“Back in February of 2018, we disclosed signing a commercial contract with a world leading digital glass printing technology innovator and manufacturer. We are now ready to disclose that company as Dip-Tech, a Ferro subsidiary,” said PV Nano Cell CEO Dr. Fernando de la Vega.
“Today’s fast-changing automotive market is challenged by a large number of variants for every individual vehicle model and an increased number of electronic features integrated in the vehicle glazing, so manufacturers must contend with smaller batches and a wide variety of glass designs and requirements,” said Alon Lumbroso, manager Digital Glass at Ferro and managing director of Dip-Tech. “In light of this, digital conductive ink has numerous applications for automotive and transportation glass, including windshields for supplementary radio aerials, and rear-window defrost systems. We expect it will also provide value in other segments, including architecture glass.”