IMSE solution for automotive OEM requirements
TactoTek and Marquardt have announced that the companies are developing an IMSE solution (injection molded structural electronics) for a leading automotive OEM in their first collaboration project. The pre-development project is for a specific vehicle family and includes full automotive validation of the IMSE parts.
Smart surface innovations support design differentiation
TactoTek and fischer automotive have announced that they have collaborated on a smart surface technology demonstrator to show examples of design innovation that fulfil market demands for integrating styling, electronic functions and manufacturability of smart surfaces at commercial scale.
Designing IMSE parts for automotive OEMs globally
TactoTek and LS Automotive Technologies (LSAT) announced that LSAT has licensed design and manufacturing rights for TactoTek injection molded structural electronics (IMSE) technology. The agreement includes rights to use TactoTek proprietary intellectual property and technology transfer that enables LSAT to design and manufacture IMSE parts in Korea and globally.
In-mold electronics specialists converge for IMSE days 2.0
Injection molded structural electronics (IMSE) technology specialist, TactoTek, with support from Platinum sponsor MacDermid Performance Solutions, Silver sponsors, Altium and Niebling, and presenters from across the in-mold electronics ecosystem will convene the IMSE Days 2.0 conference on June 5th, 2019 in Oulu, Finland.
Partnership for injection molded structural electronics
An agreement has been signed by BÖ-LA and TactoTek, for BÖ-LA to market and sell injection molded structural electronics (IMSE) solutions. This partnership brings together the companies in order to advance the market for integrating electronic functionality within molded plastics.
Partnership to develop smart surfaces for automotive brands
Geely Design, CEVT and TactoTek jointly announced that they have initiated projects to develop smart surfaces for multiple automotive brands owned by CEVT’s parent company, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group. The current interiors project is the first of several anticipated by the framework agreement between the companies.
Agreement to design IMSE solutions for automotive customers signed
TactoTek has announced that Faurecia has signed a licensing agreement to design and manufacture IMSE solutions for its automotive customers.
Expanding American market presence with business development
Developer of injection molded structural electronics solutions, TactoTek, has announced the opening of sales and business development operations in Mexico with representatives in Monterrey and San Luis Potosí, Mexico. These are hotbeds of electronics design and manufacturing for global market leaders in automotive, home appliances, medical equipment and other markets.