Ynvisible signs a license agreement with Sweden's RISE institutes, to expand its product offering

Electrochromics display developer Ynvisible announced that it has entered into a non-exclusive licensing agreement with Sweden's RISE research institutes. Ynvisible will have access to RISE's printed electrochromic displays IP which will enable Ynvisible to complement and expand its product offering.

Ynvisible aims to adopt RISE's technology into its high-volume production capability in Sweden. The new technologies will enable Ynvisible to offer displays that directly compete traditional segmented displays such as LCDs.

Ynvisible recently raised $1 million and acquired electrochromic display developer rdot. The company also announced partnerships with Evonik and NXN as it is building its position as a leading commercial supplier of low-power high volume producible printed electrochromic display solutions for everyday smart objects and Internet-of-Things applications.

Example use-case for printed electrochromics, Ynvisible

Posted: Jun 24,2020 by Ron Mertens