Multi-Touch: touch detection with more than 10 contacts points
Pressure detection: intensity of multiple contacts without software tricks
Enhanced optical: Not using ITO grid as conventional touch an increase of the optical clarity is obtained
Rollable displays can have a robust touch screen
Non conventional surfaces can be easily sensorized
Not using ITO and thanks to the enhanced
the display can work with reduced power consumption
Low cost technology
The touch layer is rugged and can bear high pressure loads
Not susceptible to EM noise:
it's ideal for industrial and medical application
Compared to capacitive touch screens, SEMplus touch is thinner and lighter
Alessandro is a electronic engineer with expertise in analog design and got his PhD in robotics, working on touch sensors with innovative design and new materials. He loves building new products that can have a disruptive impact and the technological challenges. He is driven to turn a idea into a product. He is currently heading Semplus fundraising, strategy and hardware manufacturing.
Silvano is a cocktail between an Italian engineer and a German rocket scientist. After his PhD in robotics, he spent one year as Post-doc in Cambridge (UK) at DAMTP. His expertises are in electronics, biomedical images reconstruction and he is currently heading SEM+ research efforts, linking together hardware and software. Silvano aims to push the touch interfaces beyond the state of the art.
Randolph has more than 25 years of experience at both start-up and Fortune 500 companies at the executive level. In the past he was CEO at Natrix Separations. Earlier, Randolph was a Venture Partner at DE Shaw Venture Capital Group in Silicon Valley where he worked with Natrix Separations, Solaicx (NYSE:WFR), and Infinite Power Solutions. Previously, he was a vice president at E Ink Corporation and led the business and product development groups that introduced the first paper-like electronic display. Mr. Chan received his M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Stanford University and his B.S. in Chemistry from the University of California, Davis. He serves on the board of advisors of the materials science department at Stanford University’s School of Engineering and he is also a mentor at StartX, a community of the best start-up founders out of Stanford University.
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