Novasentis, Inc

Novasentis, Inc

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Novasentis Electro-Mechanical Polymer based actuators are thin, light, flexible and provides a wide range of haptic feedback that are mild, pleasing and distinguishable from one another thereby providing a wide range of feedback. Novasentis has over a decade of experience with the technology that is protected by an impressive array of patents. More information on Novasentis is available at External Link.
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18 Dec 2020


IDTechEx caught up with Francois Jeanneau, CEO of Novasentis. They are ramping up to another product launch following acquisition from Kemet in 2019.
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Novasentis, Inc

Novasentis have developed polymeric haptic actuators and are targeting potential applications in consumer electronics. This profile update follows IDTechEx's latest interview with CEO Francois Jeanneau.
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