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Thinfilm Builds First Stand Alone Sensor System in Printed Electronics

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October 16, 2013
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Thin Film Electronics ASA (Thinfilm) (OSE: THIN.OL) announced today that it has successfully demonstrated its first fully functional, stand-alone Smart Sensor Label. The temperature-tracking label, designed for monitoring of perishable goods, demonstrates a complete closed system built from printed and organic electronics. The temperature monitoring market is predicted to reach over $3.2 billion USD by 2020. Growing at 9% annually, the market is driven by a glob


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