OED Technologies, a high-tech company based in Nansha district, Guangzhou and a world leader in the research, development and manufacture of e-paper displays, recently released some international standards for the industry.
As a new display technology, e-paper displays can greatly reduce the power consumption of a product while providing a comfortable reading experience. They are bendable, ultra-thin and impact-resistant. They have been widely used for e-readers, electronic price tags, electronic teaching materials, wearable products, smart home products, industrial instruments, dual-screen mobile phones and smart bus stop signs.
A photo of the electronic paper display product -- O-paper display, which is developed by OED Technologies. It has the appearance of ordinary ink on paper, as it reflects light like ordinary paper, but it is also highly readable, both indoors and in direct sunlight, and the image on it is clear, with no flicker. [Photo/Nanfang Plus]
Since 2010, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has designated OED Technologies, one of only two e-paper producers in the world, as China's representative for the formulation of industry standards for the IEC/TC110 board.
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is an international standards organization that publishes international standards for electronic technology. IEC standards cover a vast range of technologies related to power generation, transmission and distribution, home appliances, office equipment, semiconductors, fibre optics, batteries, solar energy, nanotechnology, marine energy and more.
An overview of the O-paper display module structure. [Photo/oedtech.com]
After a number of proposals and international discussions, the international standards for electronic paper [IEC/TC110 62679-2], led by OED Technologies, was finally approved by the IEC International Standards Committee last October and officially released.
Chinese hi-tech enterprises have expanded internationally and successfully led the development of international standards in the display field. This will not only help promote the development of e-paper display technology and the improvement of overall product quality in China, but also make international standards more compatible with China's industrial interests, boosting the country's industrial development and e-paper display industry.
An e-paper display is bendable, ultra-thin and impact-resistant. [Photo/Nanfang Plus]
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