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Industry Leaders across the 3D Smart Surface Ecosystem to meet in Oulu, Finland, at TactoTek’s IMSE Days

Finnish In-Mold Structural Electronics (IMSE) pioneer TactoTek will host IMSE Days 4.0  with presenters from across the IMSE ecosystem from 5-7th October 2022. The keynotes will unfold how 3D smart surfaces built with IMSE technology can help to unleash design capabilities and differentiate in the marketplace.

Insights and Knowledge Sharing from Industry Leaders

“The demand for smart surfaces built with IMSE is constantly growing. Our technology is capable of making structural surfaces smart, thereby liberating designers and reducing complexity to improve environmental performance. During IMSE Days 4.0, we will have market leaders reporting about their experiences with IMSE and sharing their insights from different industries,” says Jussi Harvela, CEO at TactoTek. “Our past IMSE Days have proven that they are a very effective way for sharing knowledge and building relationships across our ecosystem, the foundation for successful future projects.”

Partners from across the IMSE Ecosystem

Conference participants span the IMSE ecosystem, including OEMs, brands and their suppliers, and representatives of the design systems, materials, and equipment solutions that successfully support IMSE design and mass production.

About TactoTek

TactoTek is the leading provider of Injection Molded Structural Electronics (IMSE®) solutions that integrate printed circuitry and electronic components into 3D injection molded smart surfaces. Leading IMSE use cases include human-machine interfaces (HMI), connectivity, and electronic styling features for automotive, smart homes, appliances, and other markets. IMSE outperforms conventional electronics manufacturing methods by reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions significantly. Benefiting from simulated design processes and reduced material use, IMSE Designed smart surfaces are considerably lighter in mass, leading to substantial lifetime GHG reductions. TactoTek develops and industrializes IMSE technology, creates mass production-ready IMSE prototypes, and licenses IMSE technology for 3rd party IMSE part design and global mass production.

TactoTek is funded by international leaders in finance and industry committed to advancing technology solutions that benefit consumers and the environment. TactoTek investors include Conor Venture Partners, 3M Ventures, Repsol Energy Ventures, Faurecia Ventures, Voima Ventures, Tesi, Nidoco AB, and Cornes.

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