The Rdot Display can be integrated together with virtually any printed or non-printed sensor.
Commons sensors to combine with the printed segmented display are temperature sensors, humidity sensors, proximity sensors, fingerprint sensors, or other touch sensors.
The environmentally friendliness, readability and bendability are some of the features making the Rdot display well suited for medical products including inhalers, fever thermometers, disposable medical technology devices, and smart tags.
The market for disposable products requires ultra-low cost solutions. The Rdot display is extremely low-cost and the manufacturing process can be integrated at our customers' site. The display can be combined with other printed components such as batteries, sensors, and logic for a full system solution.
Electronics are no longer flat and wired. A flexible and ultra-low power display with multiple color options opens up for new form factors and design opportunities.
Instead of using the old fashion segmented LCD displays we offer a more energy efficient and optically appealing alternative.
The market for various smart cards is booming.
The ultra-thin and bendable display can be used for dynamic CVV/CVC codes and other sensor readouts.
The low-cost Rdot display is the most energy efficient display on the market and has no viewing angle dependency, unlike the commonly used reflective LCDs.
The energy in one single coin cell can power a small Rdot display for more than 100 years, making it the perfect choice for electronic shelf labels.
Unlike other display technologies, the Rdot display has a very natural appearance. Designers and architects are using the Rdot display to create new environments such as color changing surfaces and dynamic artworks.