At Nanomade, we strive to bring the Sense of Touch everywhere.
Thanks to our patented technology, we make any surface (rigid, curved, flexible) sensitive to touch, force, temperature and humidity.
We deliver to our customers' industrial solutions, from sensor arrays to processing middleware and applications.
We cater to various industries, among which mobile devices, wearables, automotive, IoT and Smart Buildings.
Our current offering includes 3D Touch transparent sensors for rigid and flexible displays, non-intrusive pulse waveform and breath rate monitoring solutions and Presence, passage, fall detection solutions for smart floors.
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14 Feb 2019

Transparent Conductive Films and Materials 2019-2029: Forecasts, Technologies, Players

IDTechEx Report: Raghu Das
4 Oct 2017

IDTechEx Announces Winners of Launchpad, New Technologies Initiative

IDTechEx Launchpad will showcase innovations from 10 start-up companies at the IDTechEx Show! held in Santa Clara, USA on November 15-16 2017. All winners will be showing a new working prototype or product, many for the first time.
16 Jul 2013

Gold conductive inks- where are the markets?

This article discusses opportunities for printable nano-gold inks. The conductivity of nano gold inks are similar or lower than most existing printable pastes and inks including the silver based ones. The lower conductivity translates into a larger volume for reaching the same conductivity level. Gold is also more expensive per kilogram than most other metals. This means that gold inks are both over-priced and underperforming, suggesting that they will locked out of most volume applications. The question will therefore be what attributes do gold inks offer that can create niche market segments, what these niche markets are likely to be and how large they will become. The article exactly addresses these questions.
21 Mar 2013

Displax Interactive Systems

26 Nov 2012


Nanomade are a company of 7 people based in Toulouse, France. They have developed nanoparticle-based inks used in force sensing. Technology analyst James Hayward interviewed their CEO Faouzy Soilihi.
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