Partners Ready To Mass Produce Flexible Fingerprint Sensors

NEXT Biometrics Group ASA announces that it is now operational with the world’s first volume production line to mass produce production-ready flexible fingerprint sensors with its production partner Innolux in Taiwan. The company announced that NEXT and Innolux have worked extensively through 2016 and 2017 to achieve the target. The tools funded by NEXT for the production process have been successfully installed and operate according to specifications.  Innolux has qualified the materials and NEXT is collaborating with customers on smart card projects.

 

NEXT BIOMETRICS INC.

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