Innoscentia adopts Ynvisible displays for dynamic food labels

Swedish dynamic sensor label developer Innoscentia has chosen to adopt Ynvisible's Electrochromics displays for its dynamic expiry date labels on food packages.

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The new labels combine the displays and real-time quality monitoring sensors to detect spoiled food in time, even before the expiry date, and thus create a more sustainable food value chain.

EIH expects Q4 2020 to be another strong quarter

E Ink Holdings says that it expects revenues in Q4 2020 to be somewhat stronger than its revenues in Q3 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase demand for e-readers, e-notebooks and electronic shelf labels.

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EIH's Chairman Johnson Lee says that the company expects next year to be strong as well, and the company increased its capacity expansion plans for 2021 as it needs to be ready for stronger demand in the future.

Next:urban technologies deploys a new solar-powered E Ink transport system display project in Gdynia

Next:urban technologies, in cooperation with Operibus, deployed a new E Ink signage display project in the City of Gdynia, Poland. This is a bus transport system that shows real time departure, schedule plans and passenger information.

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The displays used in this project are 13.3" 1600x1200 E Ink panels. These displays operate in a wide temperature range (-30 to 70, C) and include a heating system for colder days. The whole system is powered by solar panels that are placed on the top of the bus stations.

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