Smithers Apex, formerly known as IntertechPira, is a global business that provides events, market research, publications and strategic and technical consulting to an expanding list of niche, emerging and high growth industries, including home and personal care; lighting, imaging and displays; plastic electronics and alternative energy.
Solas is a leading owner and licensor of technology focused on the OLED market. From the smallest OLED watch to the largest OLED TV, Solas’ intellectual property is fundamental to the design, circuitry and manufacturing of OLED displays, now and many years into the future.
Solas has assembled one of the most comprehensive OLED portfolios in the world, providing new entrants to the OLED market the freedom to operate and gives existing companies the ability to defend their market positions.
Netherlands-based Simbeyond B.V. develops simulation software for the OLED industry. The company's Bumblebee software is a simulation tool that allows to simulate the OLEDs device performance in all 3D dimensions.
Bumblebee simulates and predicts electrical characteristics, efficiency (roll-off), color point & stability as well as device life time of OLED stacks.
US-based Vkansee developed an OLED image sensing system, called MAPIS (MAtrix Pinhole Image Sensing), that supports high-performance in-display fingerprint scanning for OLED smartphones and other applications.
INT Tech, established in 2016 in Taiwan, developed advanced technologies for the display industry. INT Tech is a public company that went public in Taiwan at the end of 2018.
INT is developing an ultra-high pixel density OLED display (UHPD) and truly-flexible sensor (SPIC) technologies.
The National Centre for Flexible Electronics (FlexE) was established in 2014 at the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur. The centre aims to bring together Indian academia, industry and public research organizations for research and development of large area flexible electronics.
The FlexE center develops OLED lighting and OLED signage applications and is collaborating with industrial partners in both fields. The center explores evaporation, printing and hybrid processing for OLED production.
Japan-based Semiconductor Energy Laboratory (SEL) is an R&D IP company founded in 1980. SEL perform R&D in several areas, including transistors and semiconductor devices, materials and devices for OLEDs, LCDs and batteries, display devices and more.
Win Coat, based in Taiwan, is focused on precision coating technologies. The company offers services to companies that want to develop coated products - from pilot lines to mass production.
The company is developing technologies for OLED lighting coating processes.