looks forward to attending these events in the future. To showcase recent developments we will host a webinar series “Making Things Alive with Printed Electronics” with some of our partners and other invited speakers.Our first webinar will focus on advances in designing and producing with printed electrochromics.
The 14th International Meeting on Electrochromism, brings together the most active researchers in academia and industry – professionals and students alike – to engage, discuss, and innovate in the area of color changing materials and devices.
We are pleased to advertise 15 Early-Stage Researcher (PhD) positions to begin in January 2020 as part of the Innovative Training Network of the European Commission CHARISMA “Entrepreneuring CHEMICAL IRREVERSIBILITY TO PROTOTYPE RESPONSIVE SMART LABELS”. The...