ADT

ADT

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The advanced display technology (adt) group is a Swiss company group focused on the development and launch of the innovative ePaper display technology, called D³-Technology („Droplet-Driven-Display"). The D³-Technology allows to produce printing-like displays in various formats e.g. for small, medium and large scale applications.
Key features of the D³-Technology are: Lowest energy consumption / Real bi-stability / Printing-like optical display quality.
D³-Technology is a display technology using patented electrowetting principles and structures. Liquid coloured droplets are driven by this technology in pixel structures.
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2016
5 Aug 2016

Wearable Technology for Animals 2017-2027: Technologies, Markets, Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop, Raghu Das and Dr Nadia Tsao
2013
17 Apr 2013

Droplet Driven Display - The GREEN ePaper Display

ADT GmbH, Germany
11 Mar 2013

Display Trends: OLEDs, LCDs and E-Readers

LCD panel makers in Taiwan, Japan and Korea have been suffering. Despite the growing demand for LCDs the high number of panel makers and new competition from China has resulted in severe price competition, to the point that many panel makers are no longer profitable.
2011
10 Jun 2011

Kovio raises $15 million with lead investor Tyco Retail Solutions

Printed silicon electronics platform enables NFC solutions for retailers
2010
27 May 2010

"No Power" Electrowetting Display Technology

ADT, Germany, Germany
14 Apr 2010

D3 - Droplet Driven Displays

ADT GmbH, Germany, Germany
2009
21 Dec 2009

Race for color video e-readers

The e-reader is a killer application involving printed electronics. Despite costing more than an i-Pod, the Amazon Kindle achieved 500,000 unit sales in its first year of trading last year and now we are talking of millions. The i-Pod, an iconic success, only achieved 300,000 unit sales in its first year of trading.
4 Jun 2009

Progress with electrowetting displays

Electrowetting is a proven process, used for focus mechanisms in cameras and cellphones. As a display technology, it is gaining increased attraction due its excellent colour range, high contrast and versatile operation mode capability.
2006
13 Dec 2006

RFID in 2006: A story of extremes

As we enter 2007, many RFID suppliers are licking their wounds, while for others, RFID business is booming. As IDTechEx interview solution providers and users across the RFID industry for the new report RFID Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2007-2017 to be released in January, Raghu Das, CEO, summarizes some of the findings.
17 Nov 2006

Pallet and Case Tagging for Retailers: Q4 Review

Has the pallet/case market for RFID tags and other hardware become the nearest thing to a black hole in the RFID universe in 2006, thanks to reluctant mandated customers, technical problems and pricing for volumes that never came?
15 Nov 2006

Progress with Next Generation RFID Technology

RFID technology is moving on apace in some areas. Certainly EPC Gen2 tags have demonstrated spectacular performance improvements when tagging cases and pallets. However work is still needed.
12 Apr 2006

Extreme fragmentation of RFID supply

Extreme fragmentation of RFID supply is not what the users want, and IDTechEx believe that appropriate international acquisitions could gain massive competitive advantage.
2005
4 Oct 2005

RFID update from Tesco

Tesco has installed RFID readers in 13 stores and 1 distribution center (DC) to date.
6 May 2005

Smart Labels USA 2005

RFID from pallet to item level: How to manufacture, implement and use RFID Smart Labels
28 Jan 2005

Update on RFID developments at Tesco