Ynvisible & SpotSee announce launch of new TempSafe Electrocard temperature display solution

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Ynvisible Interactive Inc.) (“Company” or “Invisible”) (TSX-V: YNV, FSE: 1XNA, OTCQB: YNVYF) announces its first commercial delivery of a new temperature display solution to the market with SpotSee, a global leader in tracking shock, vibration and temperature through low-cost , related solutions.

Working with SpotSee, Ynvisible has tailored, labeled, calibrated a label with low-temperature temperature indication for cold chain and temperature-controlled shipping and storage of goods such as blood bags, premium food, biomaterials and medicines. Ynvisible produces the electrochrome display in large quantities and delivers a display driving protocol, while supporting the integration of the display into the final smart label. Ynvisible screens allow users to see the indication with the naked eye.

“With TempSafe Electrocard, we are now expanding our range by offering an electronic smart temperature label, a fully customizable time / temperature indicator solution that can reach sub-zero temperatures, as well as a visual display of upper and lower thresholds with Ynvisible´ with electrochrome displays. “says Tony Fonk, CEO of SpotSee.

“Design, prototyping, print electronics manufacturing and Ynvisible technology transfer services are making our customers market speed,” continues Tommy Hoglund, vice president of sales and marketing for Ynvisible.

“We are honored to work with industry experts to design, manufacture and market smart label solutions that include ynvisible elektro printed electrochrome displays. TempSafe Electrocard are the first temperature indicators to include Ynvisible’s low-power printed electrochrome display, “says Michael Robinson, CEO of Ynvisible.

“Ynvisible is now increasingly focused on smart label markets. We have proven our ability to produce hundreds of thousands of electrochrome screens in a roll-to-roll format. This format facilitates scalable integration into smart labels. We can print in tens of millions of units per year. Our customers ’solutions will benefit from our knowledge of electrochrome displays and manufacturing capacity.” Mr. Robinson continues.

More information and pre-orders: https://www.ynvisible.com/tempsafe

In addition to launching the TempSafe Electrocard, SpotSee and Ynvisible are also working together on next-generation capabilities for temperature sensitivity and display in smart labels. Both companies are partners in the CHARISMA project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 program Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. The project, coordinated by the Institute of Organic Chemistry, University of Vienna (Austria), also includes Universida de Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), University of Tampere (Finland), as well as other partner companies Science Made Simple, Packdesign ID Oy and Trelic Oy.


SpotSee is an ISP provider that allows customers to spot damage in their work and see it in real time. SpotSee’s mission is to help customers deter, detect, and diagnose changing conditions and deliver that information to customers at their fingertips from anywhere in the world. SpotSee devices monitor shock, vibration, temperature and other environmental conditions through market-leading brands such as ShockWatch®, ShockLog®, SpotBot®, OpsWatch, WarmMark®, Thermax®, TempSafe®, TMC Hallcrest and LCR Hallcrest. The company has a global network of over 1,800 sales and technical service partners in 62 countries. SpotSee is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and operates in Brazil, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, China, Mexico, Illinois and Texas. For more information, visit www.spotsee.io


Ynvisible wants to be a leading company in the new printed and flexible electronics sector. Given the costs and benefits of energy consumption over conventional electronics, printed electronics is a key driver of mass adoption of the Internet of Things (“IoT”) and smart objects. Ynvisible has experience, knowledge and intellectual property in electrochrome materials, colors and systems. Ynvisible’s interactive graphics solutions address the need for ultra-low power, mass deployment, and simple electronic displays and indicators for everyday smart objects, IoT devices, and ambient intelligence (intelligent surfaces). Ynvisible offers a combination of services, materials and technology to brand owners who develop smart facilities and IoT products. Additional information about Ynvisible is available at www.ynvisible.com


“Michael Robinson,” CEO, Ynvisible Interactive Inc.

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