Wearable temperature tag combines NFC, intelligent temperature sensor and printed batteries.
David Savastano, Editor07.08.20
Taking on COVID-19 is a global task, with technologies being developed and re-imagined. In China, the government emphasized the constant temperature monitoring of its citizens. That requires a new approach, and Enfucell OY has proved itself up to the challenge.
Founded in 2002, Enfucell is headquartered in Vantaa, Finland, where it also has test production facilities and support functions. The company began as a spin-off from Helsinki University of Technology (HUT), and active operations commenced in 2005. At the beginning of 2018, Jiangsu Enfucell Flexible Electronics Co., Ltd. acquired Enfucell Finland.
“This acquisition has resulted in the internationalization of Enfucell brand, the integration of operations, and the centralization of industrial resources,” noted Hongyan Ning, sales and marketing manager for Enfucell Oy.
The core technology of Enfucell is printed battery technology. Manufactured by screen printing, it’s
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