The OPE journal Newsletter for August 2017 
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Kyulux and WiseChip collaborate to commercialise TADF and hyperfluorescence OLED product
Kyulux, Inc. (Fukuoka, Japan), a leader in next generation organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology, and WiseChip (Miaoli, Taiwan), a leading manufacturer of organic light emitting diode (OLED) products, recently announced that the two companies plan to release a commercial product utilizing 4th generation Hyperfluorescence OLED light emission technology. This will be the first commercial product using this new generation of organic compounds in a commercial display product.
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SmartLabel gets advanced digital product lifecycle management with EVRYTHNG
EVRYTHNG, the New York and London-based Internet of Things smart products platform, has announced its ability to support the SmartLabel transparency initiative, enabling consumer goods companies to easily participate in the programme, as well as to rapidly web-enable their products at scale and implement new digital applications across the product lifecycle.
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PI-SCALE announces Flexible OLED Design Competition 2017
The OLED Design Competition hosted by the European pilot line initiative PI-SCALE invites designer proposals for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) lighting and signage applications that highlight the special features of OLED technology: foldable, twistable, bendable, conformable, transparency, large area illumination.
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Truly and FlexEnable sign license agreement to bring low-cost, scalable flexible display production to China
FlexEnable (Cambridge, UK), a leader in the development and industrialisation of organic electronics for flexible displays and sensors, has signed a technology transfer and license agreement with Truly Semiconductors (Guangdong, China), one of the leading display makers in China. The deal aims to bring FlexEnable’s flexible organic liquid crystal display (OLCD) technology into mass production on Truly’s lines within 2018.
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The University of Texas at San Antonio acquires CERADOP’s hybrid 3D digital deposition platform
CERADROP (Limoges, France), a MGI Group company which designs and markets materials deposition digital printers exclusively for printed electronics and smart 3D printing, has announced that the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) will strengthen its multifunctional electronic materials and devices research with the acquisition of a CERADROP Hybrid 3D Digital Deposition platform.
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TOPPAN FORMS establishes technology for forming 4µm wide printed wires
The digital hybrid company TOPPAN FORMS Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) has developed a technology for forming printed micro wires, which enables a wire width of 4μm that is almost invisible to the naked eye. The company has established this technology by combining a conductive ink for micro wiring (silver salt ink) and a corresponding printing process technology. The new technology can be used for transparent electrodes for touch sensor panels, wearable sensors, sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT), and similar devices.
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