Heidi Dohse served as one of the panelists for the inaugural Women in Tech Forum at SID Display Week. DTI (Disruptive Technology Innovations) Holdings Inc., is pioneering graphene-enabled scientific application and technology innovation development. DTI has developed and is commercializing life-enhancing products enabling global healthcare delivery, clean transportation and energy, and sustainable food and water production. As the EVP of DTI Health, Heidi Dohse is leading DTI’s Health and Life Sciences implementation strategy to deliver accessible and affordable healthcare globally. Prior to DTI, Heidi Dohse was a Senior Program Manager in charge of the Google Platform Cloud at Google. Her expertise in wearable devices and applications is part of a personal, lifelong quest as heart patient to overcome heart disease. She has served as a product developer, technologist and consultant for leading medical device companies and has helped develop emergency services applications and software. Ms. Dohse holds an Executive Degree from Harvard Medical School, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in art. She is also the founder of Tour de Heart, a virtual charity ride that provides hope and inspiration to heart patients and caregivers. You can watch my previous videos with Heidi Dhose here, here and here.
Candice Brown Elliott is the Founder and CEO of Nouvoyance Inc., and an internationally recognized leader, entrepreneur, executive, and technologist/inventor in the flat panel display and microelectronic industries with more than 100 U.S. patents. Her 40-year professional career includes key engineering and managerial posts in leading semiconductor firms as well as start-up ventures; and she has founded several technology companies and led industry research consortia programs. She was awarded the Otto Schade Prize in 2014 for her work in developing PenTile subpixel rendering technology for high-resolution color displays. She is also a prolific writer. Ms. Elliott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics and Psychology from the University of the State of New York. Filmed at the SID Display Week.
Laura Rea is a senior Technology Program Manager for the United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Soft Matter Materials Branch. Her current area of responsibility includes development of materials and processes for sensors and components suitable for use in human performance monitoring, supporting enhanced autonomy in military systems. She has been a military technologist for more than 30 years, including a one year detail as a staff member in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Director of Defense Research and Engineering. She holds Master’s degree in materials science as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in materials engineering. Filmed at the SID Display Week.
Interview with Dr. Zang, CEO of Visionox which specializes in OLED research and development, sales and marketing. Filmed at SID Display Week.
Latest projects and products at faytech booth at Computex, presented by Serena, Andy and Johanna of faytech. Including the 11.6” Butterfly MX device, one of their projects that focuses on residence management using an app, they have made a video about it working well outdoors in the rain, their 42” Capacitive Touch PC embedded in a mirror designed for retail applications, such as shopping malls, shops, restaurants etc. Right after that, the 84” 4K Capacitive Touch Monitor with optical bonding. Then Serena shows several standard products which earn the reputation for faytech. As well as one of major improvements in this year- capacitive touch panel which is compatible with glove and stylus. At last, Johanna shows me their successful project applied to the Indian public transportation system.
You can find more information about some of the devices showed in the video here:
(0:40) The Butterfly MX and other projects
(2:20) 84” 4K Capacitive Touch Monitor (Optically bonded) and on YouTube
(3:30) 15” IP65 Touch Monitor (used at car wash channel in the US)
(5:06) 10” Resistive touch PC
(8:24) 21.5” Capacitive Touch PC (with stylus and glove) and on YouTube
VTree is Creating Smart Cities building a solar future based on three powerful concepts: solar energy, internet and great design. Focused on solar powered, Smart Street Furniture, VTREE has bases in Sao Paulo, Bucharest and Lisbon and was born of online collaboration within this triangle. Their flagship product, the Fractal VTREE aims to activate brands and public initiatives through a tree-shaped solar powered meeting point with wi-fi, charging station for scooters and mobile phones and touch screen interaction. The tree is also capable of tracking human behaviour within a 250m radius of any network point, produce heatmaps and other data analysis whilst allows clients to engage with users in real time in many different ways. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show!
PrintoCent Innovation Center commercializes the research results of Printed Intelligence and Optical Measurements. Application focus areas in PrintoCent range from rapid disposable diagnostics, smart flexible lighting and wearables to Internet-of-Things with sensors and energy harvesting. With the multitude of possibilities there are great opportunities to new type of products and to disrupt existing value chains in all industries. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show!
Cynoware is a producer of Android ARM Powered point of sale and cash register devices. By using Android on cost effective ARM systems they are able to offer cloud integration features which offers value for stores and businesses that use point of sale. Cynoware offers many sizes and form factors from 9.7", 10.1", 14" as well as a dual screen system.
After the previous videos that I recently filmed with Onyx showing their 1-month battery life E Ink ARM Powered laptop and their new upcoming amazing e-readers which you can see here. At Computex 2017, Onyx demonstrates some of their software features to come with their next generations of large E Ink display notepad reader devices, to come with new faster ARM chipsets (maybe the same new 64bit quad-core Marvell IAP140 ARM Processor which is also in the amazing new Sony DPT-RP1, I'm just guessing). Here their software for example can move and reduce the size of handwritten notes to fit more onto a page and nicely put it on lines for note taking. Onyx is aiming to bring their next generation amazing 10.3", 13.3" and 9.7" devices with also their new software. Onyx is trying to bring in some big educational customers trying to optimize the hardware and software of large E Ink notepads for the education market.
ITRI is the Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan which is one of the world’s leading technology R&D institutions aiming to innovate a better future for society. ITRI shows their solution for controlling Flexible OLED lighting. OLED Lighting offers more natural and more vibrant lighting than conventional lighting. ITRI also shows their sensors which are for example used in shoe pads which generate electricity. ITRI's Intelligent Vision Robot plays chess seeing all the chess pieces on the board and moving them around. I play a quick game of chess against the robot which sadly I had to concede to the Chess Playing Robot Turk because I didn't have enough battery in my camera (I think).