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Delivering truly flexible electronics
Delivering truly flexible electronics

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Our Strategy Director, Paul Cain, discuses some of the challenges and opportunities for OTFT technology in his latest blog post.

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In our latest blog post, we explore consumer electronics trends and how new devices can benefit from conformable, glass-free displays. http://www.flexenable.com/blog/the-evolution-of-consumer-electronics-autonomous-vehicles-and-digital-assistants/

We are delighted to announce that we have collaborated with Yanfeng Automotive Interiors (YFAI) to create an Invisible A-pillar concept for their XiM17 autonomous vehicle interior concept. http://www.flexenable.com/newsroom/flexenable-provides-conformable-plastic-lcds-for-yanfeng-automotive-interiors-xim17/

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Just over a month ago we exhibited at Trustech in Cannes where we showcased FlexEnable’s 500 dpi flexible fingerprint sensors. In this interview Rouzet Agaiby explains more about our technology and its versatile applications: http://www.fintech.finance/event-videos/fintech-tv/trustech-2016-rouzet-agaiby-flexenable/

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Our team will be demonstrating a 12.1” glass-free, conformable organic LCD (OLCD) for the first time at CES (5-8 January 2017) during the "Printed Electronics Applied in Automotive" session on 6 January 2017 in LVCC, North Hall, N264. If you want to schedule an appointment to view the demo, please send an email to info[at]flexenable.com.
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We are excited to announce that we have developed a 12.1” glass-free, conformable organic liquid crystal display (OLCD) marking an important milestone in the commersialisation of large area flexible displays. 

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It's been a year of developments in our Cambridge labs, from wrist-worn organic LCD devices to fingerprint and vein sensors on plastic

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We’re celebrating success as we were named the winner of the Emerging Technology Design Innovation Award by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). http://www.flexenable.com/newsroom/flexenable-triumphs-at-the-iet-innovation-awards/

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Smartcards are evolving from verifying the user’s identity with a pin code to offering secure verification by using the cardholder’s fingerprint. In this blog, Dr Rouzet Agaiby discusses the key challenges that need to be addressed to enable the use of fingerprint sensors in smartcards.

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Blog: Five flexible technologies that will bring greater design freedom
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