E Ink, the creator and pioneer of ePaper technology, has announced a strategic alliance with SuperUs Systems to develop Electronic Paper Display (EPD)-based products in India . The government is encouraging digitization, digital literacy, and upgrading cities infrastructure .
SuperUs Systems, Mumbai (Maharashtra), September 23 (IMC): E Ink, the creator and pioneer of ePaper technology, has announced a strategic alliance with the organization to develop Electronic Paper Display (EPD)-based products in India.SuperUs Systems is all set to provide customers with the latest technology and innovations locally as well as globally thanks to this agreement.Smart devices that can be used effectively on low energy levels are a requirement.SuperUs Systems has tapped into this unmet need by designing products for Smart City, Bus Stops, Hospitals, Retail, Railways, and many more.The adoption of E Ink technology will only accelerate this trend.The government is encouraging digitization, digital literacy, and upgrading cities' infrastructure, which can be achieved by the use of these services and solutions.The most up-to-date technology and modern infrastructure are a boon to India's digital economy.The E Ink and SuperUs Systems alliance is a significant step forward toward a future for such electronic device manufacturing in India, which follows the governments digitization goals. With ePaper technology, a slew of product configurations can be imagined for a variety of use cases, whether for the government, businesses, or end users.It's a privilege for us to be early adopters of this innovative green display technology in India and introduce it to the local market.We're designing and manufacturing these devices locally, which will enable us to make them in the Indian context and price range, says Johnson Lee, CEO of E Ink.To achieve the RE100 by 2030 and Net Zero Carbon Emission by 2040, E Ink has committed to 100% renewable energy usage as a leader in green display products. E Ink and SuperUs will bring the benefits of low-power, low-carbon ePaper solutions to Smart City applications in India as a team.We continue to improve our ePaper technology and product design to achieve lower energy consumption and less paper consumption, thereby reducing carbon dioxide and electricity use for an environment friendly display for our customers.Business digitization is uneven.For example, there is a demand for ESL devices and EPD panels, but a problem has arisen in coping with this demand, which includes mainly imports and dependability on overseas exports and imports. IMC does not guarantee the accuracy of this report.It is possible for the device manufacturing and software development to be localized to give a cost advantage, but also extend reach.dout